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Barcelona will aim to keep their 100% record intact when they travel to face Osasuna on Saturday.
Gerardo Martino’s side recording breaking side have been impressive so far this season winning all 8 games with 28 goals scored and just 6 conceded, with their stunning start setting a club record.
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That record could become the all time best record should Barcelona beat Osasuna this weekend and Real Madrid next week however midfielder Sergio Busquets and the rest of the team insist they are just taking it one game at a time and not looking ahead to setting a league record in one of the biggest games in world football.
“It’s obvious that getting the record would mean having a bigger point advantage and that our start to the season would be unsurpassable, but records don’t give you titles and we can’t forget about Atlético Madrid,” he said.
The defensive midfielder also revealed that the player are all happy with Martino’s rotation policy, adding “We like it and we accept it. The players want to play, but we know that it’s a long season and that we will all get playing time.”
While Lionel Messi, Pedro and Alexis Sanchez have been in imperious fashion in front of goals, the Barcelona defence has also been impressive and it looks set to get even stronger with Carlos Puyol back in the squad 220 days after he was injured in the game against AC Milan.
Since then he has undergone arthroscopy for articular cleansing of his right knee and has also had a Baker’s cyst removed and has missed a total of 27 games during that period.
The Spanish star has been named in the Barcelona squad for the trip to Pamplona and should feature. Javier Mascherano and Lionel Messi are also back are recent injury’s while Dani Alves, Gerard Piqué and Alexis Sánchez have all been left behind after a hectic international break.
Injured trio Jordi Alba, Ibrahim Afellay and Isaac Cuenca all miss the trip.
Osasuna meanwhile will head into the game buoyed by their 1-0 away win over Malaga last time out and another surprise win on Saturday could see them move up to mid-table, depending on results elsewhere.
After opening the season with four straight defeats, Osasuna have steadied the ship in recent weeks winning two of their last four but will head into the game with doubts over the fitness of Raoul Loe, Roberto Torres, Echaide, Miguel Flano and Nino.
Definitely out is Alvaro Cejudo, through suspension.