Barcelona will play their next Spanish league game without three players due to injury problem.According to report from sky sports media outlet explain that Martin's braithwaite is currently unavailable due to ankle problem. The Catalans promising starlet have been tipped to spend at least two weeks on the sidelines. The Denmark international is set to miss tomorrow's clash against Granada.
Philip coutinho will also miss Barca match tomorrow due to a long term injury problem. The Brazilian key man is likely to Miss More Barca matches because he does not have any potential return date.
Ansu fati is also out due to a knee injury problem. Fati have not feature for the Spanish giant since the started of the new year. His timeframe in terms of recovery is still uncertain because he is still sustaining a knee problem.
Barcelona does not have any suspended player through yellow or red card ahead of their clash tomorrow.
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