All set for Champions League quarter-finals

Luis Suárez and Ter Stegen train on Sunday morning at the Ciutat Esportiva / MIGUEL RUIZ - FCB
FC Barcelona conduct final training session ahead of Tuesday’s duel with Atlético Madrid

FC Barcelona will have had no more than 72 hours rest following Saturday’s El Clásico before they square off with Madrid’s other team, Atlético, in the quarter-finals of the UEFA Champions League. Kick-off on Tuesday night at Camp Nou is set for 8.45pm CET as the league’s top two teams get ready to battle it out on the continental stage

On Monday morning, FCB manager Luis Enrique oversaw his players’ last training session before hosting Atlético. The workout was held of Tito Vilanova Field at the Ciutat Esportiva Joan Gamper.