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Germany coach Joachim Low supports Bayern's chances against Barcelona

ESPN FC's Steve Nicol agrees with Shaka Hislop that Bayern Munich's defensive struggles will be their downfall against Luis Enrique's Barcelona.

Germany coach Joachim Low fancies Bayern Munich's chances of advancing to the Champions League final despite mounting injury problems and facing in-form Barcelona.

The semifinalists' results from the weekend could not have been more opposite. Barcelona humiliated bottom club Cordoba 8-0 in La Liga, while Bayern suffered a 2-0 defeat at Bayer Leverkusen, their second consecutive loss after crashing out of the DFB-Pokal at home to Borussia Dortmund last week.

On top of that, Arjen Robben suffered a...

FIFPro strongly supports adding fourth substitute

The ESPN FC team are joined by former Premier League referee Peter Walton to discuss whether or not there should be a fourth substitute allowed in matches, following Oscar's injury against Arsenal.

GENEVA -- A proposal to let football teams use a fourth substitute has been strongly supported by the global players' union.

FIFPro published a survey of its members Tuesday in response to a request from the game's rule-making board for more research. The International Football Association Board twice recently rejected allowing an additional substitute in extra time of knockout matches.

FIFPro said 84 percent of players it asked in 27 different countries want a fourth substitute, either in extra...

 By Uli Hesse

Memorable April Fools' Day moments in German and Austrian football

Were Lothar Matthaus and Berti Vogts the subject of April Fools' jokes in the 1990s?

On Wednesday you might come across some outlandish news reports. Maybe Pep Guardiola will be dismissed by Bayern Munich or Barcelona star Lionel Messi will announce he is moving to rivals Real Madrid in the summer.

In the digital age, April Fools' pranks have become so widespread in football that they now form their own comedic subgenre. According to the German social media charts website 10000flies.de, the most infectious April 1 joke in 2013 was spread by a football monthly, 11Freunde.

In mid-March...