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League leaders Barcelona will look to maintain their 100% start to the season when they welcome Sevilla to the Nou Camp.
Tata Martino’s boast a strong recent record against the side from the south and are undefeated in their last 13 games, a run that stretches back 6 years.
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The Barcelona manager has included Sergio Busquets in his 20 man squad for the game after the midfielder was declared fully fit. Martino has also called back Xavi and Alexis, who were rested against Valencia however Pedro Rodríguez and Oier Olazábal have both been left out.
Carlos Puyol is not ready for a return to first team action. The all-action centre-back joined in training with the squad during the week but is still a number of weeks away from a return.
Martino is set to welcome back a host of stars following the International break and despite the unwanted break the Argentine manager is happy with the time he has had to prepare this week, saying that “the international games are no excuse for not performing to our best against Sevilla”
“We are excited about the Champions League, but we have to be careful about every single league match” he added.
Forward pair Lionel Messi and Neymar both travelled long distances during the week and the manager has revealed that he has yet to decide if they will start the game “we’ll see how they’re feeling on Saturday and decide whether they are fit enough to play the whole match or not”.
“There haven’t been any setbacks and we have had time to prepare for the game with Sevilla” he continued.
Sevilla, who are expected to have loan signing Marko Marin and Piotr Trochowski in their squad, meanwhile have made a slow start to the season and have yet to taste victory. An opening day defeat to Atletico Madrid was followed up by draws with Levante and Malaga.
Despite their winless start winger Jairo is confident of getting a result at a ground that they have won at since 2002.
“Camp Nou is one of the most difficult places in the league to go to,” he said. “But we’re looking forward to the game and want to get something positive.
“Possession is not something we’re going to enjoy, so we have to be well-disciplined and try to hurt them on the counter.
“They definitely have a weakness there. We’ll have to be strong in midfield and try to close down their space.”