Quique Setien's side are away to Mallorca at 22:00 CET on Saturday, June 13, meaning they will not be back in Barcelona until late that night.
Barca then host second-to-bottom Leganes at Camp Nou exactly three days later in another 22:00 kick-off on June 16.
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On Friday, Setien said he would like to have had more time to prepare for the return of LaLiga, with full group training only resumed this Monday – 10 days before the return of the competition.
By comparison, second-placed Real Madrid have slightly more time between their first two fixtures, with Los Blancos in action at home to Eibar on June 14 at 19:30 CET, before hosting Valencia at 22:00 four days later.