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FC Barcelona News: 9 January 2021; All set for Granada trip, Juan Miranda impressing at Betis

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A round-up of the latest Barcelona news and transfer rumors

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MATCH PREVIEW: Granada v FC Barcelona - FC Barcelona
La Liga marches on and after Barça's excellent win over Athletic at San Mamés on Wednesday, the blaugranes continue their run of away fixtures with a trip to the Nuevo Los Cármenes on Saturday to take on Granada, kick off 6.30pm CET.

22 man FC Barcelona squad for the trip to Granada - FC Barcelona
After three consecutive wins on the road, Valladolid, Huesca and Athletic Club, Barça will be looking to make it four on Saturday with a trip to take on Granada.

The lowdown on Granada CF - FC Barcelona
On Saturday at 6.30pm CET, Barça will be looking to make it three wins out of three in 2021 when they visit the home of Granada. It’s time to learn a bit more about the team that are currently seventh in the table.

Araujo unbeaten in LaLiga - FC Barcelona
Ronald Araujo has become a regular in the FC Barcelona starting XI, and has proven to be up to the challenge. His speed, defensive solidity and aerial strength have been valuable to the team

FC Barcelona to face Cornellà in the Copa del Rey - FC Barcelona
Barça will face Third Division side Cornellà in the last 32 of the Copa del Rey. The one off tie will be played at the Municipal de Cornellà stadium between 18 and 24 January.

Barcelona confirmed squad v Granada: 17-year-old star involved for first time - Football Espana
Barcelona have included 17-year-old Ilaix Moriba in their senior squad for the first time for their weekend La Liga trip against Granada. The 17-year-old is highly regarded as one of the brightest stars in the club’s youth ranks but he has not yet made a senior appearance for the Blaugrana.

Juan Miranda, thriving at Real Betis, is pleasing parent club Barcelona - Football Espana
Juan Miranda is doing the business at Real Betis according to Mundo Deportivo, fulfilling the hope Barcelona held when they sent him on loan to Andalusia. The 20 year-old is seizing his opportunity under Manuel Pellegrini and has been gaining crucial La Liga experience, consolidating his position in the Betis starting XI.