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Barça Regal and Unic Kazan / PHOTO: ARXIU FCB

The future of three of FC Barcelona’s professional teams will be decided this week at the Palau Blaugrana. The arena will host up to six top-notch games from Tuesday through Sunday. Four of them decisive, like the first two Euroleague quarter-finals matches between Barça Regal and Unics Kazan; the Futsal King’s Cup playoff between Barça Alusport and Inter Movistar; or the return leg of the Round of 16 Champions League tie between Barça Intersport and Montpelier.

Here is an overview of the schedule at the Palau through Sunday:

Tuesday, the 20th: afternoon of basketball and football

The marathon of matches at the Palau starts this Tuesday, at 19:00, with the first quarter-final match of the Euroleague between Barça Regal and Unics Kazan. Immediately afterward, Barça will take on Granada at the Camp Nou.

Wednesday, the 21st: top-shelf Cup match

After basketball and football, Wednesday will see the futsal team take the stage. It will be the away leg of the King’s Cup between Barça Alusport and Inter Movistar (20:30).

Thursday, the 22nd: second match against Unics Kazan

On Thursday there will be another night of European basketball at the Palau. Barça Regal and Unic Kazan will play in the second game of the Euroleague quarter-final (20:45).

Saturday, 24th: clásicos in futsal and roller hockey

After a day of rest, the Palau will host two more classic matches. The first will be another match against Inter Movistar in the Fustal League (13:00), and the second will see Barça’s roller hockey team take on Roncato Patí Vic, for Matchday 17 of the OK Liga (19:00).

Sunday, the 25th: Barça Intersport looks to fight back

The week will come to a close with one of the most awaited matches of the week: the round of 16 return leg of the Champions League between Barça Intersport and Montpelier. Pascual’s team needs to fight back from the 30-28 loss in France (17:00).

We need a full Camp Nou

Just like the Palau Blaugrana, the Camp Nou will also host a decisive match this Tuesday. The first team will take on Granada at 21:00 and attempt to keep on winning points to keep the La Liga title hope alive.

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