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This evening sees a busy coupon from Spain as Barcelona will aim to make it 8 wins on the trot when they face struggling Real Valladolid tonight at the Nou Camp (KO. 21.00GMT)
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Gerardo Martino’s side have in imperious form so far this season scoring 24 goals and conceding just five in their seven wins so far and the Nou Camp faithful will be expecting another dominating performance against a side that has won just once so far this season.
Barcelona have kept clean sheets in four of their last five games with the latest blank coming in the 1-0 win over Celtic in the Champions league courtesy of Cesc Fabregas’s header.
Barcelona centre back Marc Barta has played his part in the recent run of clean sheets and the defender, set to feature once again at the weekend, has revealed his happiness at the faith shown in him by Martino.
“I’m happy with the confidence I have been shown. Tata has not doubted once about playing me. “Little by little I feel more appreciated. I have been competing with them in training and getting a lot of advice. I am learning a lot from the bigger players, some of the best in the world. I have to pay attention and keep learning”.
Martino will once again be without Lionel Messi for the game while Javier Mascherano, Jordi Alba, Carles Puyol, Isaac Cuenca and Ibrahim Afellay are also absent.
Valladolid currently lie 16th in the table just two places and three points above the bottom three and are without a win in their last four games, although they are unbeaten in two after draws with Malaga and Levante.
Juan Martinez’s side Valladolid have lost against Barcelona in each of the last seven league meetings, conceding 23 goals in the process, with their last win at the Nou Camp coming in 1997.
The club will travel to Catalan without midfielder Victor Perez Alvaro Rubio, Oscar, Lluis Sastre and Daniel Larsson, while Valdet Rama is a doubt after pulling up in training.
It should be another entertaining encounter in Barcelona.