Possible alignments of the sevilla barça

Possible alignments of the Seville-FC Barcelona

Possible alignments of the Seville-FC Barcelona

Published:8/02/2014 - 19:47h

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Gerardo Martino has summoned to 18 players for the transcendental split suspender belt of this Sunday against the Seville in the Sánchez Pizjuán. If the FC Barcelona wins, will go back to put leader after the unexpected trip of the Athletic of Madrid in Almería

 

 
The 'Tata' Martino has carried to 18 footballers to Seville and will range the eleven more competitive that have to his disposal to plant face to the venues and achieve a victory that would go back to plant to the FC Barcelona like leader of the competition, although thinking also in the turn of semifinals of Glass of the King in front of the Real Sociedad. Jordi Alba and Javier Mascherano will not be able to play by sanction, whereas it foresees that the Argentinian technician reserve to Dani Alves for the turn of Glass of the King against the Real Sociedad. Sergi Roberto and Andrés Iniesta, instead, aim to headlines in the centre of the field culé.
 
In this context, the eleven likely that will pose the Barça will be formed by Víctor Valdés in the goal; Montoya, Hammered, Bartra and Adriano in defence; Sergio Busquets in the defensive pivote, by behind Sergi Roberto and Andrés Iniesta; and, up, a trident formed by Pedro Rodríguez, Leo Messi and Alexis Sánchez to try desarticular to the defence of the Seville. Cesc Fábregas, Xavi or Cristian Tello could appear in the second half in function of the course of the party.
 
Possible alignment of the FC Barcelona: Valdés; Montoya, Hammered, Bartra, Adriano; Busquets, Sergi Roberto, Andrés Iniesta; Pedro, Alexis Sánchez and Leo Messi.
 
Possible alignment of the Seville FC: Beto; Alberto Moreno, Fazio, Couple, Fernando Navarro; Rakitic, Trochowski, Iborra; Vitolo, Kings, Bacca.

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