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Two own goals from the Giallorossi helped Barca clinch a hefty victory at the Camp Nou last week, while Gerard Pique and Luis Suarez aided the hosts’ romp despite falling short of their best.

Roma’s first trip to the Champions League quarter-finals in 10 years is at risk of ending unless they can do something they’ve never done in Europe’s top competition—advance from a knockout fixture after losing the first leg.

That being said, Rome is sure to feel like hostile territory to Tuesday’s visitors, who likely won’t be able to rely on another batch of own goals to lead them on their way.

Read on for a breakdown of all the viewing information needed to watch Tuesday’s Champions League showdown in Rome, along with a match preview.

Date: Tuesday, April 10

Time: 7:45 p.m. BST/2:45 p.m. ET

Venue: Stadio Olimpico, Rome

Barcelona’s efficacy in the final third that even when floundering more than usual, they can rely on the opposition to apply the finishing touches themselves, as was the case in Catalonia on Wednesday.

The relentless pressure of their midfield and attack paved the way to what ended up a comfortable win, although Sky Sports La Liga expert Guillem Balague downplayed the quality of their resources beyond the XI:

Roma face the unenviable task of attempting to chase three goals against a side that welcomes any opportunity to break quickly, handing Giallorossi boss Eusebio Di Francesco a dilemma.

Despite the sizeable three-goal margin, ESPN FC pundits Craig Burley and Steve Nicol discussed Barcelona’s 4-1 win over Roma in the first leg as a display that needed some improvement, giving Tuesday’s hosts some hope:

Roma had their times tormenting Barca’s back line on Wednesday and were only impeded by some brilliant goalkeeping from Marc-Andre ter Stegen, while Alisson Becker impressed at the other end.