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(From Guardian Unlimited)
It was the last thing Barcelona wanted to see. Two players have gone down with swine flu, Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Lionel Messi are struggling with injuries, tiredness creeps up on an already slim squad and now Internazionale have arrived -- with Samuel Eto'o and Jos' Mourinho at the head and Barcelona's fate in their hands. Few know the damage Eto'o can do better than Barcelona; few experience such fear and loathing towards Mourinho as the Catalans.
Of Ibrahimovic and Messi's chances of playing the Barcelona coach, Pep Guardiola, said: "We won't know until tomorrow. We are doing all we can for them to be available. The medics haven't told me …