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- First half: Lyon 1-0 Barcelona
- Early goal from Germany’s Marozsan
- England’s Toni Duggan starts for Barcelona
- Fellow Lioness Lucy Bronze in Lyon side
- Wales star Jess Fishlock also starts for the holders
- Lyon aiming for fourth straight title
- Catalan club are in their first final
- Get involved: #bbcfootball
But it hasn’t taken long for the holders to go in front!
England’s Toni Duggan gets on the ball for the first time, down on the left, but her through ball is intercepted by the towering French centre-half Wendie Renard.
Moments later, Duggan has the game’s first chance, but she fires wide from just inside the area.
It’s a bright start for Barcelona. We’re used to seeing Duggan bury those kind of chances.
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First-time finalists Barcelona get this one under way, in their traditional kit.
Holders Lyon are playing in white shirts, white shorts and white socks.
The players are out on the field in the Hungarian capital, Budapest, where there’s a sellout crowd.
This should be a cracker.
Lyon have been without question the dominant force in European women’s football this decade, having won this competition five times since 2011, as well as being runners-up in 2010 and 2013.
This is their eighth European final in 10 seasons.
Tonight, will they continue to reign supreme, or will first-time finalists Barcelona pull off a big shock?
England forward Toni Duggan is in Barcelona’s starting side and will go directly head-to-head with her Lionesses team-mate Lucy Bronze.
Duggan is joined in the Catalan club’s forward line by the 2017 Uefa women’s player of the year, The Netherlands’ Lieke Martens.
Barcelona XI:Panos, Maria Leon, Losada, Marta Tejedor, Mariona, Alexia, Aitana, Leila, Duggan, A Pereira, Martens.
Subs:Font, Van der Gragt, Melanie, Andressa Alves, Guijarro, Oshoala, N Andonova.
England right-back Lucy Bronze starts for Lyon, with Wales’ most capped player Jess Fishlock in midfield.
There’s no place in the squad for England midfielder Izzy Christiansen, who broke her leg and damaged ankle ligaments in March and is still yet to return for full fitness.
As expected, Ballon d’Or winner Ada Hegerberg is up front for the French side, but they have favoured The Netherlands winger Shanice van de Sanden over Delphine Cascarino, despite the latter impressing in the semi-finals.
Lyon XI:Bouhaddi, Bronze, Renard, Mbock, Majri, Henry, Fishlock, van de Sanden, Marozsan, Le Sommer, Hegerberg
Subs:Weiss, Bacha, Buchanan, Simon, Kumagai, Cascarino, Jaimes
Two Lionesses. One Wales legend.
Two teams. Only one trophy.
Lyon and Barcelona are about to compete for the biggest club prize in European women’s football. Kick-off is 15 minutes away.
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