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FC Barcelona News: 6 March; Puyol in line for Arsenal return, Wilshere questionable, Guardiola improving, Gap at 10 points and more!

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BARCELONA, SPAIN - MARCH 05:  Head coach Josep Guardiola of Barcelona gestures during the La liga match between Barcelona and Real Zaragoza at Camp Nou on March 5, 2011 in Barcelona, Spain. Barcelona won 1-0.  (Photo by David Ramos/Getty Images)
BARCELONA, SPAIN - MARCH 05: Head coach Josep Guardiola of Barcelona gestures during the La liga match between Barcelona and Real Zaragoza at Camp Nou on March 5, 2011 in Barcelona, Spain. Barcelona won 1-0. (Photo by David Ramos/Getty Images)
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Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere unlikely to face Barcelona | ESPN

Wilshere, Arsenal's stand-out player at the Emirates in his side's 2-1 victory, could also now miss out after he was caught by two Sulley Muntari tackles in Saturday's 0-0 draw against Sunderland.

Puyol fighting to make Arsenal tie | Finance News

Gerard Pique thinks that his defensive partner will return for the Arsenal game. Forget Charlie Sheen having "tiger blood" Puyol is the true warrior in this world.

Guardiola's back problem improving | Goal

The treatment has worked and Guardiola was able to be on the sidelines for the Zaragoza game. Pep will now be optimistic that surgery will not be needed.

Mourinho's complaints are wrong | SI

Captain Paranoia leapt onto Jose Mourinho's shoulder and began whispering in his ear, filling his mind with all sorts of dark thoughts. Dark thoughts that burrowed into his brain and ate away at him. Sounds normal.

Canales thinks Real are the best | Goal

Real Madrid midfielder Sergio Canales has hailed his side as "the best team in the world" and is hopeful of winning against Racing in Santander this weekend.

Higuain could reappear this season | Goal

Valencia and Atleti win | Yahoo

Atletico Madrid beat fourth-placed Villarreal 3-1 in a Liga clash in the capital city featuring four top-quality goals.

Real Madrid's injured hitman Gonzalo Higuain has spoken publicly for the first time since going under the surgeon's knife two months ago, and affirmed that he couldn't wait to rejoin his teammates in training and on the pitch.