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La Liga: Barcelona vs Real Mallorca | 2 May, 3 AM (PST)

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G | Marc-André Ter Stegen 

CB | Gerard Piqué, Ronald Araújo 

L FB | Jordi Alba 

R FB | Dani Alves 

C MF | Sergio Busquets 

L MF | Gavi 

R MF | Frenkie de Jong 

CF | Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang 

LF | Ferran Torres 

RF | Ousmane Dembélé 




G | Sergio Rico 

CB | Antonio Raíllo, Martin Valjent 

LB | Brain Oliván  

RB | Pablo Maffeo 

CM | Salva Sevilla, Iddrisu Baba 

LM | Dani Rodríguez 

RM | Antonio Sánchez 

CF | Takefusa Kubo, Abdón Prats 



Crack open the cervezas as the wait is finally over, it is time for the La Liga clash between the two superstars with a bone to pick, Barcelona and Real Mallorca. Looking to garner points for the La Liga title, home team Barcelona is ready to welcome Real Mallorca at Camp Nou Stadium in Barcelona, Spain for the upcoming match this Monday. The anticipated matchup is scheduled for 3 AM Philippine Standard Time on May 2, 2022.  


Let us take a look back at the performance of the red and blue home team to understand the stakes they are competing for. Per latest news, the results sheet for Barcelona is not looking good as they have suffered three out of four defeats in the past two weeks despite having the home advantage. Both players Martin Braithwaite and Oscar Mingueza have tested positive for COVID-19 and will not be joining the lineup for the Blaugranas. And the same goes for players Sergi Roberto, Sergino Dest, and Pedri who are unfortunately unavailable to play. Nonetheless, at this time, Barcelona is still in the running to win the La Liga title. They currently hold the second position with Sevilla FC in third place and Atletico Madrid in fourth. Giving them plenty to fight for. However, fate can only decide as Real Madrid only needs one point against Espanyol in their match this Saturday afternoon to secure the La Liga title.  


When we take a look over at Mallorca, players Jaume Costa, Aleksandar Sedlar and Dominik Greif will once again be unavailable, alongside suspended Vedat Muriqi which leaves room for Asian Football Confederation's Asian Young Footballer of the Year (2019), Kang-In Lee a spot in the forward area. Currently, Mallorca stands at 16th place, two points ahead of Granada, gaining momentum with two wins in their last three games.  


However, with Barca having won each of their last nine La Liga games against Mallorca, it is looking like the former has the strong suit. And we are seeing a 2-1 in favor of Barcelona.  


3 AM (PST), Monday, 2 May 2022. Camp Nou Stadium Barcelona, Spain.

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