Champions League semi-final quiz: Name Liverpool's side v Barcelona in 2007
Liverpool face the daunting task of trying to end Barcelona's 31-game unbeaten home run in the Champions League when the two sides meet on Wednesday in the first leg of their semi-final.
However, the Reds have fond memories of their last visit to the Nou Camp in February 2007 - winning 2-1 in the first leg of their last-16 tie, before going through on away goals after a 1-0 defeat at Anfield.
Who featured for Rafael Benitez's side on that night in Spain 12 years ago?
You have three minutes to name the starting XI and the three substitutes who came on...
Name the 14 players who represented Liverpool the last time they beat Barcelona?
What Philippe Coutinho has told Barcelona team-mates about Liverpool clash
Barcelona midfielder Philippe Coutinho has warned his side they need to make home advantage count against Liverpool before a ‘special’ trip to Anfield. The Catalans host Jurgen Klopp’s men on Wednesday night at the Camp Nou and travel to Anfield next Tuesday for the reverse leg. Coutinho spent five seasons with Liverpool before completing a £140million move to Barcelona in January 2018. Anfield’s experienced special European nights in the past and Coutinho has warned his team-mates to expect a ‘magnificent’ atmosphere on Merseyside.
‘I am really looking forward to playing in my first Champions League semifinal, and I want to do a good job,’ said Coutinho. ‘Returning to Anfield will be very special, because I was very happy at Liverpool. ‘The Champions Leaguue is our big objective and we have to have a strong mentality for these types of games.” ‘Liverpool are a side with a very strong mentality, above all at home. They area great side in attack and defence, so we will have to be alert. ‘They aren’t only about a strong attack. They have a great side and Anfield has a magnificent atmosphere.’
Coutinho, of course, is not the only former Liverpool player currently with Barcelona. Luis Suarez is set to feature against his former side for the first time since his departure from Anfield in 2014. The Uruguayan joined Barcelona for a fee of around £75m and has won 13 pieces of silverware in less than five years in SpainLiverpool are the only English side to win away at Barcelona in European competition, beating them 1-0 in the 1975-76 UEFA Cup and 2-1 in the 2006-07 Champions League.
Barcelona have won more Champions League games against English sides (27) than any side has won against clubs from a particular nation in the competition's history.
This is Liverpool's 11th appearance in the European Cup/Champions League semi-finals - they've progressed from eight of their previous 10, failing only in 1964-65 (vs Inter) and 2007-08 (vs Chelsea).
Barcelona have only progressed from one of their four European Cup/Champions League semi-finals against English opposition, having been knocked out in 1974-75 by Leeds United, in 2007-08 by Manchester United and in 2011-12 by Chelsea. Their only such progression came in 2008-09 against Chelsea, before beating Manchester United in the final in Rome.