Both league games are at the Camp Nou, FCB v Levante on Sunday 15 February at 5.00pm (CET) and FCB v Málaga on Saturday 21 at 4.00pm (CET)
Two new kick-off times have been confirmed – the back-to-back matches at the Camp Nou that Barça will play directly after taking on Athletic Bilbao at San Mamés. The Catalans entertain Malaga and Levante, with a Spanish Cup semi-final in between, should they get past Atlético in the quarters.
FCB play Levante on Sunday 15 February at 5.00pm (CET) and Malaga on Saturday 21 at 4.00pm (CET). Earlier on in the season, Barça visited the grounds of both sides and collected four of the six possible points. They cruised to a 5-0 win at Levante’s Ciutat de València stadium, but the game in Malaga ended scoreless.
Possible cup semi
The arrangements for the Spanish Cup semi-finals were also revealed on Monday. If Barça make it into the last four, which will mean beating Atlético Madrid over two legs, they would play the first leg on Wednesday 11 February at 8.00pm (CET) against the winner of the quarter final between Villarreal and Getafe.