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Los Azulones always tend to make life difficult for the Blaugrana when they host them and while Barca have won this fixture in each of the last four seasons, they have failed to score more than twice on any of those occasions.
Barcelona remain without first-choice goalkeeper Marc-Andre Ter Stegen, meaningNeto will continue to deputise, while Jordi Alba is also still out injured. Samuel Umtiti and Junior Firpo are both also expected to be unavailable.
Getafe have no injury concerns heading into the clash.
Having put in impressive showings in their opening two La Liga clashes, Barcelona were outplayed in their final game before the international break as they drew 1-1 at home to Sevilla.
Against a well-organised defence, Barca managed just five shots on goal and Getafe could prove similarly stubborn opponents this weekend.
Jose Bordalas' side have kept clean sheets in both of their home matches so far and last term enjoyed eight clean sheets in their 19 home matches.
Barcelona should still prove too strong for the side from the region of Madrid but opposing a high-scoring away win makes plenty of sense.
Barca to win and under 3.5 goals in the game is priced at 7/5 (2.40) and has paid out in this fixture in the last four years, making it a tempting selection for Saturday night's clash.
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