Last year, Barcelona won the La Liga title, the Copa del Rey and the Champions League to secure their second treble success in six years. In 2016, Barcelona could do the unthinkable and win back-to-back trebles.
They’re clear of Atletico Madrid and Real Madrid in the league, have already secured a Copa del Rey final against Sevilla and already have one foot in the Champions League quarter-finals after earning a 2-0 victory away at Arsenal in the first leg.
If Barca win the treble again, it would be hard to dispute their claim as the greatest club side of all-time. In the last decade, Barcelona have been the dominant force in European football but they’ve never had a front three like the Lionel Messi, Luis Suarez and Neymar trio that they are blessed with right now.
“MSN” have already combined for 93 goals this season – more than most teams across the continent have scored collectively. When they’re on-song, Barcelona are frighteningly good and Luis Enrique’s men may just be the best and most complete team on the planet.
Nowadays, Barcelona are red hot favourites in almost every match they play. In fact, most punters at online bookmakers, such as Betway, have to take advantage of bet in play offers to ensure they receive value for their selection.
Barca are simply sublime and haven’t lost in a club record 33 matches – a run that is currently unrivalled across Europe. If they continue this form throughout the remainder of the campaign, they will cruise to the treble.
In recent weeks, the likes of Messi, Suarez and Neymar have profited late in the second half as opposing defences grow tired. This may be evident in Arsenal’s upcoming clash with Barcelona in the Camp Nou, especially as the Gunners have to chase the game after their 2-0 defeat at Emirates Stadium.
It may be wise for punters to bet in play at Betway’s website here, especially if Barcelona look as though they are going to play on the counter attack and exploit Arsenal’s defence with Messi’s pace, Neymar’s trickery and Suarez’s movement.
On current form, it’s hard to see anybody beating Barcelona – especially over two legs. The Spanish side very rarely have an off-day, in fact their only real blunder came against Bayern Munich as they lost 7-0 on aggregate. But to be fair, they got their revenge last season…
The league is all but sewn up and while a Copa del Rey date with Sevilla isn’t a foregone conclusion, Barca will be expecting to win. From there, it’s all about the Champions League. Can they do it? Of course they can. In fact, it would take a brave man to back against Barca, especially with “MSN” firing on all cylinders.