Barcelona should get the better of a struggling Frankfurt side.
Barca will be hoping to have the tie in a strong position when the two teams meet at Camp Nou.
The Spanish club have also managed to keep clean sheets in four of their last five matches.
Pedri has been one of the driving forces behind Barcelona's revival.
The midfielder has netted two goals in his last three appearances.
He scored at the NEF Stadyumu to help send Barca into the quarter-finals.
Match preview: Eintracht Frankfurt vs FC Barcelona
Eintracht Frankfurt produced one of the most dramatic moments of the tournament as they scored a 120th-minute winner against Real Betis.
Betis looked like a strong shout to do well in the competition but Frankfurt managed to upset the apple cart by knocking them out.
The Spanish club also netted a late goal as they scored in the final minute of the 90 to send the tie to extra-time.
In the Bundesliga, the Germans are having an underwhelming season as they are down in 9th place.
However, Oliver Glasner's team are currently on a run of four unbeaten ahead of Thursday's tie.
FC Barcelona move into second in La Liga
FC Barcelona's revival continues to roll on with the Catalan club now up into 2nd place in La Liga.
Xavi's side produced a huge win on Sunday to defeat Sevilla 1-0.
Pedri netted a stunning solo goal to secure a massive three points.
However, they are still some way off Real Madrid who they trail by 12 points.
Barca showed great character in the last round to eliminate Galatasaray winning 2-1 in Turkey.
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