Barcelona host Villarreal in their final La Liga fixture of the season on Sunday night.
A weakened side played out a disappointing 0-0 draw with lowly Getafe last time out, although that result did follow a run of three consecutive victories in which La Blaugrana sealed their runner-up finish for the campaign.
They conclude the season with a home tie against a Villarreal side with it all to play for, sitting inside the European places but just one point above Athletic Bilbao.
Barcelona predicted lineup vs Villarreal (4-3-3)
GK: Marc-Andre ter Stegen – Will certainly start between the sticks having kept six clean sheets in his last 12 La Liga outings.
RB: Dani Alves – His seamless return to Barcelona should continue with a fifth consecutive start.
CB: Ronald Araujo – Missed out on the goalless draw with Getafe due to a concussion but should make a timely return with both Gerard Pique and Eric Garcia likely to be absent.
CB: Clement Lenglet – Will likely retain his spot due to defensive shortages, potentially making successive league starts for the first time this season.
LB: Jordi Alba – Back from suspension and certainly back in the side.
DM: Sergio Busquets – Remarkably, the ageing skipper has only been kept out of the starting lineup this term through suspension.
CM: Frenkie de Jong – The Dutchman is also back available after suspension and should come back into the XI in place of Riqui Puig.
CM: Gavi – It’s been a superb maiden campaign in the senior side for the teenager, who is set for his 34th league appearance on the final day.
RW: Ousmane Dembele – His future is mightily uncertain as things stand but Dembele should come back into the side with Memphis Depay likely sidelined.
ST: Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang – The goals have slightly dried up since hitting the ground running after his arrival but Aubameyang still boasts 11 strikes in 16 La Liga appearances.
LW: Ferran Torres – Has had a debut half-season of ups and downs but the Spaniard is in line for a 12th consecutive league start.