Barcelona striker Pedro needs two goals to reach 50 goals for the Catalans while team-mate Gerard Pique will have played 150 games for the La Liga champions if selected against Racing.
Pedro said that the squad "is training well" after the international break and "confident" in dealing with future challenges.
The striker is a little less confident when it comes to his chances at achieving his goal scoring milestone on Saturday with a brace against Racing.
"It will be difficult," he said.
"It always is to get such figures, but I'm relaxed, it's not something that I'm obsessed with. I have been lucky enough to enjoy some great finals with this team.
"I remember Abu Dhabi, the European Supercup, the games against Madrid... They are all fond memories, I hope to continue working to contribute things."
Meanwhile, Barca's 24-year-old defender Pique is already set for his 150th game in a Barcelona shirt after making his debut against Wisla Krakow on August 13, 2008.
Pique came on in the 77th minute as a replacement for Dani Alves but is now an important member of coach Pep Guardiola's first XI.