Ernesto Valverde takes the league champions down the east coast to Valencia on Sunday where they will face an in-form Levante in the Ciudad de Valencia stadium in a game which could be more complicated than many Barca fans may think, reports Xinhua news agency.
Levante were fourth from bottom of the table when Paco Lopez replaced Juan Muniz as coach, but the former B-team coach has worked a minor miracle, winning 7 of the 9 games he has been in charge to steer the team to safety.
Barcelona travel after beating Villarreal 5-1 in midweek in a game where they once again showed their threat in attack and where Ousmane Dembele finally began to show by the club which paid so much money to sign him last summer.
Dembele scored Barca's last two goals on the night and could keep his place in the starting 11, even though Luis Suarez will return after kicking off Wednesday on the subs' bench.
Sunday could also see January signing Yerry Mina given a chance to play as Samuel Umtiti has not recovered from the injury he suffered against Real Madrid, although whether Valverde will partner Mina with Thomas Vermaelen or Gerard Pique, who on Friday was in Madrid to watch the Mutua Madrid Open with Real Madrid players, Lucas Vazquez and Marco Arsenio is still to be decided.
Barca aim to make history and for that reason Valverde will be demanding full concentration from his side on Sunday.
(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)