Alves, Pique, Puyol, Alba
Xavi, Busquets, Iniesta
Pedro, Messi, Villa
Fernandez, Gaspar, Alberto, Fuentes
Pedro, Caballero, Dubarbier
After a week of incredible individual success, Barcelona will turn their collective attentions back to team pursuits when they take on Cordoba in the second-leg of their last 16, Copa del Rey clash on Thursday evening.
Lionel Messi was awarded a fourth consecutive Ballon d'Or on Monday, beating off competition from team-mate Andres Iniesta, while a host of Blaugrana colleagues were named in the FIFPro World XI.
All that, of course, will count for nothing when the Segunda Division outfit arrive at Camp Nou, but with the cushion of a 2-0 first leg already in hand - thanks to a double from the Argentine - the odds are firmly stacked in the home side's favour.
Tito Vilanova will not be present in the dug-out to guide his side into the quarter-finals, as he sees a specialist in New York over his illness, but a strong line-up could be selected as Barca look shrug off any lingering rustiness from a two-week winter break.
|DID YOU KNOW?|
- Barcelona have won the Copa del Rey 26 times. Their first success came back in 1928 and their last in 2012.
- The Blaugrana beat Deportivo Alaves 6-1 on aggregate in the last round of the competition.
- Messi (pictured, right) won a record fourth consecutive Ballon d'Or on Monday and scored twice in the first leg clash against Cordoba.
- Cordoba sit in 12th place in Segunda Division, 21 points behind leaders Elche.
- Thursday's visitors go into the game on the back of a 0-0 draw with Mirandes on Sunday.
- A 4-2 aggregate victory over Real Sociedad sealed the Andalusian club's clash against the Catalans.
- The Blanquiverdes play their home football at the Nuevo Arcangel stadium, which has a capacity of 18,280.