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Barcelona vs Bayern Munich: Watch Match Preview, Highlights and Betting Tips.

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The second round of UEFA champions league games come off today. It promises to be an exciting experience with revating and pulsating actions to come forth. There are also some mouth watering encounters too.

The likes of Bayern Munich will host FC Barcelona , Liverpool will host Ajax Amsterdam Tottenham Hotspurs, Olympic Marseille , Club Brugge are all in action. For the build up and team news of arguably the outstanding encounter of the match day, FC Barcelona vs Bayern Munich, Barcelona have a fully fit squad with only Sergi Roberto carrying a knock.

Reports has it that he will be assessed to explore his chances of playing. Bayern Munich on the other hand are without French International, Kingsley Coman so Serge Gnabry is the obvious choice to replace the pacy attacker in the starting lineup

Also Bonou Sarr won't be able to play due to injury concerns. Interestingly, Both teams are unbeaten in their last six matches. Barcelona have drawn once within that time but Bayern Munich have drawn thrice with their latest draw coming against Stuttgart. Bayern Munich have won their last five encounters with FC Barcelona with their most notable win coming in 2020.

An 8-2 drabbing of the Blaugrana being one of the lowest ebbs in the history of the Spanish side. However, it promises to be a completely different ball game this time around as Barcelona's revamped team will pose greater threats this time around.

It promises to be a game where both teams are going to be very cautious and wary of each other's threats. Both teams have some very good and pacy attackers that can be very effective on the counter attack.

So we predict a 1-1 draw game. For more analysis and highlights please click on the video above.

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