Even if you consider the title lost, finishing third is still important for Koeman's side
Barcelona returned to training on Friday after two days off following the draw with Levante on Tuesday that saw their title hopes fade.
Ronald Koeman's side trained in the morning ahead of Sunday's match against Celta Vigo at Camp Nou (18.30pm CET kick off)
Celta arrive in Catalonia in good form having won their last four matches. They have half an eye on Europe but, with just two games left, making up five points on Villarreal is probably too much to ask.
Barça, meanwhile, need the three points even if it is unlikely they will win the league. With Sevilla just two points behind them, they need to finish third to guarantee a direct route into the Champions League and avoid a qualifier.
Ronald Araujo trained on Friday after coming off at half-time against Levante with an ankle problem.
Ilaix Moriba and Oscar Mingueza also remain with the first team, despite the fact the B team travel to Extremadura this weekend for a key promotion playoff game against UCAM Murcia.