Barcelona Lineup Vs Celta Vigo: Here is how the Blaugrana could lineup against Celta Vigo in the La Liga.
Barcelona already have La Liga in their bag following 1-0 victory over Levante last week and they carried that momentum into the midweek Champions League Semifinals clash against Liverpool. The Blaugrana have a commanding lead of 3-0, thanks to goals from Luis Suarez and Lionel Messi which have put them in the driving seat to face off either Tottenham Hotspur or Ajax at Madrid on June 1.
— FC Barcelona (@FCBarcelona) May 3, 2019
Ernesto Valverde is likely to rest the whole team which started the game on Wednesday as they prepare to complete the treble by lifting the Copa Del Rey and Champions League. The Spanish International is very well aware that his side was second best on Wednesday and the result was harsh on Liverpool because of the individual brilliance of Lionel Messi.
On the other hand, Celta Vigo were struggling without their talisman, Iago Aspas. The Spanish International, upon his recovery from his injury, has done no harm by lifting them up from the relegation zone. The visitors are 15th in the league table, but the landscape could change soon because they are just two points ahead of the eighteen-placed Real Valladolid.
News La Liga champions Barcelona travel to Celta Vigo on Saturday fresh off the back of claiming their 26th league title and beating Liverpool in the Champions League. It’s a crucial game for Celta, who sit just two points above the relegation zone .. https://t.co/HqhnSPtm6P
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We shall look at FC Barcelona’s team news, injury news, and predicted lineup.
Celta Vigo vs Barcelona
📋 Team news
— Standard Sport (@standardsport) May 3, 2019
Ernesto Valverde will have no injuries ahead of this least-interested game for Barcelona fans, who are in full anticipation for the second leg at Anfield on Tuesday. Long-term absentee Rafinha will continue to sit on the sidelines after rupturing his knee this season.
There are no suspensions for the visitors as well.
— Football News papers (@PapersFootball) May 3, 2019
Barcelona: Jasper Cillessen, Jeison Murillo, Samuel Umtiti, Jean Clair Todibo, Moussa Wague, Carlos Alena, Arthur Melo, Malcom, Riqui Puig, Ousmane Dembele, Kevin Prince Boateng.