Barcelona will be looking to bounce back from a slightly underwhelming start of the season when they travel to face Cadiz in the Spanish La Liga.
The Blaugrana are currently seventh on the Spanish La Liga League table after four matches while their host Cadiz sit point worse off in 13th place, having played a game more.
However, ahead of this fixture on Thursday Barcelona has revealed its 20-man Squad for the game.
The Catalans giant posted its 22-man squad to face Cadiz on Thursday on its Facebook page "The 20-man squad for this Thursday's game"
The 20-man Squad list featured first team players like Memphis Depay, Philippe Coutinho, Pique, while players like Sergio Aguero, Ansu Fati, Martin Braithwaite were missing from the Squad list to face Cadiz Thursday.
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