Lionel Messi is on the eve of the trip to Rayo Vallecano as a train from Barcelona, but the captain will probably not play as he still recovers after a broken arm
- Lionel Messi trained on the eve of her trip to Rayo Vallecano with Barcelona
- Starman Messi looked good, but he is not expected to play on Saturday
- Messi broke his arm two weeks ago and is back to full fitness
Robert Summerscales for Mailonline
Lionel Messi recovered from a broken arm on Friday as he moved with his team-mates from Barcelona to a training session in the sports town of Joan Gamper.
Messi looked in good shape two weeks after his last appearance in Seville's 4-2 win against Barcelona. However, he is not expected to play in La Liga league in Rayo Vallecano on Saturday.
Barcelona will be confident to beat Vallecano without beating him after winning the last eleven games against them, scoring at least four in eight of those games.
Lionel Messi trained in the city of sports Joan Gamper on the eve of Rayo Vallecano against Barcelona
Messi looked in good condition two weeks after breaking his arm, but he is not expected to play
Barcelona's top-class squad prepared for the league's 11th league game in the league
Messi could also rest against Inter Milan on Tuesday as Barcelona are well placed in the Champions League group B.
The home game of the league La Liga with Real Betis on 11 November or the trip to Atletico Madrid 13 days later are provided as probable dates for his return.
Since Messi is still on the sidelines, Luis Suarez is charged with leading the attack of the Barca.
Suarez stole the show last weekend at Clasico, scoring a hat-trick in a 5-1 win over Real Madrid.
A win against Vallecano, who is 19th, will keep Barca at the top of the table.
The mood in training seemed relaxed and Arturo Vidal seemed to take on the role of joker.
As Messi is probably out of the game in Vallecano, Luis Suarez (left) will be the main striker of Barca
Suarez and Messi watched Chilean midfielder Arturo Vidal make a joke in training
Arthur was also amused by Vidal's humor as Barca prepared for a routine victory