Ronald Koeman's Barcelona will play against Diego Simeone's Atlectico Madrid this weekend as the quest for who will win the La Liga this season continues.
But Barcelona will have to execute this match without five of their key players as they have been dealt with a big injury blow.
Samuel Umtiti is one of the players that will be missing this weekend encounters this weekend as the French footballer is now nursing a knee injury and is set to miss some matches for the Spanish club.
The match will also be coming too soon for another Barcelona Player, Ronald Araujo as the the fantastic defender have not yet recovered from a muscle injury.
Sergio Busquets is also out injured and is set to also miss the interestingly encounter between Barcelona and Atlectico Madrid.
Philippe Coutinho is still not fit as he has been injured for some times now, while Ansu Fati is still Expected to be out for a long time as he is not expected to be fit soon.
But, do you think that Barcelona football club can still beat Atlectico Madrid even with all these absentees?
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