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Barcelona VS Cadiz LIVE Football Match Score 10/09/2022

Barcelona VS Cadiz LIVE Football Match Score 10/09/2022

Barcelona found it difficult last term, but they look ready to compete for major trophies this season, and it will be fascinating to see how Xavi’s side perform against Bayern Munich in the Champions League next week. Lewandowski’s arrival has given the team a genuine world-class performer at centre-forward, and the Poland international has now scored eight goals in his last four appearances for the club. Barcelona will know that their margin for error in La Liga is small due to the quality of Real Madrid, and while Cadiz’s recent record against them is impressive, it would be a shock if Blaugrana dropped points in this game, with the team clicking into gear since the stalemate with Rayo almost one month ago. Cadiz will again be missing Jon Ander Garrido this weekend due to a knee problem, while Ruben Alcaraz remains a doubt, but the home side are otherwise in good shape in terms of fitness. Head coach Sergio is expected to make changes from the side that lost by three goals at Celta, with Lucas Perez, Ruben Sobrino and Alex potentially coming into the side.

Anthony Lozano and Brian Ocampo could be among the players to drop out, but there will not be wholesale alterations despite the disappointing result and performance last time out. As for Barcelona, Sergi Roberto is likely to be available despite suffering a slight muscular issue against Plzen, so Xavi could have a fully-fit squad for this contest. The manager will have one eye on the clash with Bayern next week, but he is expected to recall those who dropped out of the side against Plzen, with Gavi, Raphinha, Ronald Araujo, Alejandro Balde, Eric Garcia and Sergio Busquets all in line to start. Xavi will be tempted to rest Lewandowski and Dembele ahead of the Bayern clash, but the pair should ultimately start, while Jules Kounde could keep his spot at centre-back, with Araujo potentially lining up on the right. Hector Bellerin and Marcos Alonso were not involved against Plzen following their recent arrivals, but the pair are pushing to be in the squad for this weekend’s clash.

Barcelona hosts Cadiz on Monday in a La Liga match that offers a chance at critical points for both teams. Barca (17-9-4) is in second place in the La Liga table, and while chances of catching Real Madrid are slim, it needs to keep gaining points to at least stay in the top four. Barca enters Monday’s match trailing Real by 15 points but has two games in hand, and the four teams behind Barcelona are all within five points. Cadiz (5-13-13) is in 18th place but just four behind 15th-place Getafe. Barcelona is 11-4-0 in its past 15 league games, while Cadiz is on a solid 2-2-1 run in its last five. La Blaugrana has been able to dominate possession all season, and it should be no different Monday. Barcelona leads La Liga in possession at 64.9 percent, while Cadiz is clear at the bottom at 39.9. It held the ball for 69 percent of the last meeting, a 0-0 draw. Cadiz has taken just two points from 13 all-time meetings in Barcelona, with 1-1 draws in its first match there in 1978 and its most recent in February 2021. Barca is 10-2-2 at home this season, scoring 32 goals while conceding just 13. Cadiz has allowed 43 goals in its 30 matches, so players like Memphis Depay, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Ferran Torres could cause major problems. Torres is healthy after returning from injury in late January and has four goals in 10 games, while Depay has a team-high 10 and Aubamaeyang has eight.

Title hopefuls Barcelona will be bidding to make it four straight La Liga victories when they make the trip to struggling Cadiz on Saturday evening. The visitors will enter the match off the back of a 5-1 win over Viktoria Plzen in the Champions League on Wednesday, while Cadiz suffered a 3-0 defeat to Celta Vigo in the league last time out. Cadiz secured a return to La Liga by finishing second in the Segunda Division in 2019-20, and they finished 12th in the top flight in 2020-21 before claiming 17th last term, which secured another season at this level.

The Yellow Submarine were only one point ahead of 18th-place Granada last season, though, and the early indications are that the club face a serious battle to retain their status as a top-flight club for 2023-24. Cadiz are currently rock bottom of the table on zero points, losing their opening two games against Real Sociedad and Osasuna before conceding four at home to Athletic Bilbao at the end of August. The Pirates will enter this game off the back of a 3-0 defeat at Celta on September 2, and a clash against Barcelona is not quite what they would have had in mind at this stage, with the team desperate to give their supporters something to cheer amid a tough start.

Sergio Gonzalez’s side actually beat Barcelona 1-0 at Camp Nou last term, while they are unbeaten in their last four La Liga matches with the Catalan side, including a goalless draw in the corresponding game last season. Barcelona are flying at the moment, though, and they will enter this match off the back of a 5-1 victory over Plzen in the Champions League on Wednesday, with Robert Lewandowski scoring a hat trick at Camp Nou. The Catalan outfit opened their La Liga campaign with a goalless draw against Rayo Vallecano but have won their last three in the league, beating Real Sociedad 4-1, Real Valladolid 4-0 and Sevilla 3-0, which has left them second in the table behind Real Madrid on 10 points.

Cadiz secured a return to La Liga by finishing second in the Segunda Division in 2019-20, and they finished 12th in the top flight in 2020-21 before claiming 17th last term, which secured another season at this level.

The Yellow Submarine were only one point ahead of 18th-place Granada last season, though, and the early indications are that the club face a serious battle to retain their status as a top-flight club for 2023-24.

Cadiz are currently rock bottom of the table on zero points, losing their opening two games against Real Sociedad and Osasuna before conceding four at home to Athletic Bilbao at the end of August.

The Pirates will enter this game off the back of a 3-0 defeat at Celta on September 2, and a clash against Barcelona is not quite what they would have had in mind at this stage, with the team desperate to give their supporters something to cheer amid a tough start.

Sergio Gonzalez’s side actually beat Barcelona 1-0 at Camp Nou last term, while they are unbeaten in their last four La Liga matches with the Catalan side, including a goalless draw in the corresponding game last season.

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