After the 1-1 draw at Dortmund in the Champions League midweek, Barça return to their domestic duties with a trip to Andalusia to face Granada, who have been on fine form since returning to La Liga after two seasons in the second division.
With further league games against Villarreal and Getafe coming in rapid succession after this, this is a big game for the Catalans, who are still looking for their first Liga win on the road in 2019/20. Boosted by good news on the injury front, Barça will be hoping to extend on a winning streak of six games against Granada, scoring 21 goals and conceding just two.
The game is raising huge expectation in Granada, where temporary terracing has been installed at Los Carmenes to cater for the massive demand for tickets. A fantastic atmosphere seems guaranteed.
Luis Suárez, who scored a hat-trick at Los Cármenes to secure the league title on the final day of the 2015/16 season, has a total of five goals against Granada, all scored away from home.
Granada are the third highest-scoring team in La Liga so far with 9 goals in four games. Villarreal have 10 and Barça top the list with 12.
Granada: WWLD (7 points)
Barça: WDWL (7 points)
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