Barcelona assistant Coach Jordi Roura has claimed that he will play his strongest possible XI against Osasuna on Sunday.
The Blaugrana had a Copa del Rey quarter-final clash versus Malaga last week and play Real Madrid in the semi-final next Wednesday.
But the 45-year-old, who is in charge following Tito Vilanova's absence, has stressed the importance of every match.
“The Madrid match is important,” he told a Press conference. “But so is the game with Osasuna this Sunday.
“We are coming from a very tough match with Malaga, but tomorrow's match is very important for us. Only on Sunday will we decide on the starting XI.
“All the players are aware of the importance of each game. We want to keep adding as many points as possible.”