Barcelona aims to extend their superiority over Osasuna as the two teams clash in a La Liga encounter on Wednesday at the Olympic Stadium in Barcelona.

Out of 44 prior encounters across all competitions, Barcelona has secured 28 victories compared to Osasuna's six.

Wednesday's game will mark the first match for Barcelona since manager Xavi Hernandez announced his decision to step down at the end of the season.

Forward Ferran Torres heads into Wednesday's match in fine form.

Over the last three matches, the 23-year-old has scored four goals and contributed with an assist, highlighted by a hat trick in a 4-2 victory against Real Betis on January 21st.

Although he didn't find the net in the team's latest fixture against Villareal, the Barcelona attack managed to score all three goals after his introduction in the 58th minute.

Furthermore, Barcelona heads into Wednesday's match with the confidence of having defeated Osasuna less than three weeks ago.

During a Spanish Supercopa semifinal in Saudi Arabia on January 11th, Barcelona secured a 2-0 victory with second-half goals from Robert Lewandowski and Lamine Yamal. The team dominated possession (67.9%) and outshot Osasuna 20-11.

Los Rojillos are showcasing some of their finest football this season. Osasuna remains undefeated in their last three La Liga matches, securing two wins and one draw. They have recorded three wins, three draws, and one loss in their last seven La Liga matches since the beginning of December.

On Sunday, they fought back from a one-goal deficit to secure a draw against Sevilla.