Champions League holders Barcelona travel to Germany on Saturday evening to face Wolfsburg in the second leg of their Women’s Champions League semi-final tie.
The Catalans already hold a vast 5-1 aggregate lead from the first leg after blowing their opponents away in front of another record crowd at Camp Nou last week.
Wolfsburg are two-time winners of this competition, as well as three-time runners-up, yet were made to look distinctly average during that game. The Germans are up against it to turn things around, but are expecting their own bumper crowd.
This is everything you nee to know about the game…
When is kick off? Saturday 30 April, 17:00 (BST)
Where is the match being played? Volkswagen Arena
TV channel/live stream? DAZN UEFA Women’s Champions League YouTube (worldwide)
Highlights? DAZN UEFA Women’s Champions League YouTube
Referee? Cheryl Foster (WAL)
Rebecka Blomqvist has been sidelined for the next few weeks with an ankle injury she suffered in the first leg, having come on as late substitute.
The influential Lena Oberdorf is also still missing for the She Wolves.
Lieke Martens remains sidelined, but Asisat Oshoala and Mariona Caldentey will be hoping for more minutes after both appearing off the bench in the first leg following injury layoffs.
Jana Fernandez and Bruna Vilamala are also still missing.
Wolfsburg (4-2-3-1): Schult; Wedemeyer, Hendrich, Janssen, Rauch; Roord, Lattwein; Jonsdottir, Huth, Popp; Wassmuth.
Barcelona (4-3-3): Panos; Torrejon, Paredes, Leon, Ouahabi; Bonmati, Guijarro, Putellas; Caldentey, Hermoso, Pina.
Barcelona already have one foot in a second successive Champions League final and no one would reasonably expect them not to finish the job off here.
In a run that stretches back to last season, Barcelona have won 45 consecutive competitive matches. They have already wrapped up the Spanish title in spectacular fashion and remain on course for a second successive treble.
It might not be as one-sided as the first leg, but Wolfsburg won’t be able to live with them.
Prediction: Wolfsburg 0-2 Barcelona (Wolfsburg 1-7 Barcelona Agg.)