After 11 wins in a row, Luis Enrique's Barcelona gets set to face the most crucial weeks of competition in the current season. The Champions League is back in action, the Spanish Cup semifinals are right around the corner and they are one point away from league leaders Real Madrid.
Barca have had a great start of the year so far and they look ready to take on the challenges that lie ahead. For starters, Lionel Messi is enjoying his best form since last season (11 league goals in 2015), Neymar is rediscovering his goalscoring (even though he missed a PK) and Luis Suarez is the perfect last leg of the relay to finish off opponents.
But while the Catalans seem to be breezing through the competition, Luis Enrique faces the same monumental challenge every other big club in Europe has, keep his squad healthy and his backups ready to step in when needed without it affecting the overall performance of the team.
After this past weekend's 5-0 win over Levante that included a record 23rd hat-trick for Lionel Messi, the Spanish manager touched on the importance of squad rotation: