Barcelona will be looking to bounce back from their shocking and embarrassing defeat against Granada at home in the La Liga when they travel to the Mestalla Stadium on Sunday. The match will be Barcelona's 34th League game of the season and it will put their title credentials to the test once again after they failed to secure maximum points against Granada in their last fixture.

Home team Valencia have failed to win any of their past five games in the Spanish La Liga and they will want to see this as the perfect time to turn things around against the perfect opponent as well. As for Barcelona, the visiting team, it is another chance for them to get themselves precious three points if they want to stand any chance of winning the title as they face Atletico Madrid in a top-of-the-table clash afterward.

The Granada defeat has left a huge uncertainty in Barcelona's title ambitions and they will now be looking to make serious amends starting with the Valencia game and then their match against Atletico Madrid at the Camp Nou next week in their next league fixture.

The only players that are set to miss the Valencia tie are Braithwaite, Wague, and Coutinho. Asides from the three players, every other player in the squad is fit and available to feature in the game. The three players that are currently out of this tie are all set to miss the rest of the campaign through their respective injuries and possibly, about one or two of them may have played their last games for the club, with Coutinho and Braithwaite both linked with exits from the club.

Griezmann, Messi, Mingueza, and De Jong are all just one yellow card away from being suspended, meaning that Koeman would be cautious of his lineup and the selections he makes as he looks to protect his players from getting suspended for the all-important Atletico Madrid clash. Here's how the Catalan giants could line up:

Ter Stegen; Lenglet; Pique; Mingueza; Alba; Dest; Pedri; Busquets; de Jong; Griezmann; Messi.