YOU don't often get Barcelona at 1-2 at home so grab it while you can.
The Spanish champions elect are in the driving seat for their Champions League return against Chelsea after nabbing an away goals at Stamford Bridge.
Chelsea played better than expected in the first leg but one mistake led to Lionel Messi's equaliser and they're likely to pay with a last-16 exit.
Chelsea's domestic form continues to suffer and they lost to Man United and Man City before beating Crystal Palace at the weekend.
Barca have lost just once this season and won 18 of 21 at home.
That's why Chelsea are as big as 7-1 at bet365 to win and 7-2 at Marathonbet to qualify.
Lionel Messi scored for the first time in nine attempts against the Blues in the first leg and is 4-5 at Winner to net again and a tempting 14-5 with McBookie to strike first.
The Argentine maestro was rested for Saturday's win at Malaga but before that netted five times in four games.
Luis Suarez is ever dangerous and is 10-11 at Paddy Power to score at any time.
Barca's defensive record at home is good and there's a chance they could win to nil at 31-20 with McBookie.
But best could be Barca and over 2.5 goals at 21-10 with Ladbrokes – and that will see them into the last eight even if Chelsea snatch an away goal.
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- Messi to score
- Messi to score first
- Barca & over 2.5 goals