Barcelona are on Inter Milan in Italy on Tuesday (20.00 GMT) when they are looking for a fourth consecutive victory in the Champions League, which will automatically give them a ticket to the eighth of the Continental tournament as leader of Group B.
The Catalan team controls the key 9 points, three more than the Italian team, which is the second, while PSV Eindhoven and Tottenham close the group with one unit, which is also enough for Barça to pull San Siro to secure the next step of the pass.
This meeting will be held in Barcelona in good time as the excellent leader of the Spanish League and after four consecutive victories in the official matches.
The Catalans also see how their captain Leo Messi has been involved in the matches just over two weeks after the right wing fired on October 20 in the league match against Sevilla.
The Argentine star has not yet received medical discharge, although some Spanish media believe they can receive it here on Tuesdays and get a few minutes during the meeting.
Meanwhile, coach Ernesto Valverde could use Coutinho, Rafinha and Luis Suarez, a trio that has given him good results in the absence of Messi.
Uruguay has come back to meet again as the team's four last meetings have scored seven goals.
"One tries to help the team overcome the points, today it was one of the joys that came out and I painted goals to help the group," Suárez recalled on Saturday when he made a singles game which allowed Barca to win against the Liga against Rayo Vallecano. (3-2).
"Pistolero" already leads the goals of the Spanish league goalscorer 9, one more than his compatriot Cristhian Stuani and Celta striker Iago Aspas, both of eight goals.
Suarez tries to score again against Inter, against whom he saw the first two weeks of the game, although this time he meets a team who claims to be ready after the Camp Nou bout.
"This is a good time to demonstrate our value," said internal coach Luciano Spalletti at a meeting before the press conference reminding that "we are talking about Barcelona talking about the biggest difficulty level where one can face it."
The Italian team needs a win and the tie between PSV and Tottenham will secure their place in the next round of "Champions".
Spalletti used Saturday's game against Genoa, and Inter won 5-0 Argentine striker Mauro Icard and gave Belgian Radja Nainggola a few minutes.
Ninja, who comes out of the left ankle barrier to prevent him from playing in Barcelona, played the last five minutes of the game where he still had time to win his last goal.
Inter coach, it is clear that on Tuesday in Barcelona, "you have physical resistance to the press and then to develop quality and make use of three or four opportunities."
Inter Milan: Handanovic – D Ambasio, Miranda, Skriniar, Asamoah – Brozovic, Nainggolan, in the neighborhood – Politano, Icardi, Perisic. Coach: Luciano Spalletti.
FC Barcelona: Ter Stegen – Sergi Roberto, Piqué, Lenglet, Jordi Alba – Rakitic, Busquets, Arthur – Rafinha, Luis Suárez, Coutinho. Coach: Ernesto Valverde.
referee: Szymon Marciniak (POL)