It feels like a battle between footballing good and evil.
Slick, stylish, attacking Barcelona against a Chelsea side that will park the bus and attempt to niggle, dive and obfuscate their way to the Champions League final.
A team built on youth development and promotion from within against a club whose catastrophic short-termism has created chaos and handed ultimate power to a group of surly millionaires.
However, we should resist the easy, simplistic conclusion that anything but a Barcelona victory tonight would represent disaster for football.
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