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Xavi Hernandez laughed off the idea that playing at Bayern Munich is like visiting the 'house of horrors' before Tuesday's Champions League Group C clash.

In last season's group stage, the Germans won twice by 3-0, but Barca is a different team led by Robert Lewandowski, who moved from Bayern in the offseason.

Bayern have won the last four meetings between the clubs, 17-4, including 8-2 in the 2020 quarterfinals.

Xavi said Barca shouldn't be afraid of Munich despite the daunting task ahead. Xavi said he wouldn't call Bayern's stadium a "house of horrors." 'I've beaten and lost to them heavily.

We've never won at the Allianz, which shows how tough it is, but we're optimistic. We can't be overconfident because of recent success.

We must remember how they played last year, but if we play to our potential, I think we can win and change history.

The Spaniard has a fully-fit squad and is expected to recall Jules Kounde, Eric Garcia, Pedri, Ousmane Dembele, and Lewandowski, who all started on the bench against Cadiz.

Bayern 3-0 Barcelona, Group E matchday 6 The last meeting between the European giants was last December at an empty Allianz Arena, where Bayern relegated Barcelona to the Europa League.

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