Barca @ Deportivo La Coruna
Three weeks ago if someone was to tell you that Barcelona's six month unbeaten run, spanning 39 games in all competitions would come to an end against Real Madrid you may well have believed them.
But if they were to follow that up by saying Barca would lose their next two La Liga games against Real Sociedad and Valencia as well, you may have thought that were pulling your leg.
Once they added that Barcelona would also be knocked out of the UEFA Champions League and you might have considered if they were certifiable.
But that is the exact scenario Barca find themselves in.
Thankfully for Barcelona, they hold a good record over Deportivo La Coruna.
Over the past decade Barca have lost just once in 15 games and in Barca's last two trips to Estadio Riazor they have scored 9 times.
Barcelona are likely to be without Arda Turan and with Gerard Pique suspended, Marc Bartra should partner Javier Mascherano with Thomas Vermaelen and Jeremy Mathieu injured.
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