Are the wheels coming off already for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's Manchester United? After their surge in form under the Norwegian, Manchester United have lost two of their last four Premier League games. The Red Devils also lost the first leg of their Champion League quarterfinal first leg to Barcelona, 1-0.
Now, Solskjaer must oversee a second come from behind victory away from Old Trafford in the Champions League.
Barcelona, on the other hand, prepared for Manchester United having drawn nil-nil with La Liga's cellar dwellers Huesca at the weekend. Lionel Messi and Luis Suarez were rested and weren't even on the bench.
Does Manchester United have a chance at the Camp Nou?
There are bound to be montages of Manchester United's 1999 Champions League Final win at Camp Nou on British television in the build-up to Tuesday night's kickoff. But this year's Manchester United team is far from the talent Sir Alex Ferguson had at his disposal.
Barcelona had the chance to score further goals at Old Trafford a week ago. Their inefficiency in front of goal could come back to haunt them, especially with Manchester United already overcoming Paris Saint-Germain away from home in the previous round.
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Barcelona's stars should be well-rested for Tuesday night. Only goalkeeper Marc-Andre ter Stegen was included to the side for Saturday's draw with Huesca. The result was once again proof that Barcelona need Messi and Suarez in the side to gain victories.
Manchester United will be without Luke Shaw for the second leg due to suspension. His own goal is the difference in the scoreline, although it was harsh to award him an own goal for Barcelona's well-worked strike that should have been given to Suarez. Nemanja Matic, Alexis Sanchez, and Ander Herrera could all return from injury for the fixture.
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Messi was held scoreless in the first leg, but it will be difficult for Manchester United to limit him once more. The Argentine rose to the occasion against Lyon in the last round and there is a great chance he will do it again.
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If Manchester United want to overturn the tie, they must attack from the start. The Red Devils may get a goal, but it will also leave them open at the back. It was at this stage that Barcelona allowed four goals without reply against Roma last season.
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Manchester United must attack to go through. A single goal will force extra-time if they can shut out Barcelona in 90 minutes. Can the Red Devils defence step up as they did in Paris? It is difficult to believe they will be able to stop Messi and Suarez.
A goal for Barcelona will mean Manchester United need two. It seems like Manchester United have run out of some of the energy Solskjaer gave them when he took over.
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