Barcelona manager Ernesto Valverde could be set to ring in the changes for his side's crucial Champions League quarter-final second leg clash against Manchester United in midweek, according to a report from Spain. "We have to take those losses into account and use them to move forward".
Messi's not the only Barca player who will have the weekend off ahead of the second leg of their quarterfinal against United at Camp Nou on Tuesday. After an impressive win against Manchester United in an away tie, they will switch their focus on the league which is nearly done and dusted.
This is Barcelona's first trip to Huesca in their history and the depth in the squad will get them over the finishing line despite not playing their preferred eleven. They won a European Cup in the last few minutes (1999) - so we have to keep that in mind.
"We paid a little for our inexperience", said Allegri. He leads the club's outfield players in minutes played this season and, in the Spanish league, Pique is setting the pace for his team in blocked shots, balls recovered from opponents, clearances, and winning one-on-one duels for balls in the air.More news: Punter scores record win on Tiger Woods' Masters victory
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"It's nice when you can have that battle on the pitch and then there's respect after the game because, ultimately, you are just trying to do your best". "So you have to be focused and ready for a hard game again. We want to show that we're superior".
How the Reds have really changed (some might say improved) is in how they can play different ways this year and that 0-0 at home to Bayern Munich was a good example of that.
Dembele came closest to a goal in the first half after a brilliant reverse pass from the talented Riqui Puig, one of a number of youngsters given a chance to impress.
Barcelona travelled to Huesca to play out a boring draw.