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Barcelona v Man Utd football tips: Our 25/1 #BetYourWay



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Here are Will Rook's football tips for Barcelona v Manchester United on Tuesday.


Barcelona (-1) to win

Barcelona are unbeaten in their last 15 matches in all competitions at the Nou Camp, and have covered the -1 handicap in all three of their home wins in the Champions League this season.

Ernesto Valverde was able to make 10 changes to his side at the weekend, whereas injuries and suspensions meant that United were forced to field 10 of the players that featured in the first leg against West Ham on Saturday.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side have lost their last three away games, and will surely find another miracle comeback is beyond them.

Both teams to score                                                                                                        

Barcelona have scored in all 24 of their home games this season, and put five past Lyon in the previous round.

United have only failed to score once in 24 away matches in all competitions, and managed to score three at Paris Saint-Germain in the last 16.

Lionel Messi to score first

Messi set up the winning goal at Old Trafford last week despite an average performance by his standards, but can go one better on Tuesday.

The Argentine has netted at least one in nine of his last 10 appearances at the Nou Camp, scoring the opening goal in four of his last six games.

Ashley Young to be carded

Young was sent off against Wolves in his last away game and has been booked 12 times in his 35 appearances this season.

He was lucky to escape without a caution in the first leg at Old Trafford last week after a heavy challenge on Philippe Coutinho after just five minutes, and could easily be caught out again.


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