FC Barcelona face Leganes on Saturday. Luis Enrique has to decide if he will keep up his rotation policy after his side romped past Celtic.
The situation is similar to last week, when Barcelona played Alaves before facing the Scots, with Atletico Madrid ahead on Wednesday.
Barcelona made several cahgnes and lost 2-1 to minnows Alaves, so what will happen this week? Barcelona played their Gala XI vs Celtic, apart from Andres Iniesta, and won 7-0.
On Saturday September 17 they face Leganes, on the 21st they host Atletico, on the 24th they visit Sporting and on the 28th they head to Germany to play Borussia Monchengladbach. Four games in 12 days.
Beyond the MSN and perhaps goalkeeper Ter Stegen, the rest of the squad can expect to be rotated, including an untouchable like ergio Busquets.
So it wouldn't be a surprise if Lucho changes his defence and midfield, but perhaps not as much as he did against Alaves. Barcelona can learn from Atletico's results, after they drew with Alaves 1-1 and then Leganes 0-0 in their first two games...