As the UEFA Champions League proceeds to the tournament’s 4th game week, Group G will see Barcelona will host Dynamo Kyiv on their ground, Camp Nou, on Wednesday night, 4th November 2020. The match between the two sides will be kicking off by immediately 21:00.
The Spanish football team, Barcelona, is leading their group with 6 points after defeating Juventus, who followed them on the same table in the 3rd round of the tournament. They are looking forward to adding Dynamo Kyiv on the list, who takes the 3rd place of the table in the same group with a point they got from the stalemate played with Ferencvaros in the last match.
The game between Barcelona and Juventus was played on Wednesday, 28th October, which led to a shameful defeat to Juventus. They were defeated at home, playing two goals without reply from the host.
In the game, Barça pressed their opponent with 59% with nine shots on goal, out of which four were on target. Dembélé of Barcelona was the goal opener of the match who scored the first goal in the 14th minute of the game before Messi added another goal through a penalty kick in the 91st minute, while Juventus, on the other hand, had eight attempts on goal, out of each which one was on target.
Dynamo Kiyv locked horns with Ferencvaros on Wednesday, 28th October, on Groupama Aréna, which led to a stalemate between the two sides. In the tough 90 minutes game between the teams, Dynamo Kyiv managed 49% ball possession with four attempts on goal, out of which three were on target. Tsygankov of Dynamo was the goal opener of the match scoring in the 28th minute through a penalty kick. De Pena added the second goal in the 41st minute. Nguen and Bi Sylvestre Franck Fortune Boli were the ones who scored for Ferencvarosi in the 59th and 90th minute of the game, respectively.
Taking a brief look at their head-to-head statistics in their last two games, Barça had won the two matches, leaving none for their opponent.
In their last meeting in December 2009, Barcelona defeated Dynamo Kyiv at home, playing two goals against 1.
Looking at the two teams’ form guide, Barcelona has won three matches and lost two matches in their last five matches, while Dynamo Kyiv has won 2 matches, drawn two, and lost 1 in their last five matches.
The host had played 37 matches in the last 12 months, out of which they had won 23 games, drawn six and lost eight games while the visiting team had clashed with about 43 teams in the last year, they had won 24 matches, drawn 11 and lost eight matches.
Barcelona’s coach, Ronald Koeman, will be selecting a squad to do the job ahead of them, excluding Philippe Coutinho against Dynamo due to his hamstring injury. At the same time, Mircea Lucescu’s men are all ready to combat Barça except Volodymyr Kostevych due to his Meniscus injury.
According to the statistics above, we think Barcelona should add Dynamo to their victory list on Wednesday, playing three goals without a Dynamo reply.
We predict a match odd of 1.17 for Barcelona to win, 23.00 for Dynamo Kyiv to win, and 9.70 for a stalemate between the two sides.