Barcelona vs Inter Milan LIVE: Stream, TV channel, team news for TONIGHT'S mouth-watering Champions League clash | The Sun

BARCELONA must beat Inter Milan TONIGHT if they are to stand any chance of progressing to the Champions League knock-out rounds.

Xavi's side controversially lost to the Italian giants last time out and defeat tonight would almost certainly see their dreams of qualifying go up in smoke.

  • Kick-off time: 8pm
  • TV/Live stream: BT Sport 4
  • Barca XI: To follow
  • Inter XI: To follow

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  • Kostas Lianos

    Good evening from Barcelona

    Welcome to SunSport’s live coverage of the Champions League group stage match between Barcelona and Inter Milan at the Nou Camp.

    The two European giants lock horns in their second leg after Inter won 1-0 at San Siro last week thanks to Hakan Calhanoglu’s winner.

    The Blaugrana need to bounce back tonight in Catalonia but manager Xavi will have to do it without a number of key players.

    Ex-Chelsea ace Andreas Christensen (ankle), former Arsenal star Hector Bellerin (muscle), Ronald Araujo (adductor), Memphis Depay (thigh) and Jules Kounde (Achilles) are all sidelined.

    But it’s not all bad news for the Spanish tactician as Barcelona welcomed Frenkie de Jong back from a muscle problem last weekend against Celta Vigo.

    Former AC Milan ace Franck Kessie is also back in the squad after recently dealing with a thigh injury.

    Inter boss Simone Inzaghi, on the other hand, is without Dalbert (ligament), Marcelo Brozovic (hamstring), Alex Cordaz (ligament), Joaquin Correa (patella) and Gabriel Brazao (ligament).

    However, Inzaghi could have Chelsea loanee Romelu Lukaku available after he recovered from a muscle problem.

    But Lukaku is unlikely to start and the Italian tactician may opt for Lautaro Martinez and ex-Manchester City star Edin Dzeko to spearhead his attack

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