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Live football streaming: Watch Barcelona v Deportivo La Coruna in La Liga
Three losses in their last four games, Barcelona are looking to get back on track against relegation threatened Deportivo on Saturday evening (1900 GMT)
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It’s been a rough couple of weeks for Barcelona and temporary coach Jordi Roura. After losing their Champions League 1st leg 2-0 in Milan they went on to lose two successive El Clasico’s.
They’ll be happy to face a Deportivo team who haven’t won in more than two months. They’ll be looking to get a confidence boost ahead of their massive 2nd leg tie with AC Milan.
Barcelona are still on course to win La Liga. 11 points clear of Atletico Madrid, it will take a huge collapse for the title to go elsewhere.
Some key players may be rested ahead of the Milan tie. Victor Valdes and Gerard Pique are suspended whilst Xavi remains sidelined with a hamstring problem.
Kaka, Riki, and Ze Castro all miss out for Depor with Carlos Marchena missing out through suspension.
There is surely only one winner in this clash. However, one point from their last twenty four Deportivo will be encouraged by Barcelona’s poor run of form.
- Updated: March 6, 2013