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Oct 2, 2010

FC Barcelona will be missing two of their biggest stars while they prepare to take on Real Mallorca at the Camp Nou. Xavi hernandez, Barca Vice-Captain has been injured and will miss this match. David Villa also will be missing this mathc courtesy of the needless red card he picked up against Athletic Bilbao. FC Barcelona's title defense will be officially back on track after that dissappointing lose against Hercules. We had two very difficult away match after that and the team has made us all proud with very hard working performances. Mallorca's last visit to Camp Nou ended for them in a 4-2 defeat. This time around also it is going to be a very difficult travel for them. At home they had been brilliant this season so far, but the same cannot be said about their away matches. Barca meanwhile will be looking to get back to winning ways after their draw at Rubin kazan. That draw was never a bad result, but still the momentum of winning has to be regained.

With the absence of Xavi and Villa Guardiola will be looking to make some changes in the usual line up. Two Barcelona B team members, Nolito and Thiago were part of the squad that trained today. The expectation is that these two kids will be part of the squad which will face Real Mallorca. With Xavi out, Iniesta is expected to move back to the midfield. Most probably he will be pairing Keita and Busquets in the midfield. There is a high chance that Messi may move into the centre forward role with Villa absent. Bojan may occupy the left flank and Pedro the righ flank. The defense should see the pairing of Milito and Pique giving Puyol some rest and Abidal and Alves on the flanks. This one should see a comfortable victory for us. My prediction is a 3-0 victory for us.

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