Antoine Griezmann has thus far struggled to adapt to life at Barcelona, failing to develop an on-pitch rapport with Lionel Messi, but after a poor performance against Slavia Prague in the Champions League, the arrival of Celta Vigo to the Camp Nou could be the perfect tonic for the forward.
The French World Cup winner hasn't scored against any other team more than he has against Celta Vigo, even going back to his days with Real Sociedad.
Over the course of his career, he has found the net against the Galician club nine times, although to continue this positive run he will have to do so from a position on the left of a front-three in Ernesto Valverde's system.
Of late, Griezmann hasn't looked comfortable on the left and the lack of fluidity between Messi and the former Atleti star has created a rather dysfunctional frontline in Catalonia.
One of the demands on Valverde's charges on Saturday will be to win, but win with a positive performance, especially after Arsene Wenger's staunch criticism of the club's style in the wake of the midweek draw with the Czech club.
This is another good omen for Griezmann, with the French international having defeated Celta Vigo on no less than 11 occasions, seven of which coming with Los Colchoneros.
There is only one club who he has celebrated more victories against, and that is Valencia whom he has put to the sword 12 times.
Nobody is questioning Griezmann's importance at Barcelona. He has played in 14 matches for the club this term, but we are yet to see glimpses of the star that Los Cules believed they had purchased, the player who could take them over the line in the Champions League.
He is still adapting and there are no suggestions that anyone is giving up on him just yet, but Barcelona are in a time of great need right now, and it would be more than welcome for them if Griezmann could start to show his best against Celta Vigo.