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Pedro strained the tendons in his left ankle against Granada and it is estimated that he will be out for between 2 and 3 weeks.

Pedro strained the tendons in his left ankle against Granada and it is estimated that he will be out for between 2 and 3 weeks.

- More bad news for Guardiola and his rotation strategy. With most of the Blaugrana fans around the world demanding a well-deserved rest for Leo Messi, it is fair to say that injuries have made it virtually impossible to do so.

Afellay has been injured since the preseason, and so has Jonathan Soriano. Then the 'hamstring monster' attacked Iniesta, Alexis and Cesc. And now, Pedro is also out. If you think about it carefully, the only players who have been fit at all times this year are Messi, Villa and young Cuenca.

Some of you may argue that players like Bojan or Jeffren would have been helpful at this stage but who would have thought up to SIX forwards would have been sidelined before November?

MESSI NEEDS A REST, BUT INJURIES ARE MAKING IT HARD FOR GUARDIOLA!!!!!!!