Gerard Pique's late leveller salvaged a point for the league leaders at Cornella and means Barca have won 18 and drawn four in the Primera Division so far this term.
Barca are now in action against Getafe at home in La Liga, having beaten the Madrid-based side 2-1 at the Coliseum in a hard-fought match earlier on this season.
Summer signing Ousmane Dembele was injured in the away game at Getafe and will miss this one altogether after picking up another injury at Real Sociedad last month.
Gerard Pique went off feeling pain against Valencia and did not train on Friday, so he is a big doubt for Sunday's game. Fellow centre-back Thomas Vermaelen is also likely to miss out, while midfielder Andre Gomes is doubtful.
Samuel Umtiti is suspended for Sunday's match, meaning coach Ernesto Valverde will be left with a selection headache in central defence.
BARCELONA POTENTIAL STARTING LINE-UP
Barca boss Valverde may have to consider a change of formation if Pique and Vermaelen are both out for Sunday's game against Getafe.
Without Pique, Vermaelen, the suspended Umtiti and the recently departed Javier Mascherano, Valverde would be left with only one central defender - January signing Yerry Mina.
The Colombian defender made his debut as a substitute in the Copa del Rey against Valencia on Thursday and is likely to be a starter on Sunday, maybe even in a 3-4-1-2 or 3-5-2 formation if Pique and Vermaelen are both out.
Another alternative is for Sergio Busquets to drop back into a defensive role.
GETAFE TEAM NEWS
Getafe returned to La Liga last summer and have been difficult to beat in the Primera Division this term, losing narrowly to both Barcelona and Real Madrid at home before ending Valencia's unbeaten record back in December.
Midfielder Markel Bergara remains sidelined, but Bordalas has an otherwise full-strength squad to choose from for the Camp Nou clash.
TV COVERAGE & KICK-OFF TIME
Barcelona versus Getafe kicks off at 16:15 local time on Sunday and will be broadcast live in the UK on Sky Sports Football (via the red button) and also on Sky Sports Mix, both from 15:10 GMT.
In the United States, the game can be watched live on television on beIN Sports and kicks off at 10:15 ET.
BEST OPTA MATCH FACTS
Barcelona have won their last four La Liga games against Getafe, scoring 16 goals in the process (four per game on average) and conceding just one.
Getafe have not won any of their 12 visits to the Camp Nou in La Liga (drawing three and losing nine), taking points in just one of their last seven visits (a 2-2 draw in May 2014).
Barca have gone 29 La Liga games without a defeat (winning 25 of those), two behind their longest unbeaten run in the competition, achieved under Pep Guardiola in a streak ending in April 2011 (31).
Lionel Messi has scored 11 goals in his 11 games against Getafe at the Camp Nou in all competitions, the first of those his famous goal in 2007 which was reminiscent of Diego Maradona’s slalom versus England in the 1986 World Cup.
Last weekend, Sergio Busquets became one of the top 10 appearance makers for Barcelona in La Liga (299). He will make his 300th Primera Division appearance for the Catalan club in this game.