Xavi’s side are grappling with a rare adventure in Europe’s second-largest club competition and will therefore be intent on winning it, amid a difficult period on and off the pitch.
Despite being among the tournament favourites, the coach said before the match: “I don’t consider us one of the favourites.
“We don’t know the competition and we’ve never won it. The favorites are those who have already won it. Sevilla are more the favourites, that’s for sure. We did nothing. We are just in a positive dynamic.
With kick-off at 8pm GMT, here are the details to tune in…
Where to watch Barcelona vs Galatasaray
TV channel: The match will be shown live on BT Sport 3, with the broadcast starting at 8.15pm once their coverage of Sevilla v West Ham has finished.
Direct: BT Sport subscribers will also be able to watch the action online via the BT Sport website or app.