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FC Barcelona News: 20 April 2015; Andres Iniesta Fit to Face Paris Saint-Germain, Barça B Lose to Numancia

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In focus: Messi's changing role -
After Lionel Messi scored his 400th goal for FC Barcelona on Saturday in a vital 2-0 win against Valencia CF, looks at how the Argentinian's role in the Catalan side has changed since he scored his first goal for the club, just under a decade ago.

Iniesta gets medical clearance and will be ready for Paris Saint-Germain | FC Barcelona
Andrés Iniesta has received medical clearance. The midfielder is now available for Luis Enrique, having recovered from severe contusion suffered during the first leg of the Champions League quarter-finals versus Paris Saint-Germain at Parc des Princes. Both he and the rest of the available first-team players worked out on Monday morning, one day prior to the return leg.

Suárez and Cavani lead Uruguayan challenge -
The Uruguay pair were destined to cross paths again, Suárez scoring in Barça's 3-1 victory over Paris on matchday six before the quarter-final prompted yet another reunion. Cavani came into last week's first leg with six UEFA Champions League goals for the season compared with Suárez's four, but the Barça man drew level at the Parc des Princes with a fine second-half double.

Alves rules out parking the bus | FC Barcelona
Dani Alves missed the game in Paris against PSG because of suspension, but he is available again for the return leg at the Camp Nou on Tuesday and in an exclusive interview he talks about how the team have to approach the game, insisting: "it’s an important advantage we’re taking into the match, but it’s not decisive and certainly not definitive".

CL refs confirmed | Football Espana
Norway’s Svein Oddvar Moen has been named the referee for Barcelona’s game against Paris Saint-Germain while Felix Brych of Germany gets Atletico Madrid’s visit to Real Madrid. Barca lead 3-1 from the first leg in France and Oddvar Moen has been deputised to take charge of the return, his fourth time with the whistle at Camp Nou.

When and where to watch the Champions League match between FC Barcelona and Paris Saint-Germain | FC Barcelona
The Champions League match between FC Barcelona and Paris Saint-Germain is being shown in different countries and on different channels. But don’t worry if it’s not available in your country, because you can always listen to our live English commentary on Radio Barça. You can also follow our minute by minute coverage as well as the team and player stats on Barça's official website.

How FC Barcelona's Ter Stegen has been preparing for Paris Saint-Germain | FC Barcelona
FC Barcelona goalkeeper Marc-André ter Stegen has been diligently preparing for the return leg of the UEFA Champions League quarter-finals against Paris Saint-Germain at Camp Nou on Tuesday at 8.45pm CET. Well aware of PSG’s great offensive potential, Ter Stegen has been working out to the maximum with goalkeeping coach José Ramón de la Fuente and fellow goalkeepers Claudio Bravo and Jordi Masip.

Key PSG midfielder Thiago Motta not fit to face Barcelona -
Paris Saint-Germain will travel to Barcelona without key midfielder Thiago Motta as the club chases a dramatic comeback at Camp Nou. The Brazilian was sidelined with a hamstring injury as Luis Enrique's men thrashed PSG 3-1 in their Champions League quarterfinal first leg.

Braida's Barcelona Reus talks are big news in Spain - Sport Witness
Claims that Marco Reus' agent has been speaking to Ariedo Braida have made big news in Spain. The head of Barcelona's technical committee, and therefore the man in charge of transfers, apparently met Reus' agents in Barcelona last week. Before that, Reus' agents are said to have travelled to speak to Real Madrid.

Messi's 400th goal and Bravo's penalty kick save, as seen by the fans | FC Barcelona
Check out the best videos taken from the fans at Camp Nou of the game's two biggest plays.

UCL quarter-final and and city derby up ahead | FC Barcelona
With two big wins against PSG and Valencia under their belts, the team take on the Parisians in the second leg of the Champions League quarter-finals at the Camp Nou on Tuesday, as another big week begins. Four days after PSG’s visit, Barça travel to city rivals Espanyol to defend their lead at the top of the league.

#360business: How watchmaker Maurice Lacroix entered football with bumper Barcelona deal - Business of Sport |
Sport360 recently caught up with Stephane Waser, managing director at Maurice Lacroix, to discover how the luxury watchmaker’s foray into football with FC Barcelona is going.

Andy Murray loves watching FC Barcelona play | FC Barcelona
The Scottish tennis player, visiting Barcelona, said he was delighted to take in a game: "I love watching [Barça]. They're just a great team to watch, I really enjoy the way that they play. I watch the English Premier League when I'm travelling and I love watching the Spanish League too. It's great to be here," he said.

Numancia-Barça B: Hard work gets no reward (1-0) | FC Barcelona
Munir, Sandro and Halilovic all came close early on as the B team pushed for the opener, but it was Numancia who took the lead, when Gaffoor headed home from a corner on 21 minutes. Sergi Enrich nearly doubled the lead from another corner before the break and then a deflected shot was well saved by the home keeper to keep Numancia ahead.

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