Manchester City fans are gearing up for a huge Champions League trip to FC Barcelona on Wednesday night but their players don't appear to know much about how they're going to try and beat the Spanish giants.
Pep Guardiola, who led Barca to 14 trophies during his four seasons in charge, will be looking to leave the Nou Camp with what would be three huge points in Group C.
City have lost against Barca four times over the past three seasons, and although City playmaker Kevin De Bruyne admits the players aren't scared of Messi and co., the Belgian has revealed the squad have no idea of how Guardiola wants the team to play.
"The trainer has his idea," De Bruyne said after Saturday's 1-1 draw with Everton. "We do not know exactly but it can be very good.
"We do not fear. The style of play is very dominant and we have not played badly [against Everton]. We just have not scored more, that's all."
City have failed to win any of their last three games and travel to Barcelona, knowing that a win would put them top of Group C in the Champions League ahead of Sunday's Premier League game at home to Southampton.