Here are now happy Predictions for the Clash tomorrow

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Here are now happy Predictions for the Clash tomorrow Barcelona will play Getafe at the Camp Nou tomorrow night after winning the Copa del Rey over the weekend.

On Thursday, April 22, 2021, at 8:00 PM CET, the match will take place.

Stadium: Camp Nou

Matchday 31 of the La Liga season

Jorge Figueroa Vazquez is the official referee.

Overview

Barcelona’s Copa del Rey triumph was fleeting. The announcement of an (even shorter-lived) European Super League quickly overshadowed a night of celebration. The focus must now change as the team attempts to win one of the most competitive La Liga races in recent memory. With just eight games remaining, every point is critical.

Culés was demoralized by his team’s defeat to Real Madrid two weeks ago, but Madrid recently drew 0-0 against Getafe, allowing Barça to leapfrog them in the table with a victory. Apart from a 1-2 loss in the El Clasico, the Catalans have not lost in La Liga since December 5, and they have won 48 out of a possible 57 points. Their Copa victory should instill trust in them, which will be crucial against a tough opponent like Getafe.

Getafe is currently ranked 15th in the league table, but their performance belies their ranking. They were held to a 0-0 draw by Real Madrid, but they should have won all three points. On expected goals, Getafe outscored Madrid 2.19 to 0.62. They drew 0-0 with Atletico Madrid a month ago. They haven’t won since the end of February and have lost four of their last five games.

Barça and Getafe’s last time was in October, and Getafe won 1-0 in a hard-fought encounter.

What to expect from Barcelona?

Ronald Koeman will certainly field his best starting eleven with just eight games remaining. Given the team’s recent performance, Koeman would most likely use a 3-4-3 or 3-5-2 formation to provide defensive flexibility and attacking width. Who cuts is the mystery?

Marc-Andre Ter Stegen would almost certainly start in goal, with Oscar Mingueza on the right, Gerard Pique in the center, and Clement Lenglet on the left flanking him. In the cup final against Bilbao, Pique made a triumphant return to the starting lineup, expertly shutting down Bilbao’s only attacking hazard, Inaki Williams. On the other hand, Getafe is particularly fast on the counter, and Ronald Araujo can start in the middle, allowing Pique to rest.

Here are now happy Predictions for the Clash tomorrow Apart from Ansu Fati and Philippe Coutinho, Barça is lucky not to have any major injuries at this critical stage of the season. Koeman will continue to use his preferred attacking options. As normal, Sergio Dest and Jordi Alba will be critical on the wings. The midfield trio of Frenkie De Jong, Sergio Busquets, and Pedri will have to stay calm and composed against a Getafe side that will not be afraid to get under their skin. To beat Getafe, the Dutchman will have to repeat his effort from the Copa del Rey final.

Antoine Griezmann, fresh off a fantastic cup final, should start alongside Lionel Messi upfront. Ousmane Dembele will undoubtedly provide a spark off the bench, but he’s had trouble this season against teams who prefer to sit back, protect, and set up a “low-block.”

Martin Braithwaite, who has been a regular starter off the bench for Barcelona this season, will be unavailable. In training, the Dane suffered an injury to his right ankle and is now unavailable for selection.

Barcelona would have the majority of possession due to Getafe’s style of play. It should be in control for most of the game, but Getafe might not be as vulnerable defensively as Bilbao was in the cup final.

What do Getafe fans expect?

Getafe is a strong defensive team that is also very offensive, but they struggle to score goals. Despite being in 15th place, they have the league’s seventh-best defensive record, conceding just over one goal per game. In terms of pressures per 90 minutes, they are ranked third (147.3). In terms of tackles per game, they are in fifth place (16.2). They rank third in terms of loose ball recoveries per 90 minutes (94.3) and sixth in interceptions (10.4).

Simply put, their rate of disciplinary action is incredible. Getafe has accumulated 103 yellow cards in the league, 14 more than Celta Vigo in the second position. For the sake of comparison, the league currently leads all of Europe’s top-five leagues.

Getafe will sit back and absorb pressure, hoping to capitalize on the counter-attack, but their offense has struggled all season. They are tied for the league’s fewest goals scored. This season (22), which means Messi has scored more goals than the entire team. Here are now happy Predictions for the Clash tomorrow. They have underperformed by 7.89 goals in terms of projected goals, indicating that they are not as clinical as they should be.

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Coach José Bordalás prefers to play in a 4-4-2 formation, and he can do so against the Blaugrana. His squad would most likely be the same as when they kept Real Madrid to a draw. In goal, David Soria; in the back, Suarez, Djene, David Timor, and Mathias Olivera; in the centre, Carles Alena, Mauro Arambarri, Nemanja Maksimovic, and Marc Cucurella; and up front, Enes Unal and Jaime Mata.

Here are now happy Predictions for the Clash tomorrow

Carles Aleña is currently on loan at Getafe from Barcelona, so he will be looking to prove himself.

Players to Watch

Here are now happy Predictions for the Clash tomorrow

Lionel Messi

Lionel Messi is the player to watch for Barcelona, particularly after his success in the Copa Del Rey final against Athletic Bilbao. His 23 goals are more than what Getafe has managed in the entire season. Despite failing to get involved in a single goal in the last two league matches, the Argentine himself has been in good form.

Messi has been involved in a total of 18 league goals in the last 11 league matches, averaging almost two goals per game, which is incredible for any player. Barcelona, therefore, will be hoping for a similar performance when they take on Getafe this midweek in their bid to maintain pressure on league leaders Atletico Madrid.

Here are now happy Predictions for the Clash tomorrow

Marc Cucurella

Getafe is always more than the sum of its pieces, but Marc Cucurella is a player to keep an eye on. Cucurella has established himself as a key player for Getafe since joining them from Barcelona last summer, playing the most minutes and starting the most games. Here are now happy Predictions for the Clash tomorrow. This season, Cucurella has three goals and one assist to his credit. He has 2.22 shot-creating acts per game and 2.55 crosses completed per game.

Because of Getafe’s style of play, he has struggled offensively, but his pace could be dangerous against the Catalans. When he plays at LM, his matchups with Sergio Dest and Oscar Mingueza will be interesting to watch.

Form

FC Barcelona

Previous games: WLWWW

Barcelona 4-0 Athletic Bilbao | Copa del Rey

Real Madrid 2-1 Barcelona | La Liga

Barcelona 1-0 Real Valladolid | La Liga

Real Sociedad 1-6 Barcelona | La Liga

Barcelona 4-1 Huesca | La Liga

Position in La Liga: 3rd

65 points in 30 games

20 wins, five draws, and five losses

69 Goals Scored, 26 Goals Conceded

+43 Goal Difference

Getafe

Previous games: DLDDD

Getafe 0-0 Real Madrid | La Liga

Getafe 0-1 Cadiz | La Liga

Osasuna 0-0 Getafe | La Liga

Getafe 1-1 Elche | La Liga

Getafe 0-0 Atletico Madrid | La Liga

Position in La Liga: 15th

31 points in 31 games

Seven victories, ten draws, and 41 defeats

Goals scored: 22; goals allowed: 34; goal differential: -12

Record of head-to-head competition

Barcelona has won four of their previous five meetings, with one loss (8 goals for, 3 against)

Getafe 1-0 Barcelona | La Liga 20/21

Barcelona 2-1 Getafe | La Liga 19/20

Getafe 0-2 Barcelona | La Liga 19/20

Barcelona 2-0 Getafe | La Liga 18/19

Getafe 1-2 Barcelona | La Liga 18/19

Match facts

  • In their last nine meetings against Getafe, Barcelona has finished the game with two goals six times.
  • Barça has not beaten Getafe by more than two goals in five years.
  • In 15 games, Getafe has failed to win at the Camp Nou.
  • In 2021, Getafe has only won three of their last 17 games.

FC Barcelona’s Team News

Ansu Fati (knee), Phillipe Coutinho (knee), Martin Braithwaite (ankle), and Neto (ankle) are all sidelined with injuries (foot)

Suspended: N/A

Possible lineup

3-5-2

Ter Stegen

Mingueza · Pique · Lenglet

Dest · De Jong · Busquets · Pedri · Alba

Messi · Griezmann

Getafe

Absences

Injured: Dario Poveda, Erick Cabaco, Cucho Hernandez

Suspended: Allan Nyom

Possible lineup

4-4-2:

Soria

Suarez · Djene · Timor · Olivera

Aleña · Arambarri · Makismovic · Cucurella

Unal · Mata

Prediction

In his pre-game press conference, Koeman emphasized the importance of this match and stated that Getafe would undoubtedly be one of Barça’s toughest opponents for the remainder of the season. The Blaugrana must remain calm, energized, and focused on the job at hand, ensuring that Getafe does not irritate them. Here are now happy Predictions for the Clash tomorrow. It won’t be a goal-fest if Getafe’s defense holds up, but their attack shouldn’t pose a threat to the hosts. Barcelona would have to fight hard for a win, and they should succeed.

Brchilloni Prediction: 2-0 win for Barcelona.

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