Barcelona welcomes AC Milan to the Nou Camp in the second leg of the heavyweight UEFA Champions League quarter-final, looking to stay on course to defend its crown.

Last week's 0-0 draw in the first leg at the San Siro saw Barca struggle to showcase their normal fluid football and the holders complained about the state of the pitch after the game.

However, conditions at Camp Nou will bring out the best in Pep Guardiola's side and a much more cohesive performance is expected from Barcelona. Guardiola is predicting goals in Tuesday's second leg and is determined to identify a way for his team to create plenty of opportunities.

Will Barcelona win?

Here is the event horary chart cast for the date, time and place where the match was to be held:

After looking at the chart, I left my prediction, that the FC Barcelona would win in the Horary section of the HoroscopeChat Forum several hours before the match!

First, we must see who is who in this chart. For this purpose I use the colour method to assign the ASC ruler and DSC ruler to teams. The Ascendant ruler and Lord 10 represents one team; the Descendant ruler and Lord 4 (being the 10th house from the 7th) represents the other team. When I write that I use the 'colour method', I mean that I assign the ASC rulers and DSC rulers according to the colours of their respective sports kit (see 1st page of this website).

As Barcelona's home sports kit is red/blue that perfectly fits with Ma/red in Vi/blue, so Barcelona is represented by the DSC ruler. It is likely that Milan will wear their white sports kit, because Li on the ASC and its ruler Ve fits with a white colour.

Next, we consider the dignities and we can see that there is not so much difference. After that, we check out the Moon's aspects within 5 degrees and we find only one - a conjunction with Ma rx, ruler of the DSC. The Moon's conjunction with the ruler of the ASC or the DSC is the final aspect: we do not go further. So this is a strong testimony that the DSC team, i.e. Barcelona will win!


On 3. Apr. 2012. on the http://www.uefa.com website you could read the following:

"Messi sets new mark as Barcelona see off Milan

FC Barcelona 3-1 AC Milan (agg: 3-1)

Lionel Messi converted two first-half penalties to set a new UEFA Champions League scoring record for a season as the holders eased into the last four."