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Ansu Fati once again scored for Barcelona, this time against Leganes. The Barca academy player is the man with the best shots on target/goal average out of the whole squad.
Barcelona manager Quique Setién held a press conference to speak about the team's next match, against Leganés this Tuesday 16 of June in the Camp Nou. The coach was questioned about the starting lineup, particularly Luis Suárez's presence in the next match, but he admitted that he hasn't decided yet.
Quique Setién said that Suárez is likely to play. Meanwhile, Lionel Messi will know how to manage his own fitness through La Liga's rapid end to the season but has no injury problems ahead of Barcelona's return against Real Mallorca on Saturday.
Samuel Eto'o analysed the goings-on at Barcelona and recommended that Xavi be manager when "Messi is still on the pitch because everything will be easier for him".
When La Liga stopped they were not expected to play any part in the rest of the title race but when the season resumes on Thursday, Eden Hazard and Luis Suarez could be set to decide it.Â
Quique Setien has given some clues on his line-up for Barcelona's first La Liga game back. He explained that Leo Messi will be 100% for the match at Son Moix and that Luis Suarez will play, but not the 90 minutes.
The return of Luis Suárez has taken more of the limelight away from Martin Braithwaite, but it's a good fit for the Dane. He wants to make the most of his experience at Barcelona as much as possible, learning first hand from the best.
The Barcelona manager is calm with Leo Messi's progress and sees him playing in the restart against Mallorca. In addition, he believes Luis Suarez is doing "better than we expected" and could even put him in the starting line-up.
Leo Messi, Luis Suarez and Antoine Griezmann. The trident was called to lead Barcelona, but injuries have deprived the three of them from playing together. They have only played 33.5% of LaLiga matches together this season.
Barcelona got the bad news about Leo Messi's injury on Friday, but the good news of the more than possible return of Suárez for the first match after the break. And the Uruguayan isn't just a guaranteed goalscorer, his goals usually mean three points, because when he scores, Barca almost always win.
The Uruguayan striker spoke about recovering from his injury, the return of LaLiga and the next personal and team challenges. Suárez states: 'I feel very good, adapting to training with my team-mates. Returning after an injury is always difficult, because you are a little scared but I'm enjoying being back.'