Barcelona will be aiming to keep their title defence on track when they welcome Granada to the Olympic Stadium on Sunday night.
Xavi’s side beat Alaves last weekend in a 3-1 result while the visitors shared the spoils with Las Palmas in a 1-1 draw.
The reserve fixture saw the Catalans bounce back after going two goals down in the first half to finish the game at 2-2, and the Blaugrana will hope to get all three points this time around to close Real Madrid down in the title race.
Granada however have failed to win any of their last four league matches and are in desperate need of a victory to increase their chances of finishing above the drop zone this season.
Xavi’s side despite struggling in La Liga have five wins in their last six league matches and should manage to see this game out with victory at home.
Moreover, the Catalans will have their main shot-stopper Marc André Ter Stegen back in goal after a back operation.
However, Vitor Roque is suspended for this clash following a sending-off at Alaves last weekend.
Granada meanwhile will heavily depend on Carlos Neva in attack for this game.
The match starts at 20:00 GMT.