Barcelona Team News: Injuries, suspensions and line-up vs OsasunaEverything you need to know ahead of the Catalans' La Liga clash at Camp Nou on Wednesday...
Barcelona will seek to follow their last-gap win at Real Madrid on Sunday with another victory against Osasuna on Wednesday to put pressure on Los Blancos in the title race.
Lionel Messi's strike deep into added time saw Luis Enrique's side claim a dramatic win at Santiago Bernabeu and the Catalans moved above their fierce rivals at the top of the table thanks to their superior head-to-head record in the two Clasico clashes this season.
Both teams now have 75 points, although Madrid have played one fixture fewer after the match away to Celta Vigo was postponed in February. Barca host Osasuna at 19:30 CEST, with Real in action straight afterwards away to Deportivo La Coruna.