Both face the final stretch of their recoveries.
This season injuries are not abiding by Pep Guardiola. In the past two weeks, four have been players who have re-injured Eric Abidal, low for 10 days after suffering a groin injury, Carles Puyol, who was discharged on Sunday and could play against Racing in El Sardinero, and Thiago Alcántara and Alexis Sanchez, who could return on Saturday against Sevilla.
The two players are doing specific work these days, even though the template is free until tomorrow, to help the team soon. The Spanish-Brazilian player was injured Feb. 28 in the distal third of the right tibia during training before the game that the Spanish team played against Venezuela in Málaga combined, losing three games so officers, two of the season, at Sporting de Gijón and Racing de Santander, and one Champions League against Bayer Leverkusen.
Meanwhile, Alexis Sánchez suffered a new injury, the fourth so far this season, in the adductor of his right leg in the final stages of the match against Sporting Gijón at the Camp Nou.
The player came to play 90 minutes with your choice and go 6,080 miles, and that the meeting took place in Philadelphia (USA).
In this way, and only remain in the nursing Ibrahim Afellay, who in September after breaking the anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee has started to play ball, and David Villa, who is now walking without crutches after fracturing the tibia on 15 December in the semifinals of the World Club that Barça finished harvesting before the Santos Neymar. (via MD)