The home team is hoping to move up from the bottom of LaLiga, but they will have a mountain to climb when Blaugrana come to Estadio El Alcoraz on Sunday. Take a look at our Huesca vs Barcelona Preview.
Huesca Recent Form & Team News
The last-placed Huesca look to improve their horrible LaLiga form (W1, D9, L6) against a team that scored 5.0 goals per contest in the last four H2H duels (D1, L3). However, Huesca’s average of only 0.88 goals per LL fixture this season is worrying. The home side’s fans can be a bit optimistic, though, as Huesca have four more points at the moment than they collected after 16 matches in their previous LaLiga campaign.
At Estadio El Alcoraz, Huesca are not an easy team to defeat, with a respectable 71.43% unbeaten rate (W1, D4, L2). Despite the fact theys cored the opening goal on just two occasions, Huesca managed to achieve the current home record. Still, they never found the back of the net in a home H2H clash, so it’s going to be hard to do it on Sunday. Additionally, Azulgranas scored over 1.5 goals only once here this term.
Player to watch: Rafa Mir scored Huesca’s game-opening goal with all three of his LaLiga strikes this season.
Michel will be without Borja Garcia (illness), Pablo Maffeo (muscle), and Sandro Ramirez (muscle).
Barcelona Recent Form & Team News
Huesca face a Barcelona team that’s not in the best form at right now, even though Blaugrana are on a five-game undefeated LaLiga (W3, D2). Despite a decent average of 1.93 goals scored per league match, Barca are far from a title battle at the moment. That’s due to a 46.67% LL win-rate following 15 rounds, which is Barcelona’s worst such rate in the last 17 seasons after 15 league games.
That record is even worse away from home – 33.33% (W2, D1, L3), while Barcelona’s goals scored average is also dropping to 1.33 on the road. A 3-0 win in their previous road game did at least end a four-match LL away streak without a win (D1, L3). However, that was also just the second time they scored opened the scoring in an away match this season (W2).
Player to watch: Huesca must keep an eye on Martin Braithwaite. The Danish international netted in Barcelona’s previous three away wins.
Hot stat: Just two of Barcelona’s last 11 LaLiga matches produced a first half without goals.
Ronald Koeman cannot count on Coutinho (knee), Ansu Fati (knee), and Gerard Pique (knee). Sergi Roberto (thigh) and Samuel Umtiti (illness) are also unavailable.
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