It will be one of the most important team selections of Ronald Koeman's career on Thursday when he picks his Barcelona starting XI for the La Liga clash against Cadiz.
Unfortunately for the Dutchman, he seems on the cusp of the sack at Camp Nou and even a victory against Cadiz could see him still go after a rift with president Joan Laporta and the club's fans.
Koeman also has his hands tied behind his back a bit, as Barca are going through an injury crisis to add to their already long list of problems.
Marc-Andre ter Stegen remains one of only a couple truly world class players left in the squad and he will start in goal.
Jordi Alba missed the 1-1 draw against Granada with Alejandro Balde coming in at left-back as his replacement. The youngster would get injured himself in that one which could mean Sergino Dest moving to the left against Cadiz, with Oscar Mingueza on the right.
Eric Garcia hasn't impressed since returning from Manchester City, so Gerard Pique could replace him in the centre of defence alongside Ronald Araujo, who scored the vital equaliser versus Granada.
Pedri is injured so Sergi Roberto will continue to partner Frenkie de Jong and Sergio Busquets in midfield.
Sergio Aguero, Martin Braithwaite, Ansu Fati and Ousmane Dembele are all injured, so Koeman doesn't have a lot to work with up top.
Therefore, Memphis Depay, Yusuf Demir and Philippe Coutinho could start again like they did on Monday.