Barça v PSG

- Squad announced to face PSG

Luis Enrique has left out Masip, Montoya and Douglas, along with the suspended Alves and Rafinha and the injured Vermaelen. The full squad is therefore as follows: Ter Stegen, Bravo, Adriano, Alba, Bartra, Mathieu, Mascherano, Piqué, Sergio, Xavi, Sergi Roberto, Iniesta, Rakitic, Pedro, Neymar Jr, Munir, Messi and Luis Suárez.


18-man squad for Paris Saint-Germain por fcbarcelona

- FC Barcelona v Paris Saint Germain: Capital encounter

At 8.45 PM CET, all eyes will be on the Camp Nou as top place in Champions League Group F is settled. A huge night awaits us this evening. Barça are at home to Paris Saint-Germain. In other words, Messi, Neymar, Suárez, Iniesta, Xavi and co are up against a similarly star-studded side featuring the likes of Ibrahimovic, Cavani, Lavezzi, Thiago Silva and David Luiz. A fascinating winner-takes-all match with top spot in the Champions League group to play for. On the last day of the group stage, only three points will do if the Catalans want to topple the French club’s two-point lead.

Same plans for Luis Enrique

The FC Barcelona manager is full of respect for PSG and has also downplayed the importance of finishing top of the group

- Ter Stegen ready for Ibrahimovic... and everyone else

The German knows how well PSG play as a unit but also that if FC Barcelona get it right, this is a game they can win. On a more personal level, he stressed how much he still needs to keep learning new things every day.

 

- Training ahead of clash with PSG

The first team prepared for Wednesday's meeting with the French champions, but Rafinha was missing with a virus

 

- Zlatan Ibrahimovic's top 5 goals when he played for FC Barcelona

Check out all images of Ibra in Camp Nou. A highlight reel of Swedish attacker Zlatan Ibrahimovic's best goals when he donned the blue and claret

 

- Take a behind-the-scenes look at the last PSG v FC Barcelona

- When and where to watch FC Barcelona v Paris Saint-Germain

FC Barcelona play with PSG on Wednesday in a Champions League fixture. The game is being screened in a wide variety of countries on different channels, but if it’s not being shown where you are, fear not, for you can listen to live English language commentary on Radio Barça and on the international websites. You can also receive constant updates at fcbarcelona.com, on Twitter (@fcbarcelona_com) and on the club’s usual social networks.