Following their impressive win against Valencia last night, Football Club Barcelona will be looking forward to maintaining the momentum in its upcoming games.
In this article, we'll be looking at the club's remaining games in October and rating their chances of winning. Check it out below:
Football Club Barcelona vs Dynamo Kyiv
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This game is a must-win for the Catalan giants as they've lost their opening two games in the Champions League.
SportsBlitz.ng tips Ronald Koeman’s men to emerge as victors in this game as they'll be enjoying the luxury of playing in front of their fans. Also, the recent form of Ansu Fati and the return of Sergio Aguero will be a big boost for them.
Winning chance: 80%.
The first El-Classico of the season will be played on the 24th of October at the Nou Camp.
As usual, the match promises to be a very exciting one as always.
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The El-Classico is usually keenly contested as a team's current form doesn't always mean their favorites to claim maximum points.
Winning chances: 50%.
Rayo Vallecano vs FC Barcelona
3 days after the El-Classico, Barca will be facing another tricky test when they travel to face an in-form Rayo Vallecano side.
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Rayo Vallecano has been one of the most exciting sides in the league this season, as such, we expect them to put up a good fight against the Catalan giants.
The time for this game has not been set by the league.
Winning chances: 65%
FC Barcelona vs Alaves
Barca's last game in October is against relegation-threatened Alaves.
Alaves, who are currently sited in the 19th position, have only won one game so far this season.
As such, this game is another big chance for Ronald Koeman’s men to earn maximum points.
Winning chances: 85%
Here's an illustration of the schedule below:
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If Barca manages to win all these games, it means the Catalan giants are serious contenders for the La Liga Santander title.
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