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Lionel Messi firedBarca into the last eight with a brilliant individual performance against Napoli in the previous round, and the Argentine will have to be at his best once more against a Bayern side who looked imperious in racking up a 7-1 aggregate scoreline against Chelsea.
The only major absentee for the Catalans is centre-back Samuel Umtiti, but otherwise Quique Setien has practically all his players available including Ousmane Dembele who could feature for the first time since November 2019.
Bayern are without full-back Benjamin Pavard, while Alphonso Davies is a doubt.
It is rare to see Barcelona as such outsiders for a big European game, but this season the Blaugrana have been far from the best.
Setien's side let a two point lead over Real Madridslip when the Liga season restarted, finishing five points behind their eternal rivals and there has been an over-reliance on the brilliance of Messi.
Barca have struggled to find a way through in many matches while also looking defensively unstable, keeping just three clean sheets in their last eight games.
The Catalan defence could struggle once more against a Bayern side who have been rampant in Europe this term, racking up 31 goals in eight games -13 of which have been scored by the superb Robert Lewandowski.
There is also an interesting special market which offers odds of 9/10 (1.90) on Lewandowski having over 1.5 shots on target, and would have paid out in seven of Bayern's eight Champions League games this season.
Odds correct at the time of writing. Please gamble responsibly.