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FC Barcelona News: 14 May 2016; Full Squad Makes Granada Trip as Barca Look to Secure League Title

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Match preview: Granada CF vs FC Barcelona | FC Barcelona
It’s the final day of La Liga and we still don’t have a champion! All will be revealed from 5.00pm CET on Saturday, and as long as FC Barcelona beat Granada then they will be lifting the trophy for the second year in a row and the 24th time in total. But Real Madrid are just one point behind, and if they can win their game at Deportivo (which kicks off at the same time), they would be champions if Barça fail to collect three points.

Great expectations as FC Barcelona arrive in Granada | FC Barcelona
Barça are in Granada. Following their training session at the Ciutat Esportiva Joan Gamper they made their way to El Prat Airport for a 7.00pm CET flight. Just over an hour later, they touched down in the Andalusian city. From the airport, they were transferred directly to their hotel, where they’re getting some rest before Saturday’s 5.00pm CET start against a side that assured first division football for another year with a win at Sevilla a week ago.

Full squad picked for Liga finale at Granada | FC Barcelona
Barça are flying south to Granada on Friday in search of their second Liga title in a row. A win in the 5.00pm CET kick-off on Saturday would assure the Catalans the title regardless of what second placed Real Madrid do in their game with Deportivo.

La Liga Final Day: As it Happens | FC Barcelona
Three points in Granada and FC Barcelona are league champions for the 24th time! Watch this space in the build-up to the 5.00pm kick-off (all times CET).

Luis Enrique taking pressure in his stride ahead of Liga final day | FC Barcelona
The day before the all-or-nothing last day of the season, and moments before overseeing the final training session before flying south to face Granada (Sunday at 5.00pm CET), Luis Enrique spoke to the press. Here is a selection of quotes from the Barça manager:

Barcelona and Real Madrid's last-day title battle live on Sky Sports | Sky Sports
A dramatic La Liga season has gone down to the wire, and Sky Sports will bring you the final day live as Real Madrid and Barcelona battle it out. The three-horse became two last weekend after Atletico Madrid's defeat by Levante, meaning Barcelona must hold off competition from rivals Real to win a 24th La Liga crown.

Barcelona and Real Madrid chase glory as La Liga readies for a dramatic climax - ESPN FC
Barcelona and Real Madrid have matched each other stride for stride and win for win since this became a five-game sprint for the line, and they go into the final day a single point apart. Both know that with a single slip, it's almost certainly over.

Barcelona have already suffered one title blow in Granada - and it was only two years ago -
All that stands between Barcelona and a sixth Liga trophy in eight seasons is a win at Granada. That may sound simple enough for the Blaugrana, but the Catalans have already suffered one title blow at Los Carmenes - and it was only two years ago.

Fabregas: Barcelona return not possible -
Cesc Fabregas insists a return to Barcelona is off the cards after a nightmare season with Chelsea, stating he is intent to return to form under Antonio Conte next season. Fabregas left Arsenal to join Barcelona in 2011, where he spent a trophy-laden three years before returning to the Premier League with Chelsea.

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