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Lyon v Barcelona: Match preview
Lyon have dominated the women’s game for the past decade and will make it eight Champions League final appearances in ten years when they line up against Barcelona in Budapest.
Standing between Lyon and a fourth successive title are Lluís Cortés’ Barcelona side who are Spain’s first ever representatives in the final.
The Catalans reached the final after dumping out Bayern Munich 2-0 on aggregate in the semi-finals.
Kheira Hamraoui scored an invaluable away goal in Germany to take a one-goal lead back to Barcelona and Bayern suffered the same fate in front of a club record crowd of 12,764 at the Miniestadi.
A penalty from Mariona Caldentey in first-half stoppage time was enough to secure another 1-0 victory for Barcelona and a date with destiny in the Hungarian capital.
Lyon qualified for the semi-finals with ease, dispatching Avaldsnes, Ajax and Wolfsburg before meeting Chelsea in the last-four.
The French side raced to a 2-0 lead in the first-leg against Emma Hayes’ Blues but were caught cold by Erin Cuthbert's well-taken away goal in the second-half. England’s Fran Kirby also had a penalty saved on the stroke of half-time.
In a thrilling second-leg in front of 4,670 spectators at Kingsmeadow, Lyon increased their lead through Eugenie Le Sommer's deflected shot but the hosts replied almost instantly through Ji So-Yun.
Despite a spirited effort, Chelsea couldn’t muster another goal and force extra time, meaning British women's football's 12-year wait for a European finalist continues.
However, there will still be English representation in the final in the form of Lyon’s Lucy Bronze and Barcelona’s Toni Duggan, while Wales legend Jess Fishlock could also feature for Lyon.
Right-back Bronze, described as the ‘best player in the world’ by England manager Phil Neville, collected every domestic title available at Manchester City before making the switch to Lyon.
The 27-year-old who made the Ballon d’Or shortlist won the league and Champions League in her first season in France will have an integral role to play in Saturday’s final.
Bronze will be lining up against England teammate Toni Duggan who has made an impression in Spain since her arrival from Manchester City.
A highlight of her fledgling Barcelona career was scoring in front of 60,739 supporters in a domestic league game against Atletico Madrid, and the forward will be looking to continue her impressive goalscoring return on the biggest stage of them all.
However, Duggan’s Barcelona will have to be especially wary of Ballon d'Or winner Ada Hegerberg.
The Norwegian forward is fast approaching 300 senior career goals at the age of 23 and she is the focal point of a formidable Lyon forward line alongside Le Sommer.
Le Sommer has 42 European goals for Lyon, one shy of the record for a single club in the competition, and she played an integral role in Lyon’s defeat of Barcelona in last year’s competition, scoring the winning goal in the second-leg.
Lyon boast an embarrassment of riches and Barcelona are rank outsiders to break the holders’ stranglehold in the Champions League.
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Lyon v Barcelona: Team news
Ex-Lyon midfielder Hamraoui is suspended after her red card in Barcelona's semi-final second leg against Bayern.
Lyon v Barcelona: The managers
Lyon manager Reynald Pedros on semi-final win over Chelsea: “They [Chelsea] could have qualfiied quite easily for the Champions League final.
“It’s not often Lyon come off the pitch worn out both physically and mentally. We’re used to dominating sides and in some cases being head and shoulder above the opposition. Today that wasn’t the case.”
Barcelona manager Cortés: “That Lyon are favourites plays in our favour, it helps us not to have that pressure and I think it's good because everything that comes will be positive.
“The final is a prize for us, but I think the game is not a final point of anything, it's a process, a path and whatever happens, we'll have to keep working and keep improving.
“If we win, great, but if we lose, we have to think that we have done everything possible to get the title.”
Lyon v Barcelona: Head-to-head
Lyon were victorious the last time the two sides met in last year’s Champions League quarter-final.
Lyon won 2-1 at home thanks to goals from Dzsenifer Marozsan and Hegerberg and they won the second-leg in Catalonia 1-0 courtesy of Le Sommer’s strike on the hour mark.
The French side went on to lift the Champions League trophy after beating Wolfsburg in the final.
Lyon v Barcelona: Odds
Odds correct at the time of writing, courtesy of Bet 365.