Barcelona lost their last La Liga game to Valencia, and they will hope to come back to winning ways when they have Levante on Sunday night.
The Blaugrana dealt with a commanding 5-0 win in the Copa Del Rey as of late against Leganes.
Levante have just showed signs of improvement of Barcelona prior this season as they won 3-1 at home in November. Barcelona trail Real Madrid by six on the table (having played a match less) and they can’t manage the cost of any more slip-ups as that could give their most despised adversaries a huge favorable position in the title race.
Club News: Winger Ousmane Dembele is out with hamstring damage. Luis Suarez is likewise a long haul non-attendant with a knee issue. Reinforcement goalkeeper Neto is battling with his lower leg which would see him pass up a great opportunity.
4-3-3 Barcelona Predicted Lineup Vs Levante
Quique Setién has played with a three-man barrier in a portion of the games. Against Valencia, they arranged in what resembled a (3-1-4-2). Barcelona looked a long way from compelling, and they endured a 2-0 annihilation. Thus, we accept that he may go in with a 4-3-3 arrangement which the Barcelona players are progressively used to.
Marc-André ter Stegen is an easy decision to begin in objective for Barcelona. Samuel Umititi is back in favor under the new director, and he is going to begin in focal protection. He is probably going to be banded together by the accomplished Gerard Pique. Jordi Alba is set to include at left-back right now. The right-back spot is relied upon to be involved by Sergi Roberto after Nelson Semedo played the midweek tie against Leganes in the Copa Del Rey.
Sergio Busquets will be in his typical guarded midfield job, and he will hope to direct the game from profound territories. Brazilian worldwide Arthur Melo is probably going to get approval to highlight in the center. Frenkie De Jong is pretty much a nailed-on starter in midfield. Experienced players like Ivan Rakitic and Arturo Vidal may need to pass up a great opportunity.
17-year-old Ansu Fati could begin the left flank. The winger has three objectives in all rivalries this season, and he has figured out how to grab the attention up until now. Lionel Messi is relied upon to be in his standard free job on the right. Antoine Griezmann could wind up driving the line without Luis Suarez. Griezmann and Messi may continue exchanging their positions when required, and the front three is likely going to be adaptable.