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6.30pmHello and welcome to Sports Mole‘s live text coverage of friendly between Barcelona and Chapecoense at Camp Nou. The two sides are battling it out for the Joan Gamper Trophy – an annual competition that stretches back more than 50 years, with this year’s edition particularly sombre due to the horrific event that took place last December when almost the entire of Chape’s squad perished.
6.32pmJust six of the 77 passengers on board the flight headed for Medellin survived – one of those, Alan Ruschel, is due to play some part this evening on his return to the field. Chape have slowly started to rebuild thanks to the arrival of a string of loanees from rival clubs and plenty of free transfers and, with half the Brazilian Serie A campaign played, they find themselves in 16th place.
6.34pmChape were offered a three-year immunity period from relegation, but they refused to accept and are doing well to remain in the division. They are now looking to become just the second foreign side to ever lift the Gamper Trophy, though the omens are good because the only other successful side also came from Brazil (more than that a little later). With that said, let us turn attention to some confirmed team news.
6.36pmBARCELONA TEAM NEWS!STARTING XI: Ter Stegen; Aleix, Pique, Umtiti, Alba; Iniesta, Busquets, Rakitic; Messi, Suarez, Deulofeu
SUBS: Cillessen, Semedo, Denis, Arda, Mascherano, Alcacer, Digne, S.Roberto, Samper, Douglas, Munir, Marlon, Alena
6.38pmA very strong side named by Ernesto Valverde, then, in what is his first home game in charge of Barcelona since being appointed as Luis Enrique’s successor earlier this summer. No real surprise, of course, as this is the Catalan giants’ final friendly before meeting Real Madrid in a Spanish Super Cup double header over the next week or so. Luis Suarez and Lionel Messi both start, while Gerard Deulofeu is named alongside them in the absence of Neymar.