Can Barca do it?
I think there's little doubt they can but not convinced they will.
It helps them that Pazzini suffered a leg fracture in Milan's match this friday. He was pretty huge for them holding the ball up and just generally carrying out Allegri's game plan in the first leg.
Will be interesting to see if Milan go with Robinho (who's not played much recently and no way he'll do the defensive work as well as Pazzini) or risk it all and start the kid M’Baye Niang up front with El Sharawaay. Niang would certainly be a threat on the counter but he's 19 and I'm sure Allegri would prefer more experience as they'll first try to shorten the match to put pressure on Barca to risk more.
Wonder if they'd be tempted to use Bojan against his old club? Doubt it outside of the possibility they go down 3-0 and need a goal or as a very late sub but it would be kind of funny to see him send them through.
I expect it to be a close call in the sense of Barca going through 3-0, Milan going through by getting the away goal in a 2-1 or 3-1 loss or ET/PKs.
This post was edited on 3/12 at 1:42 pm