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Barcelona hosted Borussia Dortmund at Camp Nou. Barcelona were first in the group with eight points, one point ahead of Dortmund. In the first game of the group stage, Dortmund outplayed Barcelona but were held to a scoreless draw.
Date: Wednesday, Nov. 27
Start Time: 3:00 p.m. ET
Location: Barcelona, Spain
Stadium: Camp Nou
In the final game of the group stage, Barcelona will play Inter Milan. While Dortmund host Slavia Prague.
Both teams have breathing space from Inter Milan and Slavia Praha with Inter behind second place Dortmund by three points.
A win for Barcelona would see them qualify for the next stage of the Champions League. While a win for Dortmund would put them top of the group and will need Inter to win their next two games to stop Dortmund qualifying.
In the reverse fixture at the Signal Iduna Park, both teams were goalless, leading to a 0-0 draw.
Dortmund came out attacking and ended the game with three more shots-on-target than Barcelona with a sum of four to one.
The Catalans remained top of La Liga alongside Real Madrid and extended their winning run to two games as they came from behind to win 2-1 away at Leganes on Saturday.
Against Leganes, Valverde started Lionel Messi, Luis Suarez, Ousmane Dembele and Antoine Griezmann together, but the quartet produced very little threat.
The latter is emblematic of Barcelona’s issues this season. Signed from Atletico Madrid in a $133-million deal in the summer, Griezmann is yet to show the kind of form that made him a star in La Liga and has admitted to finding life in Barcelona a lot harder than expected.
Barcelona will be without three defenders, as Jordi Alba and Nelson Semedo are both injured, while Gerard Pique is suspended.
Dortmund, meanwhile, will be without injured midfielder Thomas Delaney and striker Paco Alcacer remains a doubt.