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The final Champions League group stage match in this seasons edition sees the north London side visiting the Camp Nou looking to book their place in the next stage alongside Barça.
How to Follow the Game Live
As always, Barça’s match will be broadcast live across the globe. Here is a quick sampling of when and where you can catch the game:
New York — 3.00pm ET — Univision/TNT
London — 8.00pm GMT — BT Sport
Barcelona — 9.00pm CET — Movistar +
Cape Town — 10.00pm SAST — Canal +/Supersport
New Delhi — 1.30am IST — Sony
Sydney — 7.00am AEDT — Optus Sport
For the full list of local kickoff times and channels around the world, check out our extensive TV guide. Social media users can get live updates on Barça's official Facebook and Twitter accounts as the action unfolds.
#1 Barça —> D W W W W
#3 Tottenham Hotspur —> W W L W W
1. Marc-André ter Stegen 2. Nélson Semedo, 3. Gerard Piqué, 4. Ivan Rakitic, 5. Sergio Busquets, 6. Denis Suárez, 7. Philippe Coutinho, 8. Arthur, 9. Luis Suárez, 10. Leo Messi, 11. Ousmane Dembélé, 13. Jasper Cillessen, 15. Clément Lenglet, 18. Jordi Alba, 19. Munir El Haddadi, 21. Carles Aleñá, 22. Arturo Vidal, 24. Thomas Vermaelen, , 27. Juan Miranda
Leo Messi during training
What Happened Last Time
On October 3, 2018, Barça visited a special stadium, Wembley, to play Tottenham, and were 1-0 up inside two minutes thanks to Philippe Coutinho’s finish. An exquisite volley from Ivan Rakitic on 28 put the Blaugranes further ahead, though Harry Kane would halve the deficit on 52. Lionel Messi, who’d already hit the post and seen another shot go narrowly wide, wouldn’t be denied a third time, Barça 3-1 up just four minutes after Spurs had got themselves back in the game. Erik Lamela added another for the hosts on 66 before Messi coolly slotted home Barça’s fourth in the final minute of the match.
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