On the off chance that Barcelona are to upgrade pioneers Real Madrid and wrest the La Liga title back from Atletico Madrid for a fifth Spanish top-flight triumph in seven years they will need to enhance their structure far from home.
Barca have won eight out of nine recreations at their Nou Camp stadium, a 1-0 annihilation to Celta Vigo the main blip, yet have dropped 10 focuses out and about after thrashings at Real Madrid and Real Sociedad and draws at Getafe and Malaga.
Genuine, a point clear of second-set Barca at the top, have won seven out of nine away recreations in spite of the fact that despite everything they need to play at Barca and champions Atletico Madrid.
"This is a great game in which the champ is not generally the best group," Barca mentor Luis Enrique told a news meeting on Saturday reviewing Sunday's diversion at advanced Deportivo La Coruna.
"The fans and the stadium have an effect," included the previous Barca and Spain midfielder.
"We generally go out to win, whether we nail it or not, yet the thought of pursuing the diversion is one we have assuredly.
"Playing far from home is harder than playing in your own stadium for a considerable measure of reasons."
Luis Enrique has been under weight as of late after reports of a crack with Barca's talismanic Argentina forward Lionel Messi.
A weekend ago's 3-1 triumph at home to Atletico helped quiet the waters yet whenever Barca stammer theory the mentor's days are numbered is certain to return.
"When we lose or draw there will be an alternate gathering," Luis Enrique, whose association with the media has been snappy lately, told journalists.
Barca have little time to recover after the Depor diversion as they have Atletico on Wednesday in a King's Cup quarter-last first leg.