So far, so good for Barcelona in the Champions League. Now it’s time to get back on track in the Spanish league.

The 2-1 win over Dynamo Kyiv on Wednesday left Barcelona comfortably ahead in Group G of the Champions League with nine points from three matches. But the situation is very different at home, where the Catalan club got off to a lackluster start under coach Ronald Koeman.

Barcelona enters its match against Real Betis on Saturday in 12th place in the standings and coming off a four-match winless streak. Among its poor results was a home loss against Real Madrid in the first “Clasico” of the season.

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The club has eight points from six matches and currently trails leader Real Sociedad by nine, although it has two games in hand. Atletico Madrid has also played six matches but already is six points ahead of…

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