Via DIRECTV Sports, Barcelona will face Seville for a new date LaLiga Santander. Both teams are at the top of the table and will seek to take the three points this Sunday, April 3, starting at 2:00 pm (Peruvian time). You can follow all incidents minute by minute HERE.
Barcelona has added 30 of the last 39 points in LaLiga and, now, against Sevilla, they will have a new test at Camp Nou, where they have not lost since December 4. So it was precisely another Sevillian team, Betis, who defeated him 0-1.
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WHAT TIME DO BARCELONA VS. SEVILLE
- If you are in Peru: 2:00 pm
- If you are in Ecuador: 2:00 pm
- If you are in Colombia: 2:00 pm
- If you are in Mexico: 1:00 pm
- If you are in Argentina: 4:00 pm
- If you are in Chile: 4:00 pm
- If you are in Spain: 9:00 pm
The azulgrana team comes in the best of spirits, since in the last match they beat Real Madrid 0-4 at the Santiago Bernabéu and once they have established themselves in the Champions League places, they even dare to dream of the title of League.
The five consecutive wins he has accumulated in the domestic competition, with 18 goals for and 2 against, and the great improvement in his game thanks to Xavi Hernández give him the strength to think about that ambitious goal that even its president, Joan Laporta.
Although the mathematics show that, in addition to a pristine last stretch of the League for Barça, a historic debacle for Real Madrid is necessary for the Catalan team to win the title. With 9 games to go, the Whites are 12 points ahead of the Azulgranas, who will catch up with second-placed Sevilla in the event of victory this Sunday.’
Sevilla arrives at the Nou Camp with the possibility of losing the second place in the standings that they have held for many weeks, after their rivals from below have gradually reduced the important points advantage they had.
VIA ESPN, WHAT OTHER CHANNELS TRANSMIT BARCELONA – SEVILLA
- Peru: DirecTV Sports
- Ecuador: DirecTV Sports
- Colombia: DirecTV Sports
- Mexico: Sky Sports
- Argentina: DirecTV Sports
- Chile: DirecTV Sports
- Spain: Movistar LaLiga
That deficit of the team coached by Julen Lopetegui has accumulated precisely because of their mediocre results as a visitor, a condition in which they last won in LaLiga on January 3 against Cádiz (0-1), since they subsequently made five trips with draws against Valencia, Osasuna, Espanyol, Alavés and Rayo.
It is also true that the team has not lost in this tournament since it did so on November 28 at the Santiago Bernabéu against Real Madrid (2-1), which is the team with the fewest accumulated defeats in the competition -two- and the least scored in the category -nineteen goals-.
POSSIBLE ALIGNMENTS OF BARCELONA – SEVILLE
Barcelona: Ter Stegen; Dani Alves, Araujo, Hammered, Jordi Alba; Sergio Busquets, Pedri, Frenkie de Jong; Dembele, Ferran, Aubameyang.
Seville: Bond or Dmitrovic; Jesus Navas, Koundé, Diego Carlos, Rekik; Gudelj, Joan Jordan; Ocampos, Rakitic, Martial; En-Nesyri.
WHERE BARCELONA AND SEVIILA PLAY
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