FC Barcelona has its back to the wall in the Champions League. FC Brugge, on the other hand, can make the sensation perfect.

It’s getting serious for FC Barcelona!

The team around Robert Lewandowski will face Inter Milan on Wednesday evening in the second leg of the Champions League. For the Catalans, a win is a must in this match. Coach Xavi’s team has its back to the wall.

Champions League: Barcelona under pressure against Inter

That’s because Barca’s defeat at the Nerazzurri a week ago means they are only third in Group C with three points. Inter, with six points, is second behind the leaders, who can book their place in the last 16 at Viktoria Plzen at the same time.

Second place in the group will most likely be awarded between Inter and Barcelona. If they lose again, it is highly unlikely that the Spanish runners-up will reach the last 16.

The situation looks better for Liverpool FC in Group A. Jürgen Klopp’s team is currently second in Group A. However, the Reds should make sure they win the second leg at Glasgow Rangers.

SSC Napoli and Ajax Amsterdam will meet at 6.45 pm. The Dutch are looking for revenge after the defeat in the first leg and want to keep their chance of reaching the last 16 alive.

And what is FC Brugge doing? The Belgians have been the surprise team of the group stage so far, winning all three games in Bayer Leverkusen’s Group B, including the first leg against Atlético Madrid. The Belgians could perfect their sensational entry into the last 16 in Madrid.

Champions League: All matches on Wednesday at a glance

SSC Napoli – Ajax Amsterdam 6.45 p.m.
Atlético Madrid – FC Brugge 6.45pm
Glasgow Rangers – Liverpool FC 21.00
Bayer Leverkusen – FC Porto 21.00
FC Barcelona – Inter Milan 21.00
Viktoria Pilsen – FC Bayern Munich 21.00
Tottenham Hotspur – Eintracht Frankfurt 21.00
Sporting Lisbon – Olympique Marseille 21.00