The set of Tito Vilanova need to add a point to seal the mathematical classification to the next round of the Champions League.
Barcelona will face this afternoon at Spartak Moscow in Lujniki stadium with capacity for 80,000 people and artificial grass. The heat will put fans and players, since, in the Russian capital freezing temperatures are expected during the match and this, precisely, could be the handicap for the Catalans. Despite the weather, the team will attempt to certify Tito Vilanova with a knockout win ticket for a draw but has enough.
Opposite Spartak Moscow’s old acquaintance Unai Emery in fourteen games still does not know how to win at Barca. The Russian club is bottom of Group G with three points and need to win or yes. That’s why from Barca does neither trust nor hair of Spartak after the first leg at the Camp Nou, where the Russians got to get ahead on the scoreboard before the comeback cule. Read more »