Barcelona will return to action tonight when they face Granada at Camp Nou for their 4th game of the season. Barcelona is currently 6 points behind the first position but winning the game tonight and their outstanding game will take them level with Real Madrid.
Koeman will been without Fati, Dembele, Braithwaite, Aguero, Pedri and Jordi Alba. He is expected to use a 4-3-3 formation in other to play a more direct and attacking
oeman in his press conference defended his decision to use the 3-5-2 formation against Bayern, he said the result would have been bigger if he used a different formation. Coutinho will be involved tomorrow according to Koeman but he will not play the 90 minutes.
With the squad news released, here is two expected lime up from Ronald Koeman. With Coutinho, he has option to use him in the wings or as a midfielder. Also, he needs to decide if he should use Dest as a left back or trust Academy graduate Balde to replace Alba. Koeman can also give Demir his first start or stick to Luuk De Jong. Which formation do you prefer.
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