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PSG vs Barcelona live stream: How to watch the Champions League online

By Tom Dutton

PSG vs Barcelona live stream: How to watch the Champions League online

Published: 10:30, 10 March 2021

Paris Saint-Germain will be looking to compile the misery on Barcelona in their Champions League last-16 second leg on Tuesday at 8pm (UK time).

Kylian Mbappe was the star of the show, scoring at hat-trick at the Nou Camp after Lionel Messi had given Barcelona the lead, with Moise Kean also finding the net for PSG in a 4-1 win.

How to live stream PSG vs Barcelona online:

UK: Subscribers can stream PSG vs Barcelona live online via the BT Sport app.

US: Fubo* are streaming a selection of Champions League fixtures live for account holders. Those without a Fubo account already can take advantage of their seven-day free trial by following the simple steps below.

  1. Click on this link.
  2. Click ‘Start Your Free Trial’ and enter your details.
  3. Log in and pick your desired channel to watch.

*Geo restrictions apply. Fubo is currently available in the United States, Canada and Spain. Packages and pricing differ per country.

How to watch PSG vs Barcelona on TV: 

UK: BT Sport 3

US: TUDN USA & Univision

Scoreline prediction: PSG 1-1 Barcelona (13/2)

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PSG vs Barcelona build-up, previous line-ups & injury news:

PSG continue on their quest to finally win the Champions League and they couldn’t really have made a better start in the first leg than they did against Barcelona, aside from conceding the one goal. Although they did follow that monumental win up with a 2-0 defeat to Monaco, PSG go into this game off the back of three consecutive victories. What’s more, those three victories have brought eight goals scored and none conceded.

Barcelona have also been on a good run since the defeat to PSG, although they are still haunted by the looming presence of yet another embarrassing Champions League exit. Drawing with Cadiz in their next game, Barcelona have won their past four matches across all competitions to move up to second in La Liga and reach the Copa del Rey final, overcoming a 2-0 first-leg deficit against Sevilla just last week.

  • PSG (vs Brest): Rico; Kehrer, Pereira, Diallo, Bakker; Paredes, Verratti, Herrera; Sarabia, Mbappe, Draxler.
  • Barcelona (vs Osasuna): Ter Stegen; Mingueza, Umtiti, Lenglet; Dest, Busquets, De Jong, Alba; Pedri; Messi, Griezmann.

PSG will once again be without Neymar for the visit of his former club with the Brazilian still yet to recover from injury. He is joined on the sidelines by Juan Bernat and Moise Kean but Alessandro Florenzi is expected to return to contention..

Barcelona, meanwhile, continue to miss Philippe Coutinho, Ansu Fati, Sergi Roberto, Ronald Araujo and Gerard Pique, with Jordi Alba now a doubt after coming off injured at the weekend.

‘Immense’ pressure to win Champions League at PSG

Former Paris Saint-Germain defender Thiago Silva has opened up on the “immense” burden of Qatar Sports Investment’s (QSI) Champions League dream.

The 36-year-old, who left PSG for Chelsea last summer, won 23 major honours in eight seasons at the Parc des Princes but said the entire campaign felt “s***” each time they failed to win the Champions League. Last season was the closest Silva and PSG had gone to finally winning Europe’s biggest club prize as they were narrowly beaten by Bayern Munich in the final in Portugal.

He said: “At PSG, the pressure to win a first Champions League [under QSI] is immense. The team works around this objective, not to win Ligue 1.

“It’s no use doing a clean sweep of the domestic titles, as we did a few times, but being knocked out in the last 16 or the last eight of Europe.

“It always seemed like if that happened, the whole season was s*** – it felt over once we exited the Champions League.”

Mauricio Pochettino now has the reins in Paris and says he has found the Champions League to be an “obsession” for the club.

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