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UCL: Barça vs Kyiv

Barcelona will look to maintain their 100% full win in the Champions League as they host Ukrainian giant Dynamo Kiev to the Camp Nou. However, the Catalan giants had difficulty in the La Liga tournament at this time and extended their win streak to 4 matches with the recent Alaves draw.

Despite the difficulties in the country, Barca are about to qualify for the group stage and we are supporting Koeman's students to score a huge victory in this match. Barca hope to welcome Marc-Andre ter Stegen back to the pitch as soon as possible following Neto's mistake at the weekend, but the German goalkeeper is not expected to be able to return this match in time. The Catalan giants will also be without Samuel Umtiti, Philippe Coutinho and Ronald Araujo in the third match, with Gerard Pique's timely return following suspension for partner Clement Lenglet in defense. Koeman hopes to scramble the roster in both ways, with Trincao, Pedri and Sergino Dest all capable of starting first in Europe. Barcelona was expected to continue an impressive away win over Juventus with a remarkable performance against Alavaes in the premier league. 

Dynamo Kiev will be forced to reform after their coronavirus, and 18-year-old Neshcheret will certainly be worried about the prospect of facing Messi and teammates at home in the Catalan powerhouse. Dynamo Kiev have some absences to face themselves, with Sergiy Sydorchuk suspended after being sent off in a draw with Ferencvaros. Artem Besedin is serving a ban on doping use, while 18-year-old Ruslan Neshcheret is set to start at Camp Nou when Denys Boyko and Georgiy Bushchan both test positive for coronavirus. The visitors have also confirmed that Vitaly Mykolenko, Denis Garmash, Oleksandr Karaev, Tudor Baluta, Mykola Shaparenko, Mikkel Duelund and Georgiy Tsitaish have all been infected, causing senior coach Lucescu to choose a headache for the trip to Catalonia. Dynamo Kiev has risen to the top of the Ukrainian Premier League as one of two teams that have not yet tasted defeat this season - the other side is Shakhtar Donestk - but Mircea Lucescu's students are still waiting for 3 Their first point in the group stage match of the Champions League. They were comfortably sidelined by Juventus in their opening group stage match and shared the spoils with Ferencvaros in last week's four-goal match, with Franck Boli scoring the final equalizer for the Hungarian club to deny Lucescu's army there are 3 points. Dynamo Kiev currently face a team they have only beaten 3 times in their previous 10 encounters, with Barcelona scoring 2-0 and 2-1 wins as the two teams face off against each other for the last time in the round. table of the 2009-10 tournament.