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FC Barcelona News: 2 May 2016; Players Enjoy Day Off, Claudio Bravo Injury Confirmed

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Luis Suárez takes another step towards Pichichi and Golden Shoe | FC Barcelona
Luis Suárez extended his lead at the top of the Primera Division scoring charts with another goal at Real Betis on Saturday night. The Uruguayan, by putting his side 2-0 up against the Andalusians, earned his 35th goal of the league season, four more than second-placed Cristiano Ronaldo who was unable to play over the weekend due to injury.

Calendar set for Catalan derby week | FC Barcelona
The penultimate week in the 2015/16 La Liga is upon us. As FC Barcelona get ready to host cross-city rivals RCD Espanyol at Camp Nou on Sunday, 8 May at 5.00pm, they'll be doing so with four days of training and two days of rest scattered among the six days leading up to this must-win derby. A victory Sunday brings Barça to within a single triumph of the league championship.

FC Barcelona’s away win against Betis, by the numbers | FC Barcelona
FC Barcelona’s win over Real Betis on Saturday moves them a step closer to the league title. Goals from Rakitic and Suárez in the second half at the Benito Villamarín calmed the nerves of the Barça faithful, who maintain their lead at the top of the division with just two games remaining.

Month of May takes Barça down the final stretch | FC Barcelona
April showers bring May flowers. At least, that's what FC Barcelona are hoping for. After a turbulent month of April, the Catalans head into May still in control of their own destiny with a domestic double well within the realm of possibility.

Barcelona's Claudio Bravo has injured right leg - ESPN FC
Barcelona say goalkeeper Claudio Bravo has injured his right leg with two more rounds left to decide the Spanish league title. The Chile goalkeeper was replaced by Marc-Andre ter Stegen late in Barcelona's 2-0 win at Real Betis on Saturday that kept Barca top of the table.

Barcelona news: Messi never cheats, insists Xavi - Goal.com
Lionel Messi is not the sort of player to cheat on the pitch, according to his former Barcelona team-mate Xavi. Messi was accused of play-acting after Filipe Luis was sent off in Barcelona's win over Atletico Madrid back in January, with the Brazilian defender claiming after that the five-time Ballon d'Or winner gets special treatment from referees.

The top 10 videos from the month of April | FC Barcelona
From the farewell to Johan Cruyff to the presentation of the New Camp Nou, don't miss the month's most popular videos from fcbarcelona.com.