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May 11, 2021 at 9pm UK at Estadi Ciutat de Valencia
Melero (57'), Luis Morales (59'), Leon (83')
de Frutos (67'), Luis Morales (78')
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Messi (25'), Pedri (34'), Dembele (64')
de Jong (77'), Lenglet (90+1')

How Levante could line up against Barcelona

How Levante could line up against Barcelona
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Sports Mole takes an in-depth look at how Levante could line up in Tuesday's La Liga clash with Barcelona.

Levante will be looking to end a five-game winless run in La Liga when they welcome Barcelona to Valencia on Tuesday evening.

Paco Lopez's side, who are currently 13th in the table, will again be without the services of Jose Campana for this match due to a hamstring problem, while Nemanja Radoja and Nikola Vukcevic will be absent with ankle and groin injuries respectively.

Levante did not pick up any fresh concerns against Alaves on Saturday, but it would not be a surprise to see Lopez make changes from the team that started the 2-2 draw.

Ruben Vezo could potentially come in for a start at the back, while Enis Bardhi and Roger Marti might be handed positions in the XI.

Jose Luis Morales scored twice against Alaves on Saturday to make it 12 La Liga goals for the season, and the 33-year-old should again feature in a wide position for the home side.

Morales, Roger Marti and Jorge de Frutos now have 27 league goals between them this season, and there is no question that all three are capable of causing Barca plenty of problems in this match.

Alejandro Cantero could be the player to drop out of the side in attack, while Bardhi might replace Gonzalo Melero to feature alongside Mickael Malsa in midfield.

Levante possible starting lineup: Cardenas; Miramon, Vezo, Rober, Clerc; De Frutos, Malsa, Bardhi, Morales; Gomez, Roger Marti

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