Barcelona will be looking to achieve something positive on Tuesday night when they take on Dynamo Kyiv in the UEFA Champions League.

The La Liga outfit are in all sorts of disarray at the moment as a mixture of poor performances and injuries have cost the Blaugrana dearly this season.

A defeat to Atletico Madrid that was compounded by the long-term injuries that both Sergi Roberto and Gerard Pique both picked up was the latest blotch on their current campaign that has been riddled with problems.

However, Ronald Koeman’s side have a good record in the UEFA Champions League at the minute, thus there will be some confidence amongst the squad that they can get a positive result when they play at the Olimpiyskiy Stadium on Tuesday. That record might be something that can be taken advantage of in betting circles, as those that like a high roller casino may particularly enjoy the chances that the Blaugrana have of coming out of this tie with the win and three points.

Although they will likely face a difficult challenge in Ukraine, Barcelona will know that a win will mean they can seal qualification to the knockout rounds of the competition. But, they will need to be at their best.

The last meeting between the two sides ended with a tight 2-1 victory for the Spaniards, however they did not have the easiest of times against the Ukrainian outfit when playing at the Camp Nou.

Indeed, with the squad issues that Koeman has, the Catalans could find themselves in deep trouble if they do not play to their best. Bettors could also be in trouble if they do not find the best bookmakers or casino online to place wagers that offer them the best rewards.

As mentioned, Pique and Roberto were both injured in their last outing in the La Liga defeat to Atletico Madrid, whilst individuals such as Ansu Fati and Sergio Busquets are both out of the game.

Samuel Umtiti and Ronald Araujo may also be unavailable for the contest at the Olimpiyskiy Stadium on Tuesday as the duo are struggling with their own fitness issues at the moment and that could see Frenkie de Jong have to play further back and partner Clement Lenglet in defence.

Injured: Gerard Pique, Ansu Fati, Sergi Roberto, Sergio Busquets, Ronald Araujo

Doubtful: Samuel Umtiti

Here is the Barcelona side that Koeman could look to use when they play against Dynamo Kyiv on Tuesday.

Barcelona Predicted XI (4-2-3-1): Marc-Andre ter Stegen; Sergino Dest, Clement Lenglet, Frenkie de Jong, Jordi Alba; Miralem Pjanic, Riqui Puig; Ousmane Dembele, Philippe Coutinho, Francisco Trincao; Lionel Messi