Barcelona predicted the line-up against Celta Vigo

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Barcelona’s latest attempt to wake up from their latest hibernation means that they will take a trip to Celta Vigo on Saturday afternoon.

Barça are currently in purgatory in the middle of the table after Ronald Koeman’s term ended after a 1-0 loss to Rayo Vallecano last month.

Interim manager Sergi Barjuan has been monitoring a 1-0 victory over Dynamo Kiev in the Champions League in the middle of the week, but he will be keen to end their barren league race after three games without a win – if he remains in the lead, of course

This is how Barcelona can line up in the middle of a myriad of injury problems.

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November 3, 2021

Mingueza has been impressive in recent weeks / Quality Sport Images / GettyImages

Marc-Andre ter Stegen (GK) – Barcelona’s number one has only kept three zeros all season, spread over all competitions. Nevertheless, the problems are largely ahead of the German.

Oscar Mingueza (RB) – Produced a clever cut that led to Fati’s winner against Dynamo Kiev in the middle of the week.

Eric Garcia (CB) – Still to show why Barça were so keen to steal him from Manchester City on a free transfer, but it’s early days.

Clement Lenglet (CB) – The absence of Gerard Pique and Ronald Araujo should lead to a fresh start for the Frenchman.

Jordi Alba (LB) – The Spaniard is knocking a little now at 32, but he is still a key member of the team. Will bomb out to give width but must be aware of his defensive responsibilities.

Busquets remain an integral part of Barcelona’s hopes / PAU BARRENA / GettyImages

Sergio Busquets (DM) – A Jekyll & Hyde campaign from the 33-year-old so far, although his reading of the game is still among the best in the world.

Frenkie de Jong (CM) – Is not in his best condition, but a rest in the middle of the week should enable De Jong to regain a starting place.

Gavi (CM) – Fresh from doing his homework, Gavi will once again be on the pitch as one of Barça’s central trio. Has already shown a maturity that contradicts his tender years.

Fati celebrates its winner against Dynamo Kiev / BSR Agency / GettyImages

Yusuf Demir (RW) – The 18-year-old’s pace and tricks are a key component of his game, but his inexperience at this level is also obvious. Must start because Ousmane Dembele is injured, again.

Memphis Depay (ST) – Scored a sublime goal against Alaves and now knows he is the man responsible for scoring Barça’s goals for the next three months – due to Sergio Aguero’s absence.

Ansu Fati (LW) – Things have been pretty bleak for Barça lately, but the brightest spark of all has been Fati. Injury problems seem to sit properly in the rearview mirror and you feel that there is a lot left.

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