Barcelona will look to get back to winning ways in La Liga when they host Celta Vigo at the Camp Nou on Saturday.
Celta lost 1-0 at home to Getafe last time out and have since replaced manager Fran Escriba with former Barca player Oscar Garcia, who will take charge of his first match at the club.
Date: Saturday, November 9
Time: 8 p.m. GMT/3 p.m. ET
TV: Premier Sports 2 (UK), beIN Sports (USA)
Odds: Barcelona (1-5), Draw (6-1), Celta Vigo (12-1)
Odds courtesy of Caesars
Barcelona have won all five of their league matches at the Camp Nou this season, while Celta are without an away win.
In that case, Saturday's result might seem cut and dried, but Barca were poor in their defeat at Levante in their last league outing.
They failed to impress sports writer Andy West or ESPN's David Cartlidge against Slavia Prague, too:
Having Lionel Messi in your ranks can paper over a lot of cracks.
The Argentinian already has six goals and five assists to his name in all competitions, despite not making his first appearance of the season until September 17 due to injury, but even he couldn't rescue Ernesto Valverde's struggling side in their last two outings.
Barca will need to improve significantly all over the pitch to be sure of a win on Saturday, though much will also depend on whether Garcia can yield an immediate response from his new team.
Cartlidge and author Colin Millar have not been convinced by his appointment, but La Liga TV's Alexandra Jonson is optimistic he can do well:
Alexandra Jonson @AlexandraJonson
@Millar_Colin @davidjaca So when he now returns to Spain and the football he knows he also brings the knowledge of other, making him versatile as a coach. But football is football so we will see how it goes, but I really think he can be the perfect coach for Celta right now, he suits in so many ways.
Celta have won just two of 12 in La Liga this season and lost five of their last six, so Garcia has a big job on his hands to turn things around.
The arrival of a new coach can often give a team a short-term lift, which is what Celta will be hoping for in this game.
The Galician outfit beat the Blaugrana 2-0 in May, albeit at Balaidos, and it's not out of the question they could get a positive result here.