Barcelona will be seeking to extend their mini-resurgence when they take on Real Betis in a crucial match between the two Spanish clubs on Sunday.
As a result of their prior home records versus Real Betis, Barcelona, situated in Catalonia, is the overwhelming favorite to claim all three points.
A comfortable 3 - 1 victory over Levante was achieved by Real Betis the last time they competed in La Liga.
Xavi Hernandez, the Spanish and Barcelona head coach, would be without a number of key players for their crucial La Liga encounter against Real Betis on Saturday.
Barcelona manager Xavi Hernandez may potentially decide to rest some of his team's most important players for their next Champions League matches.
Look at four players that could be absent from the team's vital league encounter against Real Betis; they include:
The Spanish full defender Jordi Alba, who plays for Barcelona, is expected to miss their critical league encounter against Real Madrid owing to a slight injury he sustained during their 3 - 1 win over Villarreal.
Second, Ricard Puig, a Spanish midfielder who plays for Barcelona, was absent from the team's 3 - 1 victory over Villarreal.
In the upcoming league match against Real Betis, the Barcelona midfielder Ricard Puig is expected to be absent for the second consecutive game.
The midfielder from Spain and Barcelona, Nico Gonzalez, suffered a slight injury during their 3 - 1 victory over Villarreal on Sunday.
Nico Gonzalez, a 20-year-old midfielder for Barcelona, is expected to miss the team's vital league encounter against Real Betis.
Fourth, the Dutch and Barcelona attacker Luuk De Jong did not participate in their 3 - 1 victory over Villarreal on Sunday.
Barcelona forward Luuk De Jong is poised to miss the team's vital league encounter against Real Betis for the second time in a row.
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