Barcelona is on a course to maintain their 100% start in the Champions League. The side will test their luck against Ukrainian giants Dynamo Kyiv this Wednesday. The match schedules at Camp Nou with kickoff at 11 pm.
The Catalans continue to struggle with regaining their form in La Liga despite an impressive display in the Champions League. On the other hand, the side continues their four winless streaks following their draw to Alaves on Sunday.
Halloween did not pan out well for Ronald Koeman despite an impressive 2-0 win over Juventus last week. The same luck was not on his side on Sunday when the side failed to overcome Alaves in La Liga.
There seems a never-ending drama at Camp Nou that possesses a threat for the side in their bid to regain their glory days in the Champions League. However, the side will be feeling confident heading into the match after three successive victories in Europe this week.
After a 5-1 thrashing of side Ferencvaros, it followed an impressive 2-0 win at home to Serie A champions Juventus. The side will be looking to push their unbeaten Champions League record to 23 matches.
Dynamo Kyiv is thumping the Ukrainian league as the only two sides without a defeat so far. With Barcelona and Juventus in the same group, it only makes it harder for both sides to advance to the knockout stages.
Barcelona vs. Dynamo Kyiv Head to Head
Both sides have two games against each other, with Barcelona taking home two wins. Here is a look at their previous encounters:
Deportivo Alaves 1-1 Barcelona
Juventus 0-2 Barcelona
Barcelona 1-3 Real Madrid
Barcelona 5-1 FC Ferencvarosi TC
Getafe 1-0 Barcelona
SK Dnipro-1 1-2 Dynamo Kiev
Ferencvarosi TC 2-2 Dynamo Kiev
Dynamo Kiev1-0 Oleksandria
Dynamo Kyiv 0-2 Juventus
Rukh Lviv 0-2 Dynamo Kiev
Barcelona Team News
After a howler during the weekend by Neto, Koeman will be ready to give Ter Stegen a nod between the sticks this Wednesday. Samuel Umtiti, Ronald Araujo, and Philippe Countinho continue featuring on the sidelines.
Dynamo Kyiv Team News
The away side faces several absentees ahead of their trip this Wednesday. After receiving his marching orders during their 2-2 draw to Ferencvarosi TC, Sergiy Sydorchuk remains suspended. After a doping offense, Artem Besedin remains sidelined.
Prediction and Odds
After a coronavirus scare at their camp, Barcelona is better positioned to continue their perfect form.
Goals Over 3.5
Away: No Score