"Last year they caused us a lot of problems so we need to be careful".
Gracenote believes Arsenal (96%) are the side most likely to progress to the Europa League knockout stages, closely followed by Athletic Bilbao, Villarreal and Dynamo Kiev.
Paulo Dybala scored a brace against Barcelona, when the two sides met in the Champions League quarterfinal first leg in Turin, last season. At its best, the kind of elite, high-up-the-pitch pressing we saw at the Camp Nou on Saturday needs to be like a fishing net with every strand moving in tandem, linked and coordinated, almost choreographed.
Barca have not won the Champions League since they beat Juventus in 2015 and Dembele will aim to help them claim a sixth title. Antonio Conte will be looking to lead them through a tough group.
Last season, at the quarter-final stage, Barcelona exited the competition losing the tie 3-0 on aggregate.
Of Messi, there is nothing more to say, he remains one of the great joys of the modern game.
Sergi Roberto is set to be available in the game against Juventus, Sport write. This is the fourth time they've been grouped together in Champions League play, and the first since 2000. "I think the club are doing really well in this regard". I think it possible that Juventus can win this game and given the price we are getting, I think it is worth the wager.
Jan Oblak has been a beast between the sticks for Atletico Madrid.
The club captain is a technically limited player - explaining his failure to earn a single cap for Spain - but his lion-hearted mentality and tactical awareness have made him the perfect player for his manager, who has very much treated Gabi as his right-hand man on the field of play.
On Saturday night against Chievo, he came on ten minutes into the second half with the scoreline on 1-0 for Juventus after a somewhat uninspired first half.
Claudio Marchisio is making good progress on his knee injury, but the tie will come too soon for him, he'll be back on the 27 of September.
Thomas Partey could be Gabi's like for like replacement.
The Bianconeri start their Group D campaign at Barcelona's Nou Camp tonight having lost last season's final in Wales. The instant that possession was turned over, you could count to five, and the majority of the time, one of Valverde's players would have the ball back by the time you reached "five". But if Europa League was any sort of measure, they should be fine.