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“Of course Barcelona have the quality to be at their best in a game,” he was quoted in Marca yesterday.“But I think Bayern would have to make a lot of mistakes and do a lot of things badly to lose to this Barcelona.”Barcelona have won only two of their 10 games against Bayern and manager Quique Setien would inevitably come under scrutiny if they fall to the Bundesliga giants on Friday.While Bayern do look favourites, Matthaus believes the fact that the tie is over one leg, rather than the usual two because of the re-organisation caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, means that the form book could go out of the window.“In a one-off game, things can happen. You do something bad and you’re out. You can correct these things in two-legged ties,” he said.Barcelona’s Sergi Roberto suggested the pressure will be off the Catalans, having reached their objective of arriving in Lisbon for the climax of the tournament.“We don’t know what we’ll need against Bayern,” he said. “But we’re going to prepare for the game and see their weaknesses. Our goal was to be in Lisbon and now we are.”Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Bayern Munich would have to drastically under-perform to lose to Barcelona in their next UEFA Champions League quarterfinal game in Lisbon, according to their former midfielder Lothar Matthaus.The Bavarians strolled into the last eight by thrashing Chelsea 7-1 on aggregate while Barcelona were 4-2 aggregate winners against Napoli.The clash of the clubs with five titles each in the competition is the standout tie of the four one-legged quarterfinals, but Matthaus sees only one likely outcome.
For the fourth time in six games this season, the Wisconsin football team trotted out a different offensive line combination to start a game.This time, Walker Williams started at right guard and redshirt freshman Beau Benzschawel started at tackle in the first game he was available this season.“I think, for the most part, the offensive line has done a great job of sticking together,” quarterback Joel Stave said. “Especially at the right side. They’ve kind of been shuffled around a little bit.”Bumbaca: Gaglianone, offense take 2015 season off life supportRedemption is best served piping hot, and Rafael Gaglianone served a steaming plate of it to a crowd of 89,886 Read…The season started with redshirt freshman Micah Kapoi at right guard and Williams at right tackle. When Williams went down with an ankle injury, redshirt sophomore Hayden Biegel hopped in, platooning time with redshirt freshman Jacob Maxwell.The ability to mix and match nearly every week has impressed Stave.“The offensive line has done a great job rolling with the injuries, rolling with the ups and downs and staying consistent,” Stave said.But now Benzschawel, who was on track to earn the starting job before a knee injury cost him the majority of fall camp, looks to have earned his spot back.UW head coach Paul Chryst complimented Benzschawel’s work ethic during his time off, which got him in good enough shape to play the full 60 minutes.“Beau did a nice job of all the work prior to it, so that he was able to go the distance,” Chryst said.Center Dan Voltz sprained his left ankle on the last Wisconsin play during scrimmage Saturday. If he can’t play against Purdue this week, expect redshirt freshman Michael Deiter to slide in and play center (something he did all of spring ball) and Kapoi and Williams to man the guard positions.In that scenario, Stave said, he’d definitely be comfortable taking snaps from Deiter, although he’s never worked with him in-game.As for how this unit is capable of handling it, Chryst said the majority of the line’s inexperience helps.“A lot of this group doesn’t know any different, and so, how are they handling it? They don’t have the comparative to it,” Chryst said. “And I think that that’s just the hand you’re dealt, and I think the guys have been helpful to each other.”