Barcelona are on a five games winning-streak in LaLiga and they have scored at least three goals in each one of them.
Barcelona boss Luis Enrique believes his side face a hard task as they look to maintain their LaLiga title push with a long trip to Las Palmas. However, most of that legwork was done earlier in the season: they've won only one of their last eight matches, losing six in the same period.
"The mood around the squad, the coaches and the club is to try to win the two titles we are still in", said Enrique.
Blanc is reported to have rejected UD Las Palmas - where Kevin-Prince Boateng is now playing - despite having initially given the Balearic side his word that he'd join.
That victory keeps Barca top, ahead of Real on goal-difference, but crucially the club from the capital has a game in hand at Celta Vigo on Wednesday night.
Champions Barca top the standings from Real Madrid due to their superior head-to-head record.
Defender Jeremy Mathieu is a doubt for the visitors with an ankle injury, and a muscle injury is set to rule out fellow France worldwide Lucas Digne.
The Catalans have Sunday's match at Las Palmas, the last league match against Eibar and the King's Cup final against Alaves on May 27 left to finish the season.
"I have never doubted anyone's professionalism". "It gave me great determination to get back".
"I will always remember my time here on this island".
Dani Castellano is injured, Marko Livaja is suspended and Tana and Kevin-Prince Boateng are doubtful for the hosts.
"Let's make the most of our options, we are in the Copa final and we will fight for the league".
Picking a defence to face them becomes slightly easier when you have Lionel Messi, Luis Suarez and Neymar in attack, though. Suarez is finally unveiled as a Barcelona player, following a £65m move from Anfield. "They are unstoppable. We hope they come out a bit sleepy and are unable to show their magic".