Gavi was taken to hospital after suffering a head injury against Real Betis, and while he is reported to be training normally, it would be hugely controversial to see him passed fit for Wednesday. Frenkie de Jong is therefore poised to return to the first XI, and Xavi could take a punt on Ousmane Dembele with Ez Abde not registered for the Champions League. Bayern Munich possible starting lineup:Neuer; Pavard, Sule, Nianzou, Richards; Roca, Tolisso; Sane, Muller, Musiala; Lewandowski Barcelona possible starting lineup:Ter Stegen; Dest, Araujo, Pique, Alba; Gonzalez, Busquets, De Jong; Dembele, Depay, Coutinho We say: Bayern Munich 3-1 Barcelona Barcelona have far more riding on this game than Bayern do, but it is difficult to see a Blaugrana team low on confidence and numbers springing any surprises at the Allianz Arena.
Viewers in the U. can also watch the game live on TV on CBS Sports. In the United Kingdon (UK), BT Sport 5 is showing Barcelona vs Bayern on TV, with a live stream available through the BT Player. Fans in India can catch the match on the Sony Sports Network, with streaming services on SonyLIV. CountryTV channelLive streamU. CBS SportsfuboTVUKBT Sport 5BT Sport website/appIndiaSony Ten 2 SD/HDSonyLIVCheck out GOAL's Football on UK TV guideCheck out GOAL's Soccer on U. TV guideBarcelona squad & team newsAndreas Christensen and Memphis Depay are both likely to continue on the sidelines alongside Ronald Araujo, who recently underwent groin surgery. Sergi Roberto suffered a shoulder injury in the league win over Athletic Bilbao over the weekend. Gavi took a blow to his abductor in the same game but may still join Ousmane Dembele and Robert Lewandowski up front, while Hector Bellerin is set to slot in at right-back.
Preview: Bayern vs. Barcelona - prediction, team newsSports Mole previews Wednesday's Champions League clash between Bayern Munich and Barcelona, including predictions, team news and possible lineups. Still yet to be assured of a place in the Champions League knockout rounds, Barcelona face a mammoth task against Bayern Munich in Wednesday's final Group E clash. Julian Nagelsmann's side are already guaranteed to finish first, while La Blaugrana are in a two-way fight with Benfica for second place. Match preview © Reuters As widely expected, the Champions League group stage has been a walk in the park for Bayern Munich, who have strolled to five wins from five to ease into the last-16 as one of three teams - alongside Liverpool and Ajax - currently boasting a perfect group record.