Uefa Champions League final: Barcelona v Manchester United Venue: Stadio Olimpico, Rome Date: Wed, 27 May Kick-off: 1945 BST Coverage: Live on ITV1 and Sky Sports 1, BBC Radio Five Live, BBC Radio Manchester; BBC Sport website.
By Jonathan Stevenson
Midfielder Toure may be asked to play at centre-back in Wednesday's final
Barcelona star Yaya Toure believes Wednesday's Champions League final against Manchester United will decide who is the best team in the world.
Barca have already won the Spanish double this season and United have just clinched an 11th Premier League title.
"Everyone is excited about this game because we are the two best teams in the world," Toure, 26, told BBC Sport.
"It will be a great game in Rome as there will be 22 great players taking part - and it could go either way."
Barcelona have enjoyed a stellar season, scoring 156 goals in all competitions and producing some outstanding football in the process.
But Toure, whose brother Kolo plays for Arsenal, is under no illusions as to the size of the task that faces them at the Stadio Olimpico.
"It will be very difficult because Manchester United are a fantastic team, you have to be to win what they have won," added Toure.
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