Possible alignments of the Barça-Granada

KOEMAN HAS SEVERAL DOUBTS

The possible line-ups of the FC Barcelona-Granada of LaLiga

Published:28/04/2021 - 12:02h

Updated:28/04/2021 - 14:34h

FC Barcelona will host Granada this Thursday from 7:00 p.m. at the Camp Nou. Ronald Koeman has some doubts in his eleven, but he will not make great rotations thinking about getting the three points

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The FC Barcelona​ will confront this Thursday from the 19:00 hours to the Granadain the corresponding meeting to the day 33 of LaLiga. The culés have slope this party from the final of the Glass of Rey, since all the other teams of LaLiga had meeting these days. Therefore, the Barcelona will equalise to duels to the rest of groups and no longer will have the 'advantage' that supposed to have a pending duel.

In front of the barcelonistas will be an Andalusian group, that arrives to the Camp Nou eighth to eight points of the Europe League. The grenadian dream with approaching to European places, by what will not throw the party in spite of his denumerable low. By his part, the Barça would put leader of the championship in case to win to the nazarís, by what expects that Ronald Koeman no rote too much. To continuation, our forecast of the alignments of both groups.

Possible alignments of the FC Barcelona-Granada

  • FC Barcelona: Ter Stegen; Araújo, Hammered, Lenglet; Sergi Roberto, Jordi Alba, Busquets, Of Jong, Pedri; Griezmann and Messi.
  • Granada: Aarón; Víctor Díaz, Nehuén, Germán, Quini; Machís, Eteki, Gonalons, Kenedy, Yangel Herrera and Soldier

Ter Stegen

Marc-André ter Stegen​ will be under the sticks a party more to try avoid that the Barça receive goals. The German is a low insurance sticks and the ones of Diego Martínez go to have very complicated to beat him. Besides, the germano arrives after receiving two so many against the Getafe and one in front of the Villarreal, by what will have more win that never to leave at last his goal to zero.

Araújo-Hammered-Lenglet

Ronald Araújo could go in by Óscar Mingueza this Thursday after chaining two suplencias consecutive. The charrúa follows looking for his best version after recovering of the injury of ankle and therefore Koeman could take advantage of this duel to give him another opportunity. However, the canterano is in shape and can not descartar that it repeat. Gerard Hammered, already recovered of the all, aims to title again in this defence of three at the side of the Uruguayan and of Clément Lenglet, that seems to have ensured his presence in the eleven by the 'mania' of Koeman for playing with defenders on foot natural.

Sergi Roberto-Busquets-Of Jong-Pedri-Jordi Alba

In this 3-5-2, Jordi Alba will be still in the left lane with security, although in the right could have novelties. Sergiño Dest Was to title in front of the Villarreal and is possible that the technician decide rotar this day planting to Sergi Roberto, that went out of start in front of the Getafe. That is the only doubt, since in principle the centre of the field will follow formed by Sergio Busquets, Frenkie of Jong and Pedri.

Messi-Griezmann

In the forward there is a big doubt and is not another that the inclusion of Dembélé in the eleven by Antoine Griezmann. The ex of the Dortmund was acting so much in the final of Glass as against the Villarreal and lost the duel against the Getafe by injury. The common sense says that it would have to be title this Thursday, although the big state of form of his compatriot leaves this in doubt. The ex of the Athletic is very in shape and sum 4 goals in the last 3 meetings, marking in all they. Koeman Could take advantage of this to follow having he, by what Ousmane could have more options to be headline if the míster changes his system and puts four defences or if it leaves in the half two midfield players in place of three, something that could occur.

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