Barca will be looking to return to winning ways when they welcome Granada CF to Camp Nou.
The match promises to be a very exciting one as Granada always proves to be very tough opposition for the Catalan side.
In this article, we'll be looking at how Ronald Koeman could set up his side for the game. Let's have a look:
After being criticized for using a defensive 3-5-2 formation, Ronald Koeman is reportedly going to play with the 4-3-3 today.
Luuk De Jong should be the main man upfront while Memphis Depay and Coutinho compliment him from the wings.
Pedri Gonzalez, who's a guaranteed starter, is currently out injured. As such, Sergi Roberto is expected to take his place.
Frenkie De Jong and Busquets should keep their places in the middle of the park.
For the backline, Pique and Araujo are expected to form a central defensive pairing while Alejandro Balde plays as a left-back.
Sergino Dest, who was earlier a doubt for the game, has been given the medical green light. As such, he's expected to start in the right-back spot.
Marc Andre Ter Stegen is undoubtedly expected to start in the goal.
Here's an illustration of the possible lineup below:
Tell us what you think about this lineup in the comments section below.
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