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How Ronald Koeman Could Line-Up With Pedri And Ansu Fati, Against Benfica Tomorrow

Barcelona will face Benfica in the UEFA Champions League round 2 tomorrow, the boys are working hard in training after a victory against Levante, Ronald Koeman has released his squad list ahead of the big night tomorrow. The Dutch manager could line-up like this, with Pedri Gonzalez and Ansu Fati. The Spanish midfielder has received the green light to play against Benfica and the fans are very happy to see him in the squad list.

How Barcelona Could Line-Up Against Benfica.

Formation: 4-3-3

1. GK: Ter Stegen is fit to start against Benfica tomorrow and the German goalkeeper will be a big help to the team, he kept a clean sheet against Levante and he will surely start against the Portuguese side.

2. CB: Eric Garcia did really well against Levante and he could pair together with Gerard Pique tomorrow.

3. CB: Gerard Pique

4. RB: Oscar Mingueza performed really well against Levante and Sergi Roberto has been given the green light to play tomorrow, but Ronald Koeman could prefer to use Mingueza instead of Roberto.

5. LB: Sergino Dest will start as a Left-back against Benfica, the American right-back can play both wings and he did really well against Levante. He also registered one assist.

6. CM: Sergio Busquets will lead the boys out against Benfica tomorrow, the Spanish captain has done really well in the competition over the past years, and I believe that Koeman needs his expertise in the midfield.

7. CM: Pedri Gonzalez was ruled out against Bayern Munich, but the Spanish youngster is back and he will face Benfica tomorrow.

8. CM: Frankie De Jong

9. RW: Philip Coutinho

10. LW: Ansu Fati

11. FW: Memphis Depay

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