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Napoli Vs Barcelona match preview | The Nutmeg

By Guardian Exclusive
21 February 2024   |   6:00 pm
The UEFA Champions League returns this midweek with heavyweight matches between Spanish and Italian teams SSC Napoli and Barcelona FC. Ayomide Sotunbo previews the game on this edition of The Nutmeg on Guardian TV.

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