Barcelona vs Real Betis Preview: How to Watch, Live Stream, Kick Off Time & Team News - 90min

Barcelona vs Real Betis Preview: How to Watch, Live Stream, Kick Off Time & Team News - 90min

Barcelona welcome Real Betis to Camp on Sunday afternoon, as they return to La Liga following their Champions League outing midweek.Barca earned a point at San Siro, where they drew 1-1 against Inter on Tuesday night. They return to domestic action in high spirits, as they sit top of La Liga.The visitors are thus returning from European action, as Real Betis held Milan to a 1-1 draw at the Benito Villamarin. They are 14th in the table, just four points off the relegation zone. Check out our preview for Sunday's clash below. How to Watch When Is Kick Off? Sunday 11 November What Time Is Kick Off? 15:15 (GMT) Where Is It Played? Camp Nou TV Channel / Live Stream? Eleven Sports 1
Referee? Mateu Lahoz
Team News Lionel Messi remains a doubt for Sunday, and it is now unknown Ernesto Valverde wants to pick him up for the match day squad. Ousmane Dembele is doubtful for the visit of Real Betis.
Philippe Coutinho is the latest addition to Barcelona's injury list, picking up a knock in the Inter. Coutinho joins Samuel Umtiti, Thomas Vermaelen and Sergi Samper on the sidelines, with none of the four back until at least the end of November.Real Betis 'only absent player is Javi García, who has been sidelined since late October.
Predicted Lineups Barcelona Ter Stegen; Alba, Lenglet, Pique, Roberto; Arthur, Busquets, Rakitic; Malcom, Suarez, Rafinha.
Real Betis
Lopez; Mandi, Bartra, Sidnei; Tello, Carvalho, Guardado, Firpo; Canales, Lo Celso; Morón
Head to Head Record Barcelona and Real Betis have many occasions in La Liga, with the Blaugrana by far more successful. Their last meeting came in January 2018, when Barca smashed Betis 5-0.The Blaugrana are 14 league games unbeaten against Real Betis, last ten years ago when the Verdiblancos beat them 3-2 in 2008. Since then, Barca have won 11 times and drawn three times.
Recent Form Barcelona are unbeaten in nine games in all competitions, with their last defeat against Leganes on 26 September. Their draw in Milan on Tuesday night ends their run of five successive wins, but their unbeaten run.Real Betis' form can be viewed in two ways. You can say they've lost just one of their last five games, in a 2-0 defeat to Getafe. However, they have only registered one win in four, showing why they sit 14th in La Liga.Here's how each team has performed in their last five fixtures.BarcelonaReal Betis
Inter 1-1 Barcelona (6/11)
Real Betis 1-1 Milan (8/11)
Rayo Vallecano 2-3 Barcelona (3/11)
Real Betis 3-3 Celta Vigo (4/11)
Cultural Leonesa 0-1 Barcelona (31/10)
Racing Santander 0-1 Real Betis (1/11)
Barcelona 5-1 Real Madrid (28/10)
Getafe 2-0 Real Betis (28/10)
Barcelona 2-0 Inter (24/10)
Milan 1-2 Real Betis (25/10)
Catalan rivals Espanyol, who are in second place. Real Betis desperately need a win to get away from the relegation zone, as they look to secure their La League status for the fourth season in a row.However, Barca wants to be too strong for the visitors, and it looks like the Blaugrana wants to be celebrating another victory in the Camp Nou on Sunday.Prediction: Barcelona 4-1 Real Betis

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