Luis Enrique is looking forward to "an attractive game" against "a top quality PSG" side in the Champions League on Tuesday.
Paris Saint Germain host the five-time tournament winners at the Parc des Princes in the first leg of their last 16 match.
Both sides have been impressive in their European encounters thus
far, while they both occupy second spot in their domestic leagues.
Ahead of this game, Barca boss Enrique told the press: "We expect a
tough tie against a daring PSG side who will put us under pressure in
front of their own fans. It will be an attractive game between two
The last time these two sides faced each other, Barca ran out 2-0
winners, at the Nou Camp, while they won 3-1 in their last appearance at
the Parc des Princes.
Enrique added: "I have seen a top quality PSG side over the last few
months and I expect the same tomorrow with a 4-3-3 in attack and 4-1-4-1
"We have good memories of this ground because we have put in some
good performances here. However, we have never had it easy against, the
opposite. We are up against an opponent whose coach knows us really
The former Celta and Roma boss also heaped praise on PSG boss Unai
Emery, when he said: "He is one of the best coaches in Spanish football
and one of the most sought after in Europe. He is a coach who studies
his opponents well, has his own style and his own philosophy.”
PSG captain Thiago Silva has been ruled out of the clash through injury that comes as a significant blow to the French side.
Kick off is at 21:45.