Barcelona will aim to continue their winning streak in Liga F season when they host sixth-placed Valencia on Friday. night
Jonatan Giraldez’s side have won every league game this season, with 63 points from 21 matches, having already enjoyed a perfect league campaign in 2021/22
Lionesses duo Lucy Bronze and Kiera Walsh have settled well into the team and Aitana Bonmati is having one of her best seasons to date, making Barca as formidable as ever.
When is kick off? Friday 17 March, 18:00 (GMT)
Where is the match being played? Estadi Johan Cruyff
TV channel/live stream? DAZN (UK, international)
Alexia Putellas remains out of action due to her anterior cruciate ligament injury. She has resumed some light training, and is aiming for a return in the second leg of the Champions League semi-finals in late April – should Barcelona beat Roma in the quarter-finals, of course.
Valencia are coming into this match in fantastic form winning their last six out of eight matches, however, it is a big ask to give this Barcelona side their first loss of the campaign in Barcelona.
History will also be on Barcelona’s side. The Catalans have beaten Valencia in their last seven head to head matches, with the last one being on 1 February, where they scored four.
Not only will Valencia have to be at their absolute best to beat Barcelona, but the home team will have also to be uncharacteristically poor on the day.