Football Soccer - Barcelona v Paris St Germain - UEFA Champions League Round of 16 Second Leg - The Nou Camp, Barcelona, Spain - 8/3/17 Barcelona's Sergi Roberto celebrates scoring their sixth goal with team mates Reuters / Albert Gea Livepic
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Pipping rivals Real Madrid to the title looked to be Barca's best chance of salvaging what had been a disappointing campaign although Wednesday's remarkable 6-1 win over PSG, which took them into the quarter-finals of the Champions League, has given them belief of a second treble in three years.The former West Bromwich Albion and Real Betis manager Mel is unbeaten in three games with Deportivo, overseeing draws at home to Atletico Madrid and Betis and a win over Sporting Gijon since Gaizka Garitano was sacked following four straight losses.Barca lead Real by one point in the standings although Zinedine Zidane's side have a game in hand and will be ready to pounce on any slip up by the champions when they host Betis, who they thumped 6-1 in October.Betis have won just two league games in 2017 .
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