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Barcelona v Real Valladolid

Barcelona vs Real Valladolid: TV channel, live stream, squad news & preview

2:45 AM GMT+8 17/02/2019
Lionel Messi Barcelona 2018-19
After stalling a little in recent weeks, Ernesto Valverde's side will be going all out for the win at Camp Nou

After going three matches without a victory in all competitions, Barcelona are looking to get back on track against Valladolid on Saturday.

Ernesto Valverde’s side have drawn three tricky fixtures in succession, held twice at Camp Nou - 2-2 in La Liga by Valencia and 1-1 by Real Madrid in the Copa del Rey - before a goalless draw away to Athletic Club last weekend.

Their weekend opponents, meanwhile, are floating precariously above the relegation zone, having drawn 0-0 with Villarreal a week ago.

Game Barcelona vs Real Valladolid
Date Saturday, February 16
Time 7:45pm GMT / 2:45pm ET
Stream (US only) fubo TV (7-day free trial)

TV Channel, Live Stream & How To Watch


In the United States (US), the game can be watched live and on-demand with fuboTV (7-day free trial) .

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US TV channel Online stream
beIN Sports / beIN Sports en Espanol fubo TV (7-day free trial)

In the United Kingdom (UK), the game can be streamed via Eleven Sports 1.

UK TV channel Online stream
N/A Eleven Sports 1

Squads & Team News


Position Barcelona squad
Goalkeepers Ter Stegen, Pena
Defenders Semedo, Pique, Lenglet, Alba, Miranda, Gonzalez, Chumi, Murillo, Vermaelen
Midfielders Rakitic, Busquets, Vidal, Boateng, Alena, Roberto
Forwards Messi, Suarez, Coutinho, Malcom

Barcelona starting XI: Ter Stegen; Sergi Roberto, Pique, Vermaelen, Alba; Alena, Sergio, Vidal; Messi, Prince, Dembele

Position Real Valladolid squad
Goalkeepers Masip, Yoel
Defenders Calero, Joaquin, Kiko, Moyano, Angulo, Nacho
Midfielders Borja Fernandez, Anuar, Keko, Herrero, Villa, Verde
Forwards Guardiola, Unal, Cop, Plaza

Valladolid starting XI: Masip; Antonito, Joaquin, Olivas, Calero, Nacho; Michel, Anuar; Verde; Sergi Guardiola, Enes Unal


Betting & Match Odds


Barcelona are hot 1/7 favourites with Bet365, while Real Valladolid are 14/1 to cause a huge upset. A draw is priced aat 8/1.

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Match Preview


With no midweek action and the return of the Champions League, it’s been a relatively low-key build up for Barcelona ahead of Saturday’s encounter with Real Valladolid.

During this quiet period, Barca have started to look to the future, tying down coach Valverde to a one-year contract extension.

However, things are about to take a step up in intensity for Ernesto Valverde’s side over the coming days, with a trip to Lyon in Europe set to follow quickly on the heels of this encounter.

Nevertheless, having seen their lead at the summit of La Liga cut to six points by in-form Real Madrid, it is one that they cannot afford to falter in.

Meanwhile, Ajax’s encounter against Real Madrid gave fans a glimpse of Frenkie de Jong, who will join the squad in the summer.

The midfielder has been dubbed “perfect” for the Catalans by Patrick Kluivert.

“When he receives the ball, he already knows where to play it, he always looks for vertical passes towards other central midfielders or strikers,” the Dutchman said.

That will be music to the ears of Lionel Messi, who is expected to stay at the club “forever”, according to president Josep Maria Bartomeu.

“He has told us that he wants to continue. We have offered him a new contract over five years and I hope we will continue discussing the deal,” he told RKB.

Perhaps unsurprisingly, the Argentine has been to the forefront of Valladolid’s thinking over the course of the last week to, although Sergio Gonzalez has warned there is far more to Barca than the diminutive Argentine, who may even be rotated out of the team given his recent injury concerns.

“It would be wrong for us to focus on Messi,” Gonzalez said. “We do everything as a squad, and if we have to stop Messi, we will also do it as a squad.”

He even hinted he would be rather relieved not to see the 29-goal forward on the field.

“I always think the best players have to be on the park, but if Ernesto decides to give him a rest it would not be bad,” he conceded. “Messi is the best and deep down I want him to play, but at the same time if he has to rest then this would be the time.”

After a scoreless draw against Villarreal and an embarrassing 4-0 loss to Huesca, the pressure is on the strugglers to bounce back but it promises to be an immense test.