Barcelona will be looking for a winning start to their 2020-21 Champions League campaign as they host Hungarian champions Ferencvaros to Camp Nou on Tuesday night. The Catalan giants were overwhelmed by Bayern Munich in the quarterfinals last season, while it was the first time in 25 years that Ferencvaros was in the Champions League group stage. 

Barca will once again be out of service from Marc-Andre ter Stegen and Jordi Alba due to injury, while the ongoing knee problem is also expected to put Samuel Umtiti out of play. Koeman will certainly keep an eye on the upcoming clash with Real Madrid, although the Dutch manager is still expected to pick a strong squad, which includes Lionel Messi. Ansu Fati and Philippe Coutinho were both eliminated from the starting spot against Getafe, but the pair will return in this match, while Junior Firpo could be given a place at left-back. Antoine Griezmann has struggled to make his mark against Getafe, but the attacker is expected to be in the starting line-up this match, while Sergio Busquets and Frenkie de Jong are more likely to continue to kick off. center guard. As expected, Quique Setien was eliminated from the position of Barca coach after the team's unbelievable 8-2 defeat against Bayern in the quarter-finals of the Champions League 2019-20. This is the first time the Catalan giants have conceded eight times in a single game since 1946, and it has been a memorable season for the club as they also hand over control of the La Liga title. for Real Madrid. Ronald Koeman and his students had a positive start to the La Liga 2020-21 campaign, helping them win 7 points after their first three matches with Villarreal, Celta Vigo and Sevilla. However, Barca will enter Tuesday's clash after a disappointing result, having suffered a 0-1 defeat to Getafe. Surely the team has problems to resolve, and Koeman will be in desperate need of a positive result here ahead of El Clasico at home against Real Madrid on 24 October.

Ferencvaros entered the Champions League group stage for the first time in 25 years, with their only appearance in the tournament being in the 1995-96 campaign. Led by former Tottenham Hotspur and West Ham United striker Sergiy Rebrov, the Blue Eagles won their 31st Hungarian championship last season and won their place in the Champions' qualifiers for the second time. League. Ferencvaros overcame Djurgarden in mid-August before defeating Celtic in Scotland; followed by a 2-1 home win over Dinamo Zagreb, before the Hungarian side overcame Molde with away goals in two knockout rounds to advance into the group stage of the tournament. Fradi reached the quarter-finals of the 1965-66 European Cup before losing to Inter Milan, while they were the first Hungarian team to feature in the group stage of Europe's top cup tournament since Debrechen in 2009-10. Rebrov's side are also in good form at the start of their 2020-21 season, gaining 13 points in 5 matches to top the domestic standings.