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FC Barcelona News: 6 February 2017; Preparations Continue for Atletico Madrid, Celta Vigo Kickoff Announced

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Training schedule for a decisive week | FC Barcelona
FC Barcelona enter a decisive week as they look to seal their place in the Copa del Rey final. Luis Enrique's men have a 2-1 advantage from the first leg at Atlético Madrid and will now be looking for home support to push them over the line on Tuesday night under the Camp Nou lights.

FC Barcelona v RC Celta in La Liga to be played on March 4 | FC Barcelona
Another set of Liga dates and times were announced on Monday morning by the LFP, and it’s week 26, when FC Barcelona are due to host Celta at the Camp Nou. The game will be played on Saturday 4 March at 8.45pm CET and will come just a few days before the same stadium will be the stage for the return leg of Barça’s Champions League round of 16 clash with Paris Saint Germain.

The squad send their birthday wishes to Neymar Jr | FC Barcelona
Take a look at what the Brazilian's teammates wrote to him on the day of his 25th birthday.

RIVAL WATCH: Barça one point off top after Real Madrid game is postponed, Torres brace secures Atlético victory | FC Barcelona
FC Barcelona’s 3-0 defeat of Athletic Club on Saturday (Match Report, Highlights) has moved them to within one point of the top of the Liga table, although the situation is somewhat misleading. The Catalans have now played two fewer games than leaders Real Madrid after the latter’s game at Celta was suspended on Sunday due to security concerns after the roof of one of the Balaidos stands was damaged by the heavy winds that have been hitting Galicia for the last few days.

FC Barcelona U19A v Atlético Baleares: Second-half show brings the points (3-0) | FC Barcelona
FC Barcelona U19A secured another important home win against Atlético Baleares to edge another step closer to the league title (3-0). The youngsters took a while to get going and were forced to be patient before getting the breakthrough goal. It finally came on 53 minutes through Frenchman Guillemenot but the team were unable to put the game to bed until the very end.

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