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The Barça players in training at the Santa Clara Stadium

The Barça players in training at the Santa Clara Stadium | MIGUEL RUIZ - FCB

Barça entertain AC Milan in their third and final International Champions Cup match of this 2018/19 pre-season. The Italian side have already drawn 1-1 with Manchester United, losing 9-8 on penalties, and narrowly lost to Tottenham Hotspur 1-0. The Blaugrana defeated the north London side 5-3 on penalties after an exciting 2-2 draw and lost 2-4 last time out to AS Roma.

Kick-off is at 5.05pm local time on Saturday, August 4 (2.05am CEST on Sunday, August 5), and this guide will help you to work out what time the game starts in your part of the world.

No injuries

Ernesto Valverde has no injury concerns to worry about and so this match represents another opportunity for the coach to experiment with his line-up.

Both sides have an identical record from their last four matches of won two, drawn one and lost one, and the last time they faced each other in the US was back in 2003 with Barça winning 2-0.

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