Barcelona vs Man United
Man United have been drawn in opposition to Barcelona within the Champions League quarterfinal draw on Friday.
Man United welcome Barcelona to Outdated Trafford on April 10. The return leg within the Camp Nou is on April 16.
Barcelona, who beat Lyon within the final spherical, are on track to win the La Liga title as soon as once more.
As for the Purple Devils, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s aspect are battling to complete the Premier League marketing campaign within the prime 4.
Luis Suarez is injured vs Actual Betis
Will Luis Suarez be out there for Barca for the match in Manchester?
That’s unsure after the previous Liverpool striker picked up an harm in Sunday’s Spanish league match in opposition to Actual Betis.
Suarez, who has struggled in entrance of purpose this season, was subbed out the Betis sport within the last levels. Philippe Coutinho changed him.
After the match Barcelona confirmed that Suarez suffered an ankle harm.
The Catalans will run exams on Suarez at this time to evaluate the extent of the harm.
[BREAKING NEWS❗] @LuisSuarez9 has sprained his proper ankle. Checks tomorrow will decide the precise extent of the harm #BetisBarça pic.twitter.com/oFc5BfYudM
— FC Barcelona (@FCBarcelona) March 17, 2019
Ousmane Dembele is injured
The harm issues are stacking up on the Camp Nou.
Final week it was confirmed that Ousmane Dembele is injured too.
The French worldwide ahead suffered a hamstring tear within the Champions League win over Lyon.
Actual Betis 1 – Barcelona four
It was one other Leo Messi masterclass.
Messi scored a superb hat-trick for the Catalans at Betis on Sunday
Suarez scored the opposite purpose for Ernesto Valverde’s staff.
Messi was given a standing ovation from the Betis residence crowd.
Typically, all you are able to do is applaud 👏
Actual Betis followers confirmed their appreciation for a Messi masterclass 🔥🔥🔥 pic.twitter.com/6s5EiZ0jKW
— Aim (@purpose) March 17, 2019
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