Barcelona will try to do the impossible on Wednesday, as they host Paris Saint-Germain in the second leg of the UEFA Champions League tie looking to turn around the 4-0 defeat in France.
Les Parisiens dominated the Catalan giants in the first leg, but Barcelona have since found some much-needed momentum. The task seems impossible, but Barcelona are one of the few teams that have the scoring potential to do so.
Here's everything you need to know about the upcoming clash.
Date: Wednesday, 8 March
Time: 7:45 p.m. GMT/2:45 p.m. ET
Venue: Camp Nou, Barcelona
TV Info: BT Sport 2 (UK), Fox Sports 1 (U.S.)
According to WhoScored.com, Jeremy Mathieu and Aleix Vidal are Barcelona's only absentees.
PSG travel to Spain with several question marks, as Angel Di Maria, Adrien Rabiot and Thiago Motta are doubts. Thiago Silva missed the first leg through injury, but he's expected to start on Wednesday.
Possible PSG XI: Kevin Trapp, Thomas Meunier, Marquinhos, Thiago Silva, Layvin Kurzawa, Marco Verratti, Adrien Rabiot, Blaise Matuidi, Angel Di Maria, Julian Draxler, Edinson Cavani
PSG's win over Barcelona in Paris was arguably the best performance any team has put together in Europe's top club competition this season—a dominant showing against one of the favourites for the title.
The 4-0 advantage is massive heading into the second leg, and overturning it seems almost impossible. As the Champions League's official Twitter account shared, scoring once against the Ligue 1 champions is tough enough as it is:
The Catalans have reasons for optimism, however. After a difficult period that culminated with manager Luis Enrique announcing he won't return next season, per Sport, Barcelona have rediscovered their form, scoring a combined 11 goals in their last two matches.
Against Celta Vigo, the Camp Nou even vocally backed Enrique after weeks of animosity. The fans expressed their belief a miracle is possible during the match, and afterwards, Enrique did the same.
Per the club's official website, he said: "Against PSG we will have the chance to get back into the tie, and we'll keep going until the very last breath. We know that the fans will be behind us, and we have reason to believe. We'll try to create the kind of atmosphere where the supporters can help us more than usual."
The trio of Messi, Neymar and Suarez packs arguably more scoring potential than any group of players in the world. Scoring four goals against elite opposition isn't out of the question for the Blaugrana.
Not conceding will be the bigger issue, however. PSG found all kinds of success out wide in the first leg, particularly through Meunier, and Cavani is in the form of his life.
A spectacular outing filled with goals seems likely, but don't expect the La Liga giants to pull this one off.
Prediction: Barcelona 3-1 PSG