Lineups

Barcelona

( 4-2-3-1 )

  • 1. M. ter Stegen

  • 3. Piqué

  • 18. Jordi Alba Yellow Card

  • 20. Sergi Roberto

    46'
  • 0. Nélson Semedo

  • 15. C. Lenglet

  • 5. Busquets

    70'
  • 22. A. Vidal Yellow Card

  • 21. F. de Jong

  • 10. L. Messi

  • 9. L. Suárez Goal Yellow Card

Substitutes

  • 26. Iñaki Peña

  • 13. Neto

  • 4. R. Araújo

  • 46. Reis Ludovit

  • 24. Junior Firpo

  • 0. I. Rakitić

  • 0. Monchu

  • 28. Mingueza Oscar

  • 12. Riqui Puig

  • 22. Ansu Fati

    70'
  • 7. A. Griezmann

    46'
  • 11. O. Dembélé

International - UEFA Champions League Final Stage

42' J. Boateng 42' Yellow Card 42'  J. Boateng 52' A. Davies 52' Yellow Card 52'  A. Davies 54' L. Suárez 54' Yellow Card 54'  L. Suárez 60' Jordi Alba 60' Yellow Card 60'  Jordi Alba 85' J. Kimmich 85' Yellow Card 85'  J. Kimmich 90' A. Vidal 90' Yellow Card 90'  A. Vidal 4' T. Müller 4' Goal 4'   Mueller T. Müller 7' D. Alaba 7' Own Goal 7'   Alaba D. Alaba 22' I. Perišić 22' Goal 22'   Perisic I. Perišić 27' S. Gnabry 27' Goal 27'   Gnabry S. Gnabry 31' T. Müller 31' Goal 31'   Mueller T. Müller 57' L. Suárez 57' Goal 57'   Suarez L. Suárez 63' J. Kimmich 63' Goal 63'   Kimmich J. Kimmich 82' R. Lewandowski 82' Goal 82'   Lewandowski R. Lewandowski 85' Philippe Coutinho 85' Goal 85'   Coutinho Philippe Coutinho 89' Philippe Coutinho 89' Goal 89'   Coutinho Philippe Coutinho
Barcelona

Barcelona

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Bayern Munich

Bayern Munich

  • 4'
    0 - 1
  • 7
    1 - 1
  • 22'
    1 - 2
  • 27'
    1 - 3
  • 31'
    1 - 4
  • HT
    1 - 4
  • 57
    2 - 4
  • 63'
    2 - 5
  • 82'
    2 - 6
  • 85'
    2 - 7
  • 89'
    2 - 8
  • Date: 14/08/2020
  • Time: 20:00
  • Venue: Camp Nou
  • Referee: Damir Skomina
Barcelona vs Bayern Munich Betting Tips

Date published: 8/13/2020 8:44:38 PM

Barcelona vs Bayern Munich Betting Tips

There’s a heavyweight battle taking place in the quarter-finals of the Champions League with Barcelona taking on Bayern Munich at the Estadio da Luz in Lisbon.

A fixture of this size would be a worthy line up for the final of this competition however, such is the luck of the draw that it has provided us with this mammoth game in the Last Eight.

Bayern Munich are the equivalent of Mike Tyson in this contest as they’re arriving in Lisbon having won 18 straight competitive games; all by knockout.

One of the most ruthless of those knockouts came against Chelsea as the Bavarian side tore through the London outfit and claimed a 7-1 aggregate win.

Barcelona are far from being the equivalent of Buster Douglas however, their record of six wins from ten games does show there are vulnerabilities in Quique Setien’s team.

Looking at the betting, it’s Bayern who have been priced as the favourites at 10/11 while their rivals, Barca, are currently available at around the 5/2 mark.

One market which may be worth taking a closer look at is the goals market. This is a fixture which has produced three or more goals in all four of their most recent competitive games. Another thing to remember is that Bayern have won three of those four encounters.

Interestingly, five of the last seven head to head games have also seen the winning team claim their victory to nil. This is something that certainly provides plenty of value in the betting with Bayern priced at 3/1 to win to nil and Barcelona offering a huge price of 7/1 in that market.

Nevertheless, our recommendation comes from the first goalscorer market. Robert Lewandowski has scored 54 goals this season for Bayern Munich in competitive games. The 31-year-old is currently priced at 11/4 to open the scoring this Friday which is an offer that does provide good value.

Best Bet

First Goalscorer Robert Lewandowski – 11/4* (betfair & PaddyPower)

*prices correct at time of writing and are subject to change

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Match Information

  • UEFA Champions League Final Stage
  • Round 1/4
  • Camp Nou
  • Damir Skomina
  • 14 Aug, 20:00

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Lineups

Barcelona
(4-2-3-1)
Bayern Munich
(4-2-3-1)
  • 1. M. ter Stegen

  • 3. Piqué

  • 18. Jordi Alba Yellow Card

  • 20. Sergi Roberto

    46'
  • 0. Nélson Semedo

  • 15. C. Lenglet

  • 5. Busquets

    70'
  • 22. A. Vidal Yellow Card

  • 21. F. de Jong

  • 10. L. Messi

  • 9. L. Suárez Goal Yellow Card

Substitutes

  • 26. Iñaki Peña

  • 13. Neto

  • 4. R. Araújo

  • 46. Reis Ludovit

  • 24. Junior Firpo

  • 0. I. Rakitić

  • 0. Monchu

  • 28. Mingueza Oscar

  • 12. Riqui Puig

  • 22. Ansu Fati

    70'
  • 7. A. Griezmann

    46'
  • 11. O. Dembélé

  • 1. M. Neuer

  • 17. J. Boateng Yellow Card

    76'
  • 27. D. Alaba

  • 6. J. Kimmich Goal Yellow Card

  • 6. Thiago Alcântara

  • 14. I. Perišić Goal

    67'
  • 18. L. Goretzka

    84'
  • 7. S. Gnabry Goal

    75'
  • 19. A. Davies Yellow Card

    84'
  • 9. R. Lewandowski Goal

  • 25. T. Müller Goal Goal

Substitutes

  • 26. S. Ulreich

  • 39. R. Hoffmann

  • 2. Odriozola

  • 4. N. Süle

    76'
  • 21. L. Hernández

    84'
  • 11. M. Cuisance

  • 42. J. Musiala

  • 0. Philippe Coutinho Goal Goal

    75'
  • 8. Javi Martínez

  • 29. K. Coman

    67'
  • 24. C. Tolisso

    84'
  • 14. J. Zirkzee

 

       

         

         

         

         

         

Barcelona v Bayern Munich

    Barcelona 2 - 8 Bayern Munich - Match Report

    Date published: 8/14/2020 11:11:17 PM

    Barcelona 2 - 8 Bayern Munich - Match Report

    Bayern Munich humiliate Barcelona with historic 8-2 victory in Champions League

    Bayern Munich outlined why they are the team to beat in this season’s Champions League with a stunning 8-2 quarter-final demolition of Barcelona in Lisbon.

    The German champions blitzed Barca with four goals in the opening 31 minutes, adding four more in the second, to set up a semi-final with Manchester City or Lyon and they are the hot favourites to win the tournament for a sixth time.

    It was a mesmerising performance, helped by a defensive horror show from the Spanish side, as a brace from Thomas Muller was complemented by goals from Ivan Perisic and Serge Gnabry put them 4-1 up at the break.

    Josh Kimmich, Robert Lewandowski and a brace from Barca loanee Philippe Coutinho inflicted a heaviest ever European defeat on the Catalans as Hansi Flick’s side ran riot.

    Boss Quique Setien will surely pay the price for this embarrassment, coming after a limp end to their league campaign, as his side are condemned to a fifth year without a Champions League title.

    They had levelled at 1-1 through David Alaba’s own goal and then Luis Suarez got one back just before the hour, but there was to be no comeback.

    The writing was on the wall in just the fourth minute as Muller grabbed his first of the evening.

    Rakitic ran clear down the left, pulled it back to Muller, who played a one-two with Lewandowski and arrowed a low shot into the bottom corner from 12 yards out.

    Barcelona, albeit briefly, had hope that the evening might turn out differently as they were level just three minutes later.

    Jordi Alba was played in and his cross, meant for Suarez, was intercepted by David Alaba, but the defender’s sliced clearance evaded Manuel Neuer and looped into the top corner.

    Suarez then had a great chance to put the Spaniards in front but Neuer came out well to save and from the second phase of resulting corner Lionel Messi’s cross was missed by everyone and crashed into a post.

    But Barca’s attacking threat could not compensate for the shambles at the other end and Bayern blitzed them with three goals in 10 minutes to kill the tie.

    Perisic put the Germans back in front in the 21st minute with a drilled effort that took a clip off Clement Lenglet after Roberto was caught in possession before Gnabry scored a picture-book goal to make it 3-1.

    The former Arsenal man span off Lenglet and was played in by a brilliant ball around the corner by Leon Goretzka and made no mistake with an emphatic finish.

    Then four minutes later Muller got his second and it was too easy as he darted to the near post and turned home Kimmich’s cross.

    Barca, whose suicidal playing out from the back had cost them, were shell-shocked, but it could have been even worse, but Lewandowski missed two good opportunities, while Perisic fired over.

    There was no respite in the second half as Bayern continued to attack at will, but Barca survived and got themselves back into it just before the hour mark as Suarez superbly finished from Alba’s pass to make it 4-2.

    But their hope was short-lived as a relentless Bayern got a fifth and it was down to a sensational piece of play from Davies.

    The precocious left-back made a fool of Nelson Semedo and sauntered into the box before teeing up Kimmich for an easy tap-in.

    Bayern beat Tottenham 7-2 in the group stage but they went one better as Lewandowski finally got on the scoresheet in the final 10 minutes with his 54th goal of the season – a close-range header.

    Coutinho, on loan from the Spanish side, was almost apologetic as he fired two goals from close range in the final few minutes on a memorable night in the Estadio da Luz.

    Lineups

    Bayern Munich

    ( 4-2-3-1 )

    • 1. M. Neuer

    • 17. J. Boateng Yellow Card

      76'
    • 27. D. Alaba

    • 6. J. Kimmich Goal Yellow Card

    • 6. Thiago Alcântara

    • 14. I. Perišić Goal

      67'
    • 18. L. Goretzka

      84'
    • 7. S. Gnabry Goal

      75'
    • 19. A. Davies Yellow Card

      84'
    • 9. R. Lewandowski Goal

    • 25. T. Müller Goal Goal

    Substitutes

    • 26. S. Ulreich

    • 39. R. Hoffmann

    • 2. Odriozola

    • 4. N. Süle

      76'
    • 21. L. Hernández

      84'
    • 11. M. Cuisance

    • 42. J. Musiala

    • 0. Philippe Coutinho Goal Goal

      75'
    • 8. Javi Martínez

    • 29. K. Coman

      67'
    • 24. C. Tolisso

      84'
    • 14. J. Zirkzee