Celebrating goals in the game against Getafe / PHOTO: MIGUEL RUIZ-FCB

The seven points which separate Barça from the leaders with four games left to play might seem a lot, but the players won’t be letting that stop them from giving their all right to the end with a number of team and individual objectives on the agenda.

- Beat the 105 goals scored in the 2008/09 season. At the moment, the team have got 97 goals, which is already the fourth best total for the Club in a league season and with an average of two goals a game over the four remaining matches, they could match the 2009 all time record.

- The team have already established a new scoring record in all competitions this season, with 170 so far and with the four league games and the Cup Final to come, they’ll be looking to improve even further on that total.

- Despiter the defeat to Madrid, Barça still have the best home record in the league, with 15 wins, 1 draw and 1 defeat, having taken 2 more points than Madrid have at the Bernabeu. Barça also have the best scoring stats, with 65 goals and just 10 conceded.

- Pichichi, Golden Boot and world record for Messi: Leo has scored 41 league goals so far – just 1 behind Cristiano Ronaldo in the fight for the Pichichi. The Argentinean superstar is also chasing his second Golden Boot award and with 63 goals so far this season he is closing on on Gerd Müller’s record 67 from the 1972/73 season.

- Valdés’ fifth Zamora as the best keeper in the league. Valdés is closing in on his fifth Zamora title as the keeper to concede the fewest goals in a league season, with just 26 goals in 34 games, four ahead of his closest rival Casillas with 30 from the same number of games. If Valdes wins the trophy he will equal the legendary Antoni Ramallets who also won a record five.