Barcelona's Uruguayan forward Luis Suarez kicks the ball during the UEFA Champions League quarter finals first leg football match FC Barcelona vs Atletico de Madrid at the Camp Nou stadium in Barcelona on April 5, 2016.AFP / PAU BARRENA
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Barcelona must overturn a terrible run of results away to Real Sociedad in recent years to prevent losing their grip on the Spanish title race when they visit Anoeta Saturday.Despite tasting defeat for the first time in 40 games on their last La Liga outing at home to Real Madrid last weekend, Barca still hold a commanding six-point lead over Atletico with Real a further point adrift and just seven games remaining.However, the European champions haven't won in their last six trips to San Sebastian, including defeats in the last three seasons in La Liga.Luis Suarez scored both Barca's goals against Atletico Tuesday, but the Uruguayan will definitely miss out as he is suspended.
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