Barcelona vs PSV live streaming
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Match: Barcelona vs PSV
Competition: Champions League
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Barcelona vs PSV live streaming: TV listings
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Barcelona vs PSV live streaming: Match preview
After years of watching their biggest rivals lifting this trophy, Barcelona are more determined than ever to win back the European title.
Last season, despite the fact they won La Liga and the Copa del Rey, was seen as underwhelming and Ernesto Valverde is under huge pressure to deliver in Europe.
Barcelona have won all of their games so far this season so will they extend that run here?
PSV, are also former European Cup winners but are just glad to be back amongst the elite.
Last season PSV won back their Dutch league title and had to get past BATE Borisov in the play off round to get here.
They too have made an unbelievable start to the season so something will have to give at Camp Nou.