WATCH LIVE : RCD Mallorca VS Barcelona (Laliga)
The home team will be without the services of Omar Mascarell and Antonio Raillo. Apart from the duo, they have everyone available for this tough fixture against the league leaders.
Head coach Javier Aguirre is unlikely to make any major changes to the XI that took the field in their last outing. They are expected to go ahead with the 5-4-1 formation, where Predrag Rajkovic will be in goal.
Pablo Maffeo will continue as the right wingback, while Toni Lato could come in on the left. The three central defenders will be Martin Valjent, Matija Nastasic and Jose Manuel Copete.
The Mallorca defence will have the tough task of stopping a star-studded Barcelona attack that has been scoring goals for fun.
Dani Rodriguez and Abdon Prats who scored twice after coming off the bench last time out will start out wide in the centre of the park.
Manu Morlanes and Samu Costa will be seen in a more central role. Vedat Muriqi will be leading the line for the home team.
Mallorca Lineup (5-4-1)
Rajkovic; González, Copete, Nastasic, Valjent, Maffeo; Antonio Sánchez, Samú Costa; Abdón Prats, Muriqi, Dani Rodríguez.
Meanwhile, they do have a boost as Ronald Araujo has returned from injury. He featured in their last match off the bench and is expected to start in this fixture. Xavi will stick with the 4-3-3 formation where Marc-Andre ter Stegen will be in goal.
In form, Joao Cancelo will continue as the right-back and Alejandro Balde will take charge on the left flank. In the heart of the defence, Araujo will pair up with Jules Kounde.
With de Jong out injured, Gavi, Oriol Romeu and Ilkay Gundogan will be three in the centre of the park. They will look to dictate the pace of the game and control the majority of the ball.
Raphina could start on the right flank while Joao Felix will continue on the left having started off in fine fashion since joining Barcelona. Star striker Robert Lewandowski who scored a brace last time out will be leading the line.
Barcelona Lineup (4-3-3)
Ter Stegen; Cancelo, Araujo, Iñigo Martínez, Balde; Gündogan, Oriol Romeu, Gavi; Raphinha, Ferran Torres, Joao Félix.
Barcelona (2.7) are first in La Liga in terms of goals per game while Mallorca (1.7) are 15th.
The home team have scored just seven goals in six outings.
The Catalan giants have conceded just six goals in six games.
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Meanwhile, they have found the back of the net 13 times in their last three outings. Barcelona have scored at least twice in their last six games.
Barcelona have taken the most number of shots on goal this season with 95 shots in six games.