After a scintillating performance against Sevilla in the Copa Del Rey last Wednesday, players of FC Barcelona are getting ready to face another challenge in the league tonight.
Players of FC Barcelona were seen taking part in various training sessions ahead of the match.
Bosnian midfielder, Miralem Pjanic successfully took part in the group training sessions today while Gerrard Pique and Ronald Araujo are unavailable due to injuries. Other unavailable players include: Ansu Fati, Sergi Roberto and Philippe Coutinho.
The team is scheduled to face Osasuna in an away fixture. Barca rolled out a comfortable victory against the hosts the first time they met this season.
See photos from training below:
For your information, Barcelona have won 22 of the last 37 games that they have played against Osasuna, losing just six.
Barcelona have been in excellent form since the turn of the calendar year, so they go into this game as favorites. We predict a 2-0 victory in favor of Barcelona.
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