Where to Watch Barcelona vs PSG Live

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Despite the away goals advantage from the first leg, Barcelona aren’t as big of a favorite in the second leg of their Champions League quarterfinal clash with Paris Saint-Germain due to the uncertainty of the fitness of their biggest star, which might make the encounter a much more equal one, which we’re here to help you watch if you don’t know and don’t have where to do it.

In the first leg last week, the two teams ended the match in a 2-2 draw. Barcelona scored first through Lionel Messi, while PSG equalized through Zlatan Ibrahimovic, scoring a goal that should have been disallowed. Barcelona went up with a late penalty goal by Xavi, but Blaise Matuidi, who won’t be playing in the second leg, scored a 94th minute equalizer.

The home side played once in the league since that match, beating Mallorca 5-0, keeping their comfortable league at the top of the Spanish La Liga. Lionel Messi, with 8 goals this season in the competition, might not be playing. Jordi Alba is the only other Barcelona player with more than one goal in the Champions League this campaign, scoring twice.

PSG won their next match as well, beating Rennes 2-0, giving them a 7 point lead at the top of the table with 7 matches left to play. Unlike Barcelona, their top scorer in the competition, Ezequiel Lavezzi, isn’t in doubt of playing, scoring 5 goals so far.

Where to Watch – The best links are usually offered by VIPbox, giving us two links for this match – 1 & 2. Firstrow offer this link, but are bound to upload more closer to match-time. Other reliable options are LivesoccerTV and LiveTV.ru.