Barcelona v Osasuna Live Stream Schedule, Team News and Match Preview as Gerardo Martino’s side look to get back on track at Nou Camp
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Barcelona will look to bounce back from last weekend’s disappointing defeat to Real Valladolid when they take on Osasuna at the Nou Camp.
Italian striker Fausto Rossi scored the only goal last weekend to condemn Barca to their third defeat in six La Liga games.
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Their poor recent domestic form has seen them slip from top spot to four points behind new leaders Real Madrid, as well as placing pressure on manager Tata Martino.
Martino saw the pressure elevated somewhat during the week as his troops eased their way into the quarter-finals of the Champions league midweek.
A 2-1 home win over Manchester City enough to seal a 4-1 aggregate win and he will hope that his team can transfer their European form into the domestic league.
Martino will be confident of doing just that against an Osasuna side that has lost on all of their last five visits to the Nou Camp conceding 21 goals in the process.
Osasuna are currently 15th in the table just two places and three points above the relegation zone and with just two wins in their last 8 games.
The club have lost on each of their last outings going down 2-0 to both Levante and Malaga, however despite their struggles, striker Oriol Reira, a former Barcelona youth star, believes his side can make life tricky for the hosts.
“Playing against one of the top three sides is always very difficult, but we’re going there keen to make things difficult for them,” he told the club’s official website.
“We will make their lives difficult. At least, that’s what we’ll be trying to do.”
Those chances will be boosted by the return of defender Marc Bertran after a hamstring injury however Sisi (knee) and Miguel de las Cuevas (toe) both miss out.
Barcelona meanwhile Jonathan dos Santos (knee) and Isaac Cuenca (hamstring) are both out while Gerard Pique could be rested with one eye on next weekend’s clash with Real Madrid.
The Spanish International is just one yellow card away from a suspension