Valencia, meanwhile, overcame Zaragoza, Las Palmas and Alaves en route to the semi-final as they look to challenge for a title they haven't won since 2008.
|Game||Barcelona vs Valencia|
|Date||Thursday, February 1|
|Time||20:30 GMT / 15:30 ET|
|Stream (US only)||fuboTV (7-day free trial)|
TV CHANNEL & LIVE STREAM
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|US TV channel||Online stream|
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SQUADS & TEAM NEWS
|Goalkeepers||Ter Stegen, Cillessen, Ortola|
|Defenders||Semedo, Pique, Alba, Digne, Vidal, Umtiti, Mina|
|Midfielders||Rakitic, Busquets, Iniesta, Coutinho, Paulinho, D. Suarez, Roberto, Gomes, Alena|
|Forwards||L. Suarez, Messi, Alcacer, Arnaiz|
Thomas Vermaelen is a doubt for the game after aggravating a hamstring injury, while Ousmane Dembele is definitely unavailable.
Potential Barcelona starting XI: Cillessen; Semedo, Pique, Umtiti, Digne; Busquets, Paulinho, Coutinho, Gomes; L. Suarez, Messi.
|Goalkeepers||Domenech, Rivero, Neto|
|Defenders||Vezo, Gabriel, Gaya, Lato, Montoya, Garay, N. Vidal|
|Midfielders||Maksimovic, Guedes, Parejo, Pereira, Kondogbia, Coquelin, Soler|
|Forwards||Vietto, Zaza, Rodrigo, Mina, Torres|
Valencia will be without long-term absentee Javi Jimenez, who is recovering from a knee injury, while Jeison Murillo remains a doubt.
Potential Valencia starting XI: Domenech; Garay, Montoya, Gaya, Lato; Kondogbia, Coquelin, Parejo, Guedes; Rodrigo, Mina.
BETTING & MATCH ODDS
Barcelona are favourites to win, with dabblebet pricing the Catalan side at 1/5. Valencia are available at odds of 10/1, while a draw is deemed more likely at 6/1.
Barcelona have been totally relentless this season and their impressive form has catapulted them clear at the top of La Liga and pushed them closer to yet another Copa del Rey title.
Thus far they have been unbeatable in the league, with Lionel Messi and Luis Suarez seeming to play with greater freedom under Ernesto Valverde, but there have been a few wobbles in the Copa del Rey, particularly against Celta Vigo and Espanyol - the latter ending an unbeaten streak that had stretched to 29 games in all competitions.
Semi-final opponents Valencia are one of the few teams they have not beaten in La Liga this season and they needed a late Jordi Alba goal to salvage a point at Mestalla in November, so they will have to be particularly wary of Los Che on Thursday.
However, Valverde's charges come into the game armed with the knowledge that Camp Nou is a virtually impregnable fort, having last tasted defeat at the venue back in August - in a Spanish Super Cup loss to Real Madrid.