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Those are the margins that Barcelona are playing with, with a loss in Valencia a potentially fatal blow, but a win putting them in a great position.
Ronald Koeman‘s side will have been especially disappointed with the loss to Granada as they could have gone top with a win, but now must pick themselves up as they continue their hunt for a double.
The Dutch boss is confident that if his team wins their remaining five games, they will be crowned champions and that is the challenge before them which begins on Sunday at the Mestalla.
For the game against Valencia, Koeman will go all in, resting none of his stars ahead of next week’s showdown with Atleti, with Pedri and Clement Lenglet returning to the side and expected to start alongside the usual suspects
Valencia’s wretched campaign stems from an extremely poor away record, with the side having picked up two points from the previous possible 27.
If their form on the road had matched their results at Mestalla, Javi Gracia’s side would be pushing for a European place because they are unbeaten in eight games in theit home stadium.
Valencia have competed admirably against the top sides in the division at home, beating Real Madrid 4-1 and only going down to late goals against both Atletico Madrid and Sevilla.
Despite their turbulent season, Los Che should be able to take the game to a Barca side who are looking increasingly tired as they limp towards the finish line and try to regain La Liga title.