Spanish champions Barcelona will host underdogs Celtic on Wednesday evening at Camp Nou in the Champions League group stage finale.
Neymar and company have already secured a berth in the Round of 16, but Wednesday's match could determine whether the Catalan giants advance as Group H winners or runners-up. Meanwhile, Neil Lennon's Celtic side have already been eliminated after dropping four of their first five matches.
Nonetheless, Gerardo Martino's starting XI are sure come out firing and looking to stun their overmatched opponents.
With kickoff fast approaching, let's get you ready with every piece of critical information you'll need ahead of Wednesday's Group H finale.
When: Wednesday, Dec. 11 at 2:45 p.m. ET, 7:45 p.m. GMT
Where: Camp Nou, Barcelona
Watch: Fox Sports (U.S.), Sky Sports (U.K.)
Last-Minute Match Forecast*
Barcelona: 83.1 percent
Celtic: 3.7 percent
Draw: 13.2 percent
*Odds according to Bloomberg Sports.
Group H Breakdown
|Champions League Group H|
Regardless of how Celtic fare on Wednesday, the Scottish Premiership champions are headed home early. However, Barcelona can drop from No. 1 in Group H to No. 2 if they lose and Milan beat Ajax at the San Siro.
A draw or win versus the Hoops would see Barca through to the knockout stage as Group H winners.
The odds are definitely in the home team's favor on Wednesday, though. Barcelona have scored five times as many goals as Celtic through five games in Group H and have conceded just once in two Champions League home games.
On top of that, Celtic have yet to score a single goal in two previous Group H away matches.
Revisiting Match No. 1
Although Barcelona won the first meeting with Celtic by only one goal, it would be fair to say that the European powerhouse put on a passing clinic at Celtic Park.
A Lionel Messi-less Barca squad retained the ball for 82 percent of the match and outshot their opponents 13-5 in the 1-0 victory. Cesc Fabregas scored the game-winning goal in the 75th minute, but it was Neymar who earned Man of the Match honors after recording five shots and completing nearly 90 percent of his passes.
According to WhoScored.com, Barca fired two more shots from inside Celtic's 18-yard box than the Hoops had all together. But that isn't an overwhelming number considering the Hoops played the final 30-plus minutes a man down after Scott Brown was sent off with a red card.
Martino knows his side will need to be better in order to prevail on Wednesday, per ESPN FC:
This is an important game in all aspects - we have to finish top, we have to win and put in a good performance. For us, every game is tough and each one has consequences.
We have to be accurate and fast in our build-up and in moving the ball around. We'll be playing in a 30-yard strip of pitch and we need to keep up the pressing too to stop Celtic hitting us on the break.
Barca will have to execute Martino's game plan without Messi, Fabregas, Victor Valdes or Dani Alves on Wednesday, though, as all four are set to miss the match because of injury or suspension.
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