Barcelonas small squad could be a cause for concern for Luis Enrique in the run-in, believes Sky Sports Spanish football expert Terry Gibson. Luis Enriques side suffered a 2-1 defeat at the hands of rivals Real Madrid on Saturday which saw their lead over Atletico Madrid - whom they face in a Champions League quarter-final first leg on Tuesday - at the top of La Liga cut to just six points.Real are a further point behind their city rivals Atletico with seven games remaining and Gibson, speaking on the La Liga Weekly podcast, thinks the amount of football Barcas first-team regulars are playing could be a problem heading into the crunch stage of the season. Barcelona have picked up just one point from their last two La Liga matches My biggest concern would be the small squad, Gibson said.The starting line-up is known as the Gala XI now; the 10 outfield players are permanent and they only made one sub at the weekend with Arda Turan coming on.Zinedine Zidane changed Karim Benzema and Gareth Bale and freshened it up with youthful quick players that added to the momentum at the end. Barcelonas Javier Mascherano in action against Real Madrid Barcas players are playing significant amounts of football, they are all internationals and have all played most games this season.Enrique has tried to be conservative with players like Andres Iniesta but Javier Mascherano and Sergio Busquets play nearly every game. I would imagine Barca need to concern themselves with it at some point because they obviously dont trust the bench enough to go to it in the bigger games.Gibson also thinks the age of Barcelonas current side is a worry for the future with Neymar, at 24, the youngest of the 11 players that started El Clasico last Saturday. Neymar, 24, was the youngest member of Barcas starting line-up against Real Madrid I noticed when I was writing the list of players out that Neymar was the youngest at 24, he said. I think it should be cause for concern.You could argue that most of them are at their peak and its not a crisis, but its one point from the last six in the league.They were ahead in both games and have opened the door a little for Atletico and Real, even though Barca have the advantage in the head-to-head records as well, so thats another point. 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He said he will be disappointed if he doesnt come home with two or three roster players. "Im motivated to do something to help this current roster," he said. "I want to make sure were at least able to add a big piece with that first pick (No. 7), but outside of that Im pretty open minded to doing anything." The primary need, he explained, was size and depth. "We will try and use some of the existing players that we have now to try to make some trades for the meat that weve all talked about and that everybody has identified as a real area of concern for our team," he said. "My sense is that we try to put together some packages to attract some of those players. We all know the division were going into next year is a strong division. Were going to need big, strong players to compete." He said it will likely take a combination of moving some current roster players and some draft choices. After No. 7, Edmonton has two second-round picks, Nos. 37 and 56, plus one pick each in the fifth, sixth and seventh rounds. MacTavish said he has received some offers for his first-round pick, but nothing "that even remotely would sway me to move that pick." "We know the default option is a good one, were going to get a very good player there," he added. This years draft is considered a deep one and MacTavish is confident there will be several players available at No. 7 who could help the Oilers in the near future, if not immediately. "We realize at seven were going to get one of about four players. Through the course of the last six months … I realized there are a lot of players out tthere I would be excited to add to our roster and certainly at seven theres a lot.dddddddddddd" With the deep draft, he expects the second-round picks to become more valuable as Sunday nears. 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