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Barcelona will look to build on their stunning 4-3 win in the “El Clasico” when they take on Celta Vigo later today.
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A Lionel Messi hat-trick secured the three points for Tata Martino’s side in and moved the club to within one point of the top, with the manager claiming after the match that the “The league begins again,”
Messi’s treble saw he become the all-time leading goal scorer in El Classico matches at the weekend and his coach admitted that he had run of words to describe the Argentine forward.
“I can hardly talk about Leo but there’s no need. It is compliment after compliment,” Martino told reporters.
With nine matches left to play Barcelona are right back in the race and they will hope to keep the pressure on against a Celta Vigo side that currently sits 12th in the table.
The club have won just one of their last 5 games, a 1-0 success away to Levante and will head into the game on the back of a 2-0 defeat at home to Malaga.
The club have proved strong on the road in recent games picking up wins against Grenada and Villarreal in addition to the success over Levante, conceding just one goal in the process however the fact that they lost to both Real and Atletico Madrid, with the concession of three goals in each game, would mean the odds are against them.
The club are managed by former Barcelona legend Luis Enrique and while there will be no favours expected at the Nou Camp on Wednesday, given that Barcelona won 3-0 when the two sides met earlier in the season, a repeat would seem on the cards.
Celta will welcome back defenders Gustavo Cabral and Jon Aurtenetxe to their squad after suspension with the pair likely to go straight back into the side while Jonathan dos Santos (knee) and Isaac Cuenca (hamstring) are out for Barcelona.
Barca captain Carles Puyol (knee) is a doubt for the game but will be assessed.