A look at Barcelona's remaining La Liga fixtures as they look to hold off a determined Real Madrid and successfully defend their title.
With rounds of fixtures set to be played over a period of four weeks, the fitness of players will be key to Barcelona hopes.
La Liga in Spain is back after a three month break due to the covid19 pandemic. Last Liga Santander resumed with matchday 28 fixtures where Real Madrid secured 3-1 win against Eibar at Estadio Di Stefano and Barcelona responded with 4 - 0 win at Mallorca.
It means that FC Barcelona remain at the top of the La Liga table and lead second placed Real Madrid by two points with ten round of matches to g. The race to the finish line becomes more exciting as the players from both sides are fresh after the unexpected long mid season break.
However, the remaining fixtures for both teams include a host of matches that will test their title credentials.The 2019-20 La Liga season is all set to go down to the wire as both Real Madrid and Barcelona resumed the season with responding Victoria. The only piece missing from this epic and to a competition Last Liga season is that the teams will not face each other in their remaining fixtures.After the 0-4 thrashing of RCD Mallorca, wherein the little maestro, Lionel Messi produced another scintillating performance, grabbing one goal and two assists, FC Barcelona welcomed CD Leganes on Matchday 29.
Leganes sat 19th in the La Liga table with ten games to go before losing 2-0 to the Blaugrana at the empty Camp Nou. Their latest defeat makes it even more difficult for Leganes to avoid the drop this season.
Meanwhile Barcelona's win saw the prodigy Ansu Fati score and their 'Messiah', Leo Messi, get on the scoresheet for the second consecutive game. In the process, Barcelona extended their lead over Real Madrid to five points, having played a game more tahn Los Blancos.
In this article, we focus on FC Barcelona’s remaining fixtures and analyse whether they can outperform Real Madrid to successfully defend their La Liga title.
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