The Catalan based club Barcelona would be hoping to to get their first victory in the UCL when they face Dynamo Kyiv in a crunch encounter between both clubs.
The Spanish giants Barcelona would be hoping to emerge victorious in order to move higher on their group standings.
The Netherland and Barcelona tactician Ronald Koeman is expected to name a strong lineup for their crucial UCL match against Dynamo Kyiv.
The Barcelona Superstars which include Marc Andre Ter Stegen, Gerard Pique, Eric Garcia, Jordi Alba, Sergino Dest, Sergio Busquets, Gavi, Sergi Roberto, Memphis Depay, Frankie De Jong and Ansu Fati are all expected to face Dynamo Kyiv.
Earlier this morning, The Barcelona first team players and fringe players were involved in a vigorous training session ahead of their crucial UCL match against Dynamo Kyiv.
The likes of Neto, Gavi, Clement Lenglet, Samuel Umtiti, Ruiq Puig, Ousmane Dembele, Oscar Mingueza, Sergio Aguero and Luuk De Jong were all pictured at the training ground.
Let's take a look at 4 reasons why Barcelona would defeat Dynamo Kyiv;
1. COUTINHO’S FORM: The Brazilian and Barcelona midfielder Phillipe Coutinho would be hoping to continue his incredible form when they face Dynamo Kyiv.
The 26 years old Barcelona midfielder is expected to feature against Dynamo Kyiv.
2. FATI’S FITNESS: The Spanish and Barcelona winger Ansu Fati has fully recovered from his minor injury and he is expected to face Dynamo Kyiv.
3. KOEMAN'S TACTICS: The Dutch and Barcelona tactician Ronald Koeman is expected to use a 4-3-3 formation in their crucial UCL match against Dynamo Kyiv.
The Barcelona head coach Ronald Koeman is expected to use Sergio Busquets and Frankie De Jong as midfielders in order to shield the defence.
4. DEPAY’S FORM: The Dutch and Barcelona attacker Memphis Depay would also be hoping to continue his incredible form when they face Dynamo Kyiv.
The Barcelona attacker is expected to be named in starting line up for their crucial UCL match against Dynamo Kyiv.
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