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Barcelona

Bayern

20.45 CET
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Graham Hunter, Camp Nou: Beyond that we have ex Barça President Augustí Montal - the man who commissioned the piece of music we've just heard, the music now known as El Himno de Barça which famously ends '... Barça, BarÇA.... BARÇA!!"
Graham Hunter, Camp Nou: At least until the match starts the VIP box in the Camp Nou is always a fascinating sight. Today we have Spain coach Vicente Del Bosque and Germany coach Joachim Löw - the last two World Cup winning managers.
FC Barcelona pennantThe players are out on the pitch and the two captains – Barcelona's Andrés Iniesta and Bayern's Philipp Lahm – will now toss a coin to decide who kicks off as well as exchanging club pennants, such as the one pictured.
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Camp Nou preparationsThe players are now in the tunnel now (pictured earlier tonight) ahead of making their way onto the pitch.
Graham Hunter, Camp Nou: You'd not expect this to precisely petrify a side as bristling with talent and experience as Bayern but they'll be dressed all in white tonight - a visual reminder of Real Madrid CF and no doubt an incentive to the Camp Nou crowd to be still more noisy and partisan.
Luis Suárez (FC Barcelona)Adam Summerton, match commentator on Matchday Live:
Barcelona's front three are potentially the greatest forward line the game has ever seen. People asked whether they could play together, first when Lionel Messi and Neymar were paired, and then again when Luis Suárez joined. They can play together, when players are this good they can always play together.

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Robert Lewandowski (FC Bayern München)Robert Lewandowski, who opened the scoring against Dortmund, completed the 120 minutes despite suffering concussion and breaking his nose and jaw and here he is pictured warming up for tonight's match in a protective mask.
Graham Hunter, Camp Nou: Just as this happens, and the crowd begin to applaud the sight, the famous UEFA Champions League trophy [Aka the Cup with the Big Ears] appears on the touchline as it's passed from broadcaster to broadcaster in their temporary 'studios' next to the pitch.
Graham Hunter, Camp Nou: Nice moment for the Catalan fans there. Bayern have long departed the pitch after their warm up. But the Barça players go in the 'huddle' where, at best, one or two unifying phrases are shouted.
Barcelona-Bayern See goals by Arjen Robben, Lionel Messi, Seydou Keita, Stefan Effenberg and Alexander Zickler from classic previous encounters between Barcelona and Bayern.
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Thiago Alcántara (FC Bayern München)Thiago Alcántara (pictured), whose brother Rafinha plays for the Catalans, netted seven goals in 68 Liga games for Barcelona between 2009 and 2013 having come through the club's youth ranks before a transfer to Bayern and he starts in their midfield tonight.
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Barcelona

Bayern

1
ter Stegen (GK)
3
Piqué
14
Mascherano
18
Jordi Alba
22
Daniel Alves
4
Rakitić
5
Busquets
8
Iniesta (C)
9
Suárez
10
Messi
11
Neymar
1
Neuer (GK)
5
Benatia
13
Rafinha
17
Boateng
18
Bernat
21
Lahm (C)
3
Xabi Alonso
6
Thiago Alcántara
31
Schweinsteiger
9
Lewandowski
25
Müller

Bench

13
Bravo (GK)
15
Bartra
21
Adriano
23
Vermaelen
6
Xavi Hernández
12
Rafinha
7
Pedro Rodríguez
23
Reina (GK)
4
Dante
8
Javi Martínez
16
Gaudino
19
Götze
30
Weiser
14
Pizarro

Coach

Luis Enrique (ESP)

Josep Guardiola (ESP)

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UEFA Champions League

Semi-finals

06 May 2015, 20:45 CET

Nicola Rizzoli

Referee

Nicola Rizzoli (ITA)

Assistant referees

Elenito Di Liberatore (ITA)

Mauro Tonolini (ITA)

Fourth official

Gianluca Cariolato (ITA)

Additional assistant referees

Luca Banti (ITA)

Antonio Damato (ITA)

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