A win over Valencia on Sunday may have given Barcelona fans hope that all is not lost. Barcelona produced an impressive performance against Valencia on Sunday after suffering two consecutive defeats against Benfica and Atletico Madrid. The Spanish Gaints came from behind to defeat Valencia 3-1 in the La Liga, thanks to goals from Ansu Dati, Memphis Depay, and Phillip Coutinho.
The team's next match would be against Dynamo Kyiv in the Champions League, and I'm sure Barcelona would like to keep their good form going. Here is the strongest lineup Koeman should field against Dynamo Kyiv on Wednesday.
Ter Stegan produced a good show against Valencia. lets hope he replicate his form on Wednesday.
Eric Gracia and Gerard Pique were composed throughout the game against Valencia. The duo should start in central defense, with Jordi Alba at left back and Sergi Roberto at right back.
Gavi and Frenkie de Jong shone against Valencia. The two young stars put on a show that reminded fans of Barcelona's tiki-taka style of play from the past. They should play in the midfield alongside veteran Midfielder, Sergio Busquets.
Ansu Fati has unquestionably proven that he is worthy of the No. 10 jersey. Against Valencia, the Spanish forward was impressive. He will undoubtedly be a key player for Ronald Koeman's side against Dynamo Kyiv.
Memphis Depay was also a standout in the game against Valencia, assisting Ansu Fati and scoring himself. He should remain in starting lineup.
Philippe Coutinho performed admirably against Valancia. On Sunday night, his goal was enough to secure Barcelona's victory. He should also be included in the squad for the game on Wednesday. In my opinion these three should start in attack for Barcelona on Tuesday.
Here’s how Barcelona should lineup vs Dynamo Kyiv
GK: Marc Andre ter-Stegen
LB: Jordi Alba
CB: Gerard Pique
CB: Eric Garcia
RB: Sergi Roberto
DM: Sergio Busquets
CM: Frenkie de Jong
RW: Philippe Coutinho
LW: Ansu Fati
ST: Memphis Depay
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