Barcelona return to football this weekend as they take on Mallorca, as La Liga starts up once again following an extended break due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Eleven more matches are left in which the Catalans will try to defend their two point lead over Real Madrid atop the league table. Five are at home and six are away, although it is to be seen how a lack of fans in the stands changes the dynamics of that.
After Mallorca away on Saturday, Barça take on Leganés at home on Tuesday. Three days later, it’s away to Sevilla, and four days after that, at home to Athletic Bilbao.
Then there is something of a break, as the Catalans get five days before facing Celta Vigo away, on the 28th of the month. A huge match comes next: at home to Atlético Madrid on the first of July. Then, it’s away to Villarreal on the fifth, before hosting the Catalan derby against Espanyol on the eighth.
Four days later, it’s away to Real Valladolid, and three days after that, at home against Osasuna. The league ends with a match three days after, away against Deportivo Alavés.
Barcelona are still pending their second leg against Napoli in the UEFA Champions League, to be played at home. It is understood that the Champions League matches will all take place after the conclusion of the league season.
13-06-2020 Mallorca vs Barcelona
16-06-2020 Barcelona vs Leganés
19-06-2020 Sevilla vs Barcelona
23-06-2020 Barcelona vs Athletic Bilbao
28-06-2020 Celta Vigo vs Barcelona
01-07-2020 Barcelona vs Atlético Madrid
05-07-2020 Villarreal vs Barcelona
08-07-2020 Barcelona vs Espanyol
12-07-2020 Real Valladolid vs Barcelona
15-07-2020 Barcelona vs Osasuna
19-07-2020 Deportivo Alavés vs Barcelona