Barcelona in 'perfect' shape to retain LaLiga title - Vidal

According to Arturo Vidal, Barcelona's squad is in "perfect condition" for the end-of-season entry and to help Real Madrid achieve LaLiga fame.
Spain's top game resumed two points ahead of Madrid with defending champion Barca this month, but that advantage was undone by the Blaugrana standoff against Sevilla last Friday.
Zinedine Zidane's team have won four out of four since the restart and are now at the top thanks to their superior head-to-head record against Barca, who wants to fight for the third consecutive title.
However, Vidal is optimistic that Barca will be able to cope with the stress of a hectic schedule by playing seven league games within three weeks.
"With the games closer together, we have to use the time as much as possible to make sure we get into the next game in the best possible shape," he told FOX Sports.
"But I think we are in perfect shape to become champions.
"The great atmosphere in the team is an important factor. We have all become close friends and that helps in the field. It is very important because it really shows. I am happy."
Barca's season doesn't end when her LaLiga campaign ends in Deportivo Alaves on the weekend of July 18-19.
Quique Setien's team are still in the Champions League and have the return leg of the last 16 against Napoli in August after a 1-1 draw in Italy in February.
The quarter-finals and semi-finals are now one-legged games that will take place in Lisbon, where the finals will also take place, and Vidal is looking forward to the end of the Champions League.
"I like the format," he added.
"If we can beat Napoli, it will be very strange how and where it happens in August and across legs.
"But I like all-or-nothing games best. I want to be important in these games."

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