Barcelona corrected thier mistake against the same team in the League over the weekend with a 2:0 win against Sevilla and there will be a repeat of of the same match but this time around, it will be in the Copa DEL REY.
Sevilla were pictured in an intensed training ahead of the must win second leg match and Barcelona will be going into the match with full confidence after wining the league match by a convincing 2:0 score line.
Barcelona head coach Ronald Koeman is likely to have some changes in his first eleven team that won Sevilla over the weekend.
Samuel Umtiti is fit to start for Barcelona in the defence line and his Partnership with Pique has been one of the best for Barcelona in thier old times.
Possible Line up Against Sevilla
Barcelona switched from the traditional 4:3:3 formation to 5:3:2 leaving Lionel Messi and Usman Dembele as the two top striker in thier last match.
With thier last 2:0 result against Sevilla, Koeman will be hoping to maintain the same formation on Wednesday night.
Possible First Eleven
Ter Stergan, Lenglet, Pique, Seat, Jordi Alba, Bisquet, De Jong, Pedri, Dembele, Messi
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