UEFA’s UEFA EURO 2016 qualifying round begins on Saturday with La Liga clubs Monaco and Barcelona taking on the same clubs in the quarterfinals.
The tie-breaker for each game is the best team in the group stage.
Here is a look at the matchups and which matches might interest you.1.
Monaco vs. Barcelona1.1 Monaco vs Barcelona (Mar 26)Monaco have been in the running for a spot in the final since the quarterfinal stages of the Europa League last year, but were knocked out in the opening round by Barcelona.
This time, the Ligue 1 champions are a team that have not lost a competitive game in the competition, winning four out of their last five.
Barcelona have won six of their past eight matches against Monaco, and they have not won since December 2013.
It is Monaco’s longest unbeaten streak in La Liga and their best home winning streak in more than two decades.
Monaco are unbeaten in their last 11 meetings against Barcelona, winning three of them.
Barça have been beaten by Barcelona four times in five competitions this season, winning twice in the last three matches.
This will be the first time since the 2010-11 season that the teams meet in the semi-finals of the Champions League.
Monaco have won four of their previous five games against Barcelona and are unbeaten at home in the Champions Leagues this season.2.
Barcelona vs. Monaco2.1 Barcelona vs Monaco (Mar 27)It is a rematch of the 2-2 draw that saw Barcelona beat Monaco 2-1 on aggregate in the second round of the UEFA Europa League.
The first half was not particularly entertaining as the teams went through the motions, with Barcelona taking advantage of Monaco’s defensive frailties.
Monaco, however, were not quite up to par in the first half, allowing the hosts to score a goal to level the match at 1-1.
Afterward, Monaco went on to beat Real Sociedad 2-0 on aggregate.
This was the first of a three-match home leg in the round of 16 and will be a rematch against Barcelona.
Barcelona beat Barcelona 2-3 on aggregate at Camp Nou in the 2014-15 season, with Neymar scoring in the win.3.
LaLiga Matchday 2: Monaco v.
Barcelona3.1 LaL.liga Matchday 22: Barcelona vs Barcelona3 (Mar 29)This will be Barcelona’s first appearance in the Europa Leagues since 2010-12.
The side is now 12 points adrift of Barcelona for first place in LaLigas top flight standings, but their chances of advancing are slim.
After beating Real Madrid 1-0 in the 2011-12 UEFA Champions League semi-final first leg, Barcelona went on a three game unbeaten run that ended with a 2- 1 win at the Bernabeu.
Barcelona’s only win over Real Sociead came in the 2012-13 season, but they have struggled to keep up the form in recent years.
The club have not been without an injury crisis this season and are missing Messi for this game.4.
La Liga MatchDay 1: Barcelona v.
Real Sociese4.1 The first leg will be held in Madrid.
The teams will meet in an opening game at the Camp Nou, with the winner taking on Sevilla in the third leg.
Real Madrid defeated Barcelona 4-1 in the 2009-10 UEFA Champions Leaguer and have won nine of their 14 games in the league this season with Messi scoring in all of them (all wins against Barcelona).
The Spanish giants have only lost once in the tie-break, in the 2006-07 campaign.
Messi is not available for this match as he is out with a thigh injury, so he will not be available to face Barcelona.5.
La ligas final: Barcelona (March 30)This is the final of the first leg between the clubs.
The home side will be hoping to bounce back from their defeat in the 2015-16 UEFA Europa Leaguers final.
Barcelona have not taken part in a match in the UEFA Champions league since May 2018.
The Spanish champions are unbeaten this season in all competitions, winning 11 out of 15 league games.
They will also be without Neymar for this tie-away as he injured his thigh in the Copa del Rey final.
The two teams have met five times in the past 10 years and will also face each other in the 2019-20 UEFA Europa Cup final in the Santiago Bernabeuel.6.
La Segunda final: Real Socioes (April 2)This was Real Societas last game of the season and will see the Spanish side take on their former club, who have been relegated to the second division for the last few seasons.
The match will be played in the Campo Grande, which is the largest indoor stadium in the region, which hosts the La Liga finals.
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