Barcelona will look to make the semi-final of the Europa League by beating Eintracht Frankfurt in this quarterfinal return leg after their 1-1 draw in Germany.
Xavi Hernandez has made them one of the most-improved clubs in the world in recent months and if he wins a trophy at the helm, it would be a nice cherry on the cake.
The Catalans have been lucky with the in-form Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang who joined them unexpectedly from Arsenal in January and has been scoring goals for fun.
The striker will look to get another one in this game, but as they found out in the first leg, Frankfurt will not be pushovers and they will fight to ensure they get something from this match.
The Germans have not won any of their last five matches and they even got beaten 2-1 at the weekend, but when they face tough opponents they bring out their bests.
Barca has not lost any of their last ten matches and they won eight of those games which will boost their confidence ahead of this game.