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Clearly, late goals from Alvaro Morata and Angel Correa condemned Barcelona to a 2-3 defeat against Atletico Madrid in last week’s Supercopa de Espana semi-finals
And a result which ultimately spelled the end for manager Ernesto Valverde, despite the 55 year-old overseeing convincing title triumphs in the last two seasons.
Setien’s appointment will be a surprise to many considering the 61 year-old boasts a rather modest 37% win ratio throughout his managerial career
Barca begin life under Setien against Granada at Camp Nou this Sunday night and they should make a winning start based on their excellent home record
The hosts are unbeaten at Camp Nou this term, winning eight from nine in La Liga, and seven of those victories have been clinched by a three-goal margin or more.
Granada pulled off one of the shocks of the season when beating Barca 2-0 at Los Carmenes in September’s reverse fixture
but the chances of Nazaries completing a league double here look highly unlikely. After riding high at the start of the campaign
Nazaries have lost all those fixtures by at least a two-goal margin and have failed to score in their last three outings on the road.
Currently 10th with 27 points on the board, Granada’s fine start to the season should ensure they have enough to stave off an immediate return to the second tier this term
they are still picking up enough results at home as demonstrated by wins over Alaves (3-0) and Mallorca (1-0) at Los Carmenes in the past month.
Their dismal form on the road, as well as the huge difference in quality between the sides, strongly suggests Nazaries are in for a tough evening at Camp Nou
The Barcelona players will have felt deeply frustrated after throwing away a 2-1 lead against Atleti in Saudi Arabia
and fans expect an immediate riposte from them this weekend, especially as the Catalans have a new manager at the helm to impress.
The hosts have averaged almost four goals per game at Camp Nou this season and should be able to enhance their record of wide-margin home wins this season
The league leaders have kept just one clean sheet in their last five La Liga games at home, however Granada have been toothless up front on their travels of late
Meanwhile, The swift arrival of former Real Betis boss Quique Setien suggests, however, that Valverde’s sacking had been on the cards for some time