On Tuesday, Barcelona will visit a stadium they are all too acquainted with after their 0-4 triumph over Cadiz on Saturday night.
After all, they’ll be facing Bayern Munich in the second round of the UEFA Champions League. Though perhaps not exactly how they were in the past.
Xavi has already chosen his squad for the match at Allianz Arena.
The traveling squad for what may be their first UCL match for Barça includes Hector Bellerin and Marcos Alonso, both of whom made their debuts yesterday.
Sergi Roberto was injured and missed the game, but he is back after being cleared by Barcelona’s medical team.
Despite not being utilized as substitutes against Cadiz, Eric Garcia and Jules Kounde are anticipated to start Tuesday given their strong performance thus far.
Gavi, Alejandro Balde, Inaki Pena, Pablo Torre, and Arnau Tenas have all been brought up from the youth levels this season.
Barcelona’s first team squad is fully fit and ready for this game, and vengeance is very much on the cards.