Four wins, or twelve points, is all Barcelona require from their final eight La Liga matches to regain the title they lost to Real Madrid last season. Depending on the results in the Spanish capital, Barca may not even need twelve points; so, no matter which way you look at it, the league title is secure and heading back to Cataluña. Therefore, it's no surprise to see that Tito Vilanova is making full use of his squad, calling up a couple of B team players and resting a number of key first-team regulars for tonight's trip to La Romareda, where they will face a Real Zaragoza side looking for their first win in fifteen matches. Even without the likes of Lionel Messi, Andres Iniesta and Sergio Busquets, Barcelona still have enough quality in their ranks to dispose off Zaragoza - just look at what a second-string Barca outfit did last week to Mallorca. A hat-trick from Cesc Fabregas, and a brace from Alexis Sanchez secured a Manita victory; we were even treated to a rare clean-sheet. Maybe the same fate awaits Manolo Jimenez' side?
Despite an eleven goal contribution from Helder Postiga, Zaragoza score, on average, less than a goal a game and have been shut-out nine times in their last fourteen matches - unless they can break the cycle, it would appear that Zaragoza simply won't have the fire-power to compete with the Blaugrana. Will Barcelona record another comfortable victory and move one step closer to the La Liga title, or will Zaragoza surprise the world by winning a share of the points at La Romareda? Predict the score of tonight's match by voting in our poll, and by commenting with your prediction in the comments section below. Best of luck!