Barcelona's Lionel Messi kicks the ball during their Champions League Group G soccer match against Spartak Moscow at Nou Camp stadium in Barcelona, September 19, 2012.
(Photo : REUTERS/Gustau Nacarino (SPAIN - Tags: SPORT SOCCER))
Lionel Messi and Barcelona return to action at 4 PM against a Granada squad that has yet to win a match this season.
Barcelona is coming off a scary win in the UEFA Champions League over Spartak Moscow. In that game, the Spanish squad dominated possession but was victim to a couple of self-inflicted mistakes. In the end their leader and superstar Messi saved them with a couple of quick goals that gave Barca the start to the tournament that they were expecting.
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In the Spanish league, they have done nothing wrong as an 4-0 start has them as the only squad that has a perfect record with no losses or draws. Their last outing saw them destroy Getafe 4-1 with Messi scoring a brace in that one as well.
Meanwhile Granada has struggled to score goals, but has found a way to draw two of their first four matches. The squad has only tallied two times this season and has allowed six goals in that span. If they can't find their offense on Saturday, they could find themselves losing by a multitude at the Camp Nou.
Prediction: Barcelona sweeps the floor with Granada. 6-0 is your final score and guess who will score more than once? Messi.
The ball drops at 4 PM ET.