Barcelona will look to make it seven straight wins in all competitions when they face Mallorca in La Liga on Tuesday night.
The Catalans have amassed 16 points from their opening six league games this season, putting them at the top of the table, while Mallorca sit 15th with five points from their first six games.
Mallorca have won one, drawn two, and lost three of their first six La Liga matches this season, totalling five points which leaves them in 15th on the table.
The Pirates began their season with a 1-1 draw against Las Palmas before falling to Villarreal and Granada at the end of August.
Mallorca earned their second point of the season against Athletic Bilbao at home in early September before defeating Celta Vigo 1-0 after the international break.
Barcelona, since the draw on the opening day of the league, have been in fine form, winning all of their games in both the league and the UEFA Champions League.
The latest was a dramatic comeback win over Celta Vigo on Saturday at home.
Celta led 2-0 going into the last 10 minutes, but a double from Robert Lewandowski tied the scores in the 85th minute before Joao Cancelo scored the winner in the 89th minute, lifting the Catalan team to 16 points and putting them at the top of the table.
Barcelona have won the last five meetings between the two teams across all competitions.