28 April 2012

[Barça B] Barça B wants to conquer Galicia

The subsidiary will try to get in the game this Saturday against Celta de Vigo (20.00 hours), bringing good run also in the attacking half.

Eusebio Sacristán: "The mood has Celta to get the promotion is a huge motivation for them."

Since two days ago that the Barça B is in Galicia after take off on Thursday with one goal: get a new triumph. The azulgranas are looking for another victory, this time out, to end April and extend unbeaten streak of eight consecutive games without losing. However, Celta will not make things any easier, because you want to keep the third place in the standings.

The last time the subsidiary was lost outside the home in Galicia. It was, specifically, by 18 February in a match between Deportivo La Coruna with Barça B and ended with a 2-1 defeat. The set of Eusebio Sacristán stands currently in eighth place on the leaderboard with 50 points.

Barça B figures are pretty good home. In 16 games played, has only lost five, drawn seven and has won four. But since November that the subsidiary has not won away from home confrontation. "It is our unfinished business if we want to be in the group that leads the standings," said Eusebio Sacristán, who will be without Montoya, Tello, Bartra, Rodri, Miño and Ilie.

Meanwhile, Celta Vigo ranks third with 62 points and in the game this Saturday, want to maintain their position in the promotion group. In the first round of la Liga, Barça B beat Celta in the Miniestadi with a score of 2-1. However, the coach azulgrana calls not to trust "is a team that is in a very good dynamic and is doing a great season. The mood you have to get promotion is a huge motivation for them. "

The strength of Celta, well known to Eusebio, is the attack as "cons do very well and are able to generate many scoring chances." One strategy that the azulgranas should consider if they want to take, in Galicia, the three points at stake.

The squad

Oier, Masip, Muniesa, Carmona, Jonathan dos Santos, Sergi Roberto, Sergi Gómez, Kiko Femenía, Armando, Lobato, Gustavo Ledes, Espinosa. Marti Riverola, Carles Planas, Gerard Deulofeu, Dongou, Balliu and Rafinha. (via FCBarcelona.cat)