10 March 2012

[Barça B] Barça B has to make a difference

The subsidiary visit to Sabadell Saturday (18.00 hours, Esport3) in a Catalan derby pits two teams tied on points in the standings.

Eusebio Sacristán: "We face a team that has arguments different to most sets of Second Division A".

Barça B and Sabadell have a very similar situation. Both teams have a similar game, and both accumulate 35 points in the league. Neither the subsidiary nor the set of Lluís Carreras able to win over their respective rivals last weekend. For this reason, the game this Saturday is a match that marked differences between the two Catalan teams.

The set of Eusebio Sacristán comes to grief Catalan after tied at zero in the field of Recreativo de Huelva. However, in 13 games played away from home, the azulgranas have only lost 5 in all so far this league. Still, the Barça coach said that the template is ready "to make a good game." To do this, Barça B has all its troops, except Miño and Ilie to be low due to their injuries. Eusebio has not Tello, Sergi Roberto, Muniesa, Montoya and Bartra to be exercised with the first team all week.

However, in the first round of the League, specifically October 1, the Sabadell won the Miniestadi with a 0-1. The winning goal was scored by Juvenal in the 40th minute that ended up deciding to target the Catalan derby. The offensive player of Barça B was Cristian Tello, who now plays with the first team. At that time, however, Sabadell was at the top of the Second Division table, "Then we were under construction and had no current consistency and security," he argued Eusebio Sacristán.

Despite the tie on points with Barça B, Sabadell is in the fourteenth position classification. Only lost two games at home to Valladolid and Córdoba and accumulated four days now unbeaten in their field. However, just lost the last match against Hercules 1-0.

"We face a team that has arguments different to most sets of Second Division A. Playing in a manner similar to ours and that makes it necessary to compete for the possession and control of the game," said Eusebio Sacristán, who also see differences between the two teams: "they, when they have the ball, have come to defend in solidarity, while we will seek to rival". (via FCBarcelona.cat)