Friday, November 25, 2005


Third from bottom with only 2 wins out of 12, a top scorer (Aganzo) who's only netted twice (they've only scored 6 in total), having lost their two best players, Yossi Benayoun and Juanma, in the summer and with the only arrivals of note being waster midfielder Stephaine Dalmat and his brother Wilfred, Racing Santander come to the Camp Nou on Sunday evening.

Masters of the dull draw and narrow defeat, the chances of them pulling off an upset are remote indeed. With both Xavi and Eto'o having sat out the midweek Champions League game against Bremen, expect both to be restored to the line up, with a possible start for either Belletti or Gabri on the right in place of Oleguer. Other than that it will be Barca as usual as they look to notch their eight win on the trot.

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