Ernesto Valverde may have one eye on Tuesday’s Champions League tie with Slavia Prague when it comes to team selection but has few injury problems to contend with.
Let’s have a look at who might feature at the Estadi Ciutat de València.
Barcelona have a few injury concerns at the back as Samuel Umtiti is not yet back in full training and is likely to miss out again for the visitors.
Gerard Pique and Clement Lenglet look set to continue in central defence with Nelson Semedo at right-back unless Sergi Roberto or Moussa Wague get a surprise start.
Jordi Alba should feature at left-back although he went off in the second half of Barca’s win over Valladolid, and reports suggested he asked to be substituted because of an injury concern.
The Spain international trained normally the following day, but if there are any concerns about him Barcelona could start Junior Firpo instead.
Arthur should return to the squad after getting a rest against Real Valladolid and is likely to go straight back into the starting XI.
Arturo Vidal could also keep his place in the team after another decent performance against Real Valladolid, while Valverde may decide it’s time to give Frenkie de Jong a breather.
The Dutchman has started all but one of Barcelona’s games this season and could find himself on the bench for this one.
Ousmane Dembele is available for selection once again after serving a two-match ban for his red card against Sevilla and will be hoping to make just his third start of the season.
Antoine Griezmann started on the bench against Valladolid but could come back into the team, while Barca will be hoping for some more Messi magic after his midweek masterclass.
Starting XI: Ter Stegen; Roberto, Pique, Lenglet, Alba; Vidal, Busquets, Arthur; Messi, Griezmann, Dembele.
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