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Barcelona will be aiming to finish the Spanish La Liga on a winning note when they travel away to Madrid to face Deportivo Alaves. They will be hoping to defeat their opponents. The last time Barcelona played in the league, Osasuna defeated the Catalan giants 2 -1 at Camp Nou while Deportivo Alaves defeated Real Betis away from home by 2 -1
Let's take a look at how Barcelona could line up against Alaves
Barcelona could line up in a 4-3-3 formation In which Ter Stegen will be in between the sticks, Alba and Semedo as full backs, Lenglet and Araujo as center backs, Busquets as defensive midfielder, Puig and Roberto as central Midfielders, Fati and Messi as left and right wingers and Suarez as the lone striker.
Ter Stegen in between the sticks, Alba and Semedo as full backs, Lenglet and Pique as center backs,Puig as defensive Midfielders, Rakitic and Vidal as central Midfielders, Braithwate and Messi as left and right wingers, Griezmann as the lone Striker.
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