Claudio Bravo believes the pressure is all on Barcelona who must "win at all costs" when they face Manchester City this week.
The Chilean goalkeeper is making a quick return to the Nou Camp less than two months after his move to the Etihad Stadium as the clubs meet in the Champions League on Wednesday.
After dropping points at Celtic in their last Group C outing, City go into the first of tough back-to-back clashes against Barca already trailing the Spanish champions, but Bravo is not fazed.
The 33-year-old said: "Barcelona have to win at all costs. They're playing at home. We have to do our things well, with our weapons, and keep our rhythm going.
"Every team has a chance. They have important players but we have to go there with the intention to do things well."
Bravo made 75 appearances for Barca between 2014 and 2016 but, interestingly, did not play for them in the Champions League where Marc-Andre ter Stegen was preferred.