Barcelona aims to break their two-game losing streak across competitions as they gear up to face Valencia at Mestalla in La Liga this Saturday.
Xavi’s squad faced a setback with a 4-2 home loss to Girona last week, leaving them in fourth place, trailing by seven points at the top. Meanwhile, Valencia suffered a 1-0 defeat against Getafe, dropping them to the bottom half of the table.
Valencia, with a young team, has struggled for consistency this season, winning five, drawing four, and losing seven out of 16 matches, currently sitting in 11th place with 19 points. While they enjoyed an unbeaten streak from October 7 to November 11, their recent form includes three losses in the last four La Liga games, earning just one point in the process.