Barcelona's Argentinian forward Lionel Messi looks on during the Spanish league footbal match RC Deportivo de la Coruna vs FC Barcelona at the Municipal de Riazor stadium in La Coruna on March 12, 2017. / AFP / MIGUEL RIOPA
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Barcelona boss Luis Enrique suggested Lionel Messi will have to be rested for some of an April packed with huge clashes, but that even the Catalan giants would struggle without the "best player in the world".Messi has started every Barca game in 2017 and will do so once more when Valencia visit the Camp Nou Sunday.However, the Spanish champions face 10 games in April after a two-week international break, including a two-legged Champions League quarter-final against Juventus and crucial La Liga clashes against Sevilla and Real Madrid.Barca's route to a potential second treble in three seasons under Enrique before he leaves at the end of the campaign wasn't made any easier by a pairing with Juventus in Friday's Champions League draw.
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