Barcelona will secure top spot in Group B with a win. They could even finish first by drawing on Wednesday, as long as Tottenham beat Inter in the group’s other match.
PSV cannot finish in the top-two but can finish third, although that would require bettering Tottenham’s result.
PSV are yet to win a group game this season but Barcelona are winless in three matches heading into Wednesday’s clash.
The only team Barcelona have kept a clean sheet against in their last six matches is Segunda B side Leonesa.
PSV Eindhoven- Ryan Thomas is PSV’s only injury concern ahead of the Wednesday’s welcome of Barcelona. Various betting options are available for today’s games on site
No shocks are expected when Mark van Bommel’s names his starting XI in midweek.
Barcelona- Barcelona have announced Luis Suarez, Arthur and Jasper Cillessen will miss Wednesday’s match against PSV because of injury.
Rafinha and Sergio Roberto both picked up injuries at the weekend and the former is ruled out for the season.
Barcelona are boosted by the return of Philippe Coutinho and Ivan Rakitic, however. Both could even start for the away side.
Munir El Haddadi will hope to replace Suarez in attack but it’s more than likely than Lionel Messi will occupy a central position with Coutinho and Ousmane Dembele either side.
There have been over 2.5 goals scored in PSV Eindhoven’s last 6 Champions League games.
PSV Eindhoven has conceded at least 2 goals in their last 4 matches in UEFA Champions League.
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