Mallorca vs Barcelona

Barcelona will be expected to recover from their Champions League upset with a comfortable win over toiling Real Mallorca.

The Blaugrana suffered only their second defeat of the season in all competitions on Wednesday night, losing 2-1 to Celtic in the Champions League.

“We had enough chances to win but this happens in football,” sighed Coach Tito Vilanova. “It isn't the first time and it won't be the last.”

At the Iberostar on Sunday afternoon they will meet the division's least in form side. Mallorca have lost their last five and slipped from 3rd all the way down to 14th.

“Some people want to give up on the match against Barca but it doesn't have to be that way,” says striker Victor Casadeus. “Barca have to lose someday.”

Kick off: Sunday November 11th, 4.50 (BST)