Barcelona v Manchester United: Champions League final preview
Thursday 26 May 2011
Wembley will host the Champions League final between Barcelona and Manchester United this Saturday.
Ahead of the hugely anticipated game between the champions of England and Spain, we bring you everything you need to know about the final.
For the squads, past finals, facts, figures and the routes to the final, simply click the links below...
The pair have been in a combined total of 10 finals, meeting each other in 2009.
We assess who Alex Ferguson has at his disposal.
We all know about Lionel Messi, Xavi and Andres Iniesta, but what about the rest.
United's solid defence has been the foundation of their progress.
Arsenal and Real Madrid were among those that failed to stop the Catalans.
Head-to-head, Champions League records and how Barcelona can lift Spain above the rest.
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