Both previous meetings between the teams at the Camp Nou have ended 1-1 The Parisians are the only side in Europe's five major leagues that have yet to lose this season
Barça and PSG meet on Wednesday night at 8.45 PM CET on the final day of group play in this season’s Champions League. Here’s a round-up must-know facts to prepare you for the game.
This is the third meeting between the teams at the Camp Nou. Both previous encounters ended 1-1.
In total, Barça have one win and PSG have two in the six previous games between these two teams. The other three ended all square.
Barça’s only win was in the Cup Winners Cup Final of 1997, when Ronaldo scored the only goal of a 1-0 victory in Rotterdam.
Against French clubs, Barça have 9 wins, 5 draws and 4 defeats.
PSG have only lost two of their last eleven away fixtures in the Champion’s League.
The side managed by former FCB man Laurent Blanc is the only one in Europe’s five biggest championships that is till unbeaten this season.
Cavani has scored eight goals in his last ten appearances, while Ibrahimovic scored twice to secure PSG a win against Nantes in their last Ligue 1 outing.
Tonight’s referee will be Englishman Martin Atkinson, whose only previous experience of officiating Barça was the 2-2 draw with AC Milan in the 2011/12 season. He has never been in charge of a PSG match.
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