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FC Barcelona Vs Slavia Prague | 2 November UCL Preview
FC Barcelona vs Slavia Prague UEFA Champions League Group Stage: Matchday 4 Date: Tuesday, November 5 Venue: Camp Nou, Barcelona Referee: Michael Oliver Good Evening to all Scorum readers! Welcome to the review of the UEFA Champions League matchday 4 between Barcelona vs Slavia Prague, at Camp Nou. The anthem of the Champions League will sound again at Camp Nou on the 4th day of the European competition. Source The Catalans receive Slavia from Prague after the disastrous defeat last Saturday against Levante and with the confirmed injury of Luis Suarez. Both teams have only met once and it was two weeks ago, on the 3rd day of the group stage of the current Champions League edition. The Catalans were able to prevail 1-2 on the scoreboard, although not with a colorful and attractive game. Ter Stegen, the German goalkeeper was the clear protagonist of the victory at Eden Arena against Slavia in Prague. Solvency and concentration under sticks that allowed the Catalans to return home without major damage. The Catalans hope to bounce back to regain their pride in front of their home fans. Source The visitors had a strong victory before traveling to Camp Nou. Last Saturday, Trpisovsky's men managed to impose themselves with solvency on Baník on the 15th day of the domestic championship. The match which ended in a 4-0 scoreline reflected the power in the attack of the Czechs, who will try to balance up themselves at the Camp Nou. Referee The designated referee for Barcelona vs Slavia from Prague is Michael Oliver Oliver from the United Kingdom. It will be the second time he meets Barcelona, ​​since he was already in charge of the duel against Borussia Moenchendglädbach (4-0) in the 2016/17 season. Undisputed Leaders The LaLiga leaders in addition, also reign in Group F of the Champions League with two wins (Inter and Slavia) and one draw (Borussia Dortmund). The Slavia of Prague is also the leader of the Czech Football League with 41 points in 15 days, also getting enough advantage against Viktoria Plzen, who is second with 29. In the Champions League they have only been able to score one point against Inter Milan, so they occupy the last place of Group F. Coaches Got This To Say. Valverde predicts a good run as he had this to say: "We started badly away from home, we redirected it with three victories and now we have lost again. We want to return to those victories away from home before the hit against Levante" The Slavia Coach Trpisovsky had some words of encouragement for his men as he said "Maybe we play with fire but we are willing to risk as we did in the first game at home" Team List FC Barcelona Ter Stegen, Semedo, Piqué, Rakitic, Sergio Busquets, Messi, Dembélé, Neto, Lenglet, Griezmann, Jordi Alba, Aleñá, Sergi Roberto, De Jong, Arturo Vidal, Umtiti, Carles Pérez and Ansu Fati. Slavia Prague Kolár, Kovár, Markovic, Boril, Kúdela, Coufal, Takács, Frydrych, Zelený, Holes, Husbauer, Soucek, Masopust, Stanciu, Sevcik, Olayinka, Traoré, Provod, Júsuf, Skoda, Tecl and Van Buren. Prediction Barcelona 3-1 Slavia Prague Both half win. Thanks For Staying Tuned
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FC Barcelona Vs Slavia Prague | 2 November UCL Preview
FC Barcelona vs Slavia Prague UEFA Champions League Group Stage: Matchday 4 Date: Tuesday, November 5 Venue: Camp Nou, Barcelona Referee: Michael Oliver Good Evening to all Scorum readers! Welcome to the review of the UEFA Champions League matchday 4 between Barcelona vs Slavia Prague, at Camp Nou. The anthem of the Champions League will sound again at Camp Nou on the 4th day of the European competition. Source The Catalans receive Slavia from Prague after the disastrous defeat last Saturday against Levante and with the confirmed injury of Luis Suarez. Both teams have only met once and it was two weeks ago, on the 3rd day of the group stage of the current Champions League edition. The Catalans were able to prevail 1-2 on the scoreboard, although not with a colorful and attractive game. Ter Stegen, the German goalkeeper was the clear protagonist of the victory at Eden Arena against Slavia in Prague. Solvency and concentration under sticks that allowed the Catalans to return home without major damage. The Catalans hope to bounce back to regain their pride in front of their home fans. Source The visitors had a strong victory before traveling to Camp Nou. Last Saturday, Trpisovsky's men managed to impose themselves with solvency on Baník on the 15th day of the domestic championship. The match which ended in a 4-0 scoreline reflected the power in the attack of the Czechs, who will try to balance up themselves at the Camp Nou. Referee The designated referee for Barcelona vs Slavia from Prague is Michael Oliver Oliver from the United Kingdom. It will be the second time he meets Barcelona, ​​since he was already in charge of the duel against Borussia Moenchendglädbach (4-0) in the 2016/17 season. Undisputed Leaders The LaLiga leaders in addition, also reign in Group F of the Champions League with two wins (Inter and Slavia) and one draw (Borussia Dortmund). The Slavia of Prague is also the leader of the Czech Football League with 41 points in 15 days, also getting enough advantage against Viktoria Plzen, who is second with 29. In the Champions League they have only been able to score one point against Inter Milan, so they occupy the last place of Group F. Coaches Got This To Say. Valverde predicts a good run as he had this to say: "We started badly away from home, we redirected it with three victories and now we have lost again. We want to return to those victories away from home before the hit against Levante" The Slavia Coach Trpisovsky had some words of encouragement for his men as he said "Maybe we play with fire but we are willing to risk as we did in the first game at home" Team List FC Barcelona Ter Stegen, Semedo, Piqué, Rakitic, Sergio Busquets, Messi, Dembélé, Neto, Lenglet, Griezmann, Jordi Alba, Aleñá, Sergi Roberto, De Jong, Arturo Vidal, Umtiti, Carles Pérez and Ansu Fati. Slavia Prague Kolár, Kovár, Markovic, Boril, Kúdela, Coufal, Takács, Frydrych, Zelený, Holes, Husbauer, Soucek, Masopust, Stanciu, Sevcik, Olayinka, Traoré, Provod, Júsuf, Skoda, Tecl and Van Buren. Prediction Barcelona 3-1 Slavia Prague Both half win. Thanks For Staying Tuned
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FC Barcelona Vs Slavia Prague | 2 November UCL Preview
FC Barcelona vs Slavia Prague UEFA Champions League Group Stage: Matchday 4 Date: Tuesday, November 5 Venue: Camp Nou, Barcelona Referee: Michael Oliver Good Evening to all Scorum readers! Welcome to the review of the UEFA Champions League matchday 4 between Barcelona vs Slavia Prague, at Camp Nou. The anthem of the Champions League will sound again at Camp Nou on the 4th day of the European competition. Source The Catalans receive Slavia from Prague after the disastrous defeat last Saturday against Levante and with the confirmed injury of Luis Suarez. Both teams have only met once and it was two weeks ago, on the 3rd day of the group stage of the current Champions League edition. The Catalans were able to prevail 1-2 on the scoreboard, although not with a colorful and attractive game. Ter Stegen, the German goalkeeper was the clear protagonist of the victory at Eden Arena against Slavia in Prague. Solvency and concentration under sticks that allowed the Catalans to return home without major damage. The Catalans hope to bounce back to regain their pride in front of their home fans. Source The visitors had a strong victory before traveling to Camp Nou. Last Saturday, Trpisovsky's men managed to impose themselves with solvency on Baník on the 15th day of the domestic championship. The match which ended in a 4-0 scoreline reflected the power in the attack of the Czechs, who will try to balance up themselves at the Camp Nou. Referee The designated referee for Barcelona vs Slavia from Prague is Michael Oliver Oliver from the United Kingdom. It will be the second time he meets Barcelona, ​​since he was already in charge of the duel against Borussia Moenchendglädbach (4-0) in the 2016/17 season. Undisputed Leaders The LaLiga leaders in addition, also reign in Group F of the Champions League with two wins (Inter and Slavia) and one draw (Borussia Dortmund). The Slavia of Prague is also the leader of the Czech Football League with 41 points in 15 days, also getting enough advantage against Viktoria Plzen, who is second with 29. In the Champions League they have only been able to score one point against Inter Milan, so they occupy the last place of Group F. Coaches Got This To Say. Valverde predicts a good run as he had this to say: "We started badly away from home, we redirected it with three victories and now we have lost again. We want to return to those victories away from home before the hit against Levante" The Slavia Coach Trpisovsky had some words of encouragement for his men as he said "Maybe we play with fire but we are willing to risk as we did in the first game at home" Team List FC Barcelona Ter Stegen, Semedo, Piqué, Rakitic, Sergio Busquets, Messi, Dembélé, Neto, Lenglet, Griezmann, Jordi Alba, Aleñá, Sergi Roberto, De Jong, Arturo Vidal, Umtiti, Carles Pérez and Ansu Fati. Slavia Prague Kolár, Kovár, Markovic, Boril, Kúdela, Coufal, Takács, Frydrych, Zelený, Holes, Husbauer, Soucek, Masopust, Stanciu, Sevcik, Olayinka, Traoré, Provod, Júsuf, Skoda, Tecl and Van Buren. Prediction Barcelona 3-1 Slavia Prague Both half win. Thanks For Staying Tuned
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