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FC Barcelona News: 14 March 2017; Players Take Day Off After Disappointing Sunday Loss, Two Kickoff Times Confirmed

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Deportivo de La Coruna v FC Barcelona - La Liga Photo by Octavio Passos/Getty Images

Deportivo la Coruña 2-1 FC Barcelona: Back down to earth | FC Barcelona
Just a few days ago, Barça’s Champions League hopes were hanging on a miracle, while their Liga destiny was back in their own hands. But the miracle comeback against PSG has been followed by a disappointing 2-1 defeat at struggling Deportivo La Coruña, meaning Real Madrid can now move back to the top of the league table with a win against Real Betis later tonight.

First defeat for FC Barcelona when Luis Suárez has scored | FC Barcelona
Until Sunday’s game against Deportivo La Coruña, FC Barcelona had a weapon that never failed in their search for victory – Luis Suárez’s goals. Every time the Uruguayan found the net, Barça either won or, at the very worst, drew. This season, for example, the striker notched up a hat-trick in the 6-2 win at Camp Nou over Betis, braces in wins against Celtic, Alavés, Sporting and his goals against Real Madrid, Betis and Atlético Madrid helped Luis Enrique’s team take a share of the points.

Ups and downs in recent games at home to Valencia | FC Barcelona
FC Barcelona have won three of their last five editions of the fixture at Camp Nou, including the famous 7-0 cup semi-final victory. But the other two games ended in defeat. We take a look back at some memorable encounters

Kick-off times confirmed for games against Sevilla and Málaga | FC Barcelona
The Spanish Football League (LFP) has announced this Monday the kickoff times for Weeks 30 and 31 of La Liga. On Wednesday 5 April at 7.30pm CET, FC Barcelona will host Sevilla at Camp Nou and Luis Enrique’s team will be looking to do the double over Jorge Sampoali’s side following their 2-1 in the Sánchez Pizjuán earlier in the season.

Training schedule ahead of Valencia in LaLiga | FC Barcelona
This week brings the second batch of Champions League round of 16 second legs, but Barça have of course already got their fixture more than successfully out of the way. The squad will have Tuesday and Wednesday off and will train at the Ciutat Esportiva Joan Gamper on Monday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday in preparation for a Liga meeting at the Camp Nou with Valencia (Sunday at 8.45pm).