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Sevilla v Barcelona live stream: How to watch today’s La Liga online

By James Amey

Sevilla v Barcelona live stream: How to watch today's La Liga online

Published: 19:00, 3 September 2022

Barcelona will be looking to make it three wins on the bounce on Saturday against a Sevilla side that are yet to win in LaLiga this season (8 pm UK time).

How to live stream Sevilla vs Barcelona online:

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Where to watch Sevilla vs Barcelona on TV:

  • UK: Premier Sports 1
  • US: ESPN+

After finishing fourth for the third consecutive season and qualifying for the Champions League in 2021/22, fans were expecting a fast start to this campaign, but it just hasn’t clicked so far for Sevilla. Just three games in and Julen Lopetegui’s side are already halfway to matching their total league defeats from last season (4) and it won’t get any easier with Barcelona in town, a side they haven’t beaten in the league since 2015.

Barca are unbeaten after three games this campaign and after a goalless draw against Rayo Vallecano on the opening day, Xavi’s side have found their shooting boots, scoring four in both of their last two matches with new goal machine Robert Lewandowski scoring a brace in each.

Sevilla team news

New signing Adnan Januzaj has bolstered Sevilla’s attacking options after Lucas Ocampos completed a loan move to Ajax before deadline day, while Ivan Rakitic starts against his former side. Jesus Manuel Corona and Marcao have both been ruled out, but Marcos Acuna returns from suspension, and goes straight back into the side after Alex Telles deputised for him against Almeria.

Former Real Madrid man Isco should relish his first start for his new side against his former rivals after making just two substitute appearances so far for Julen Lopetegui’s side.

Barcelona team news

Jules Kounde impressed in his La Liga debut for Barca against Real Valladolid and keeps his place in the starting XI against his former side at right-back. Xavi had other choices to make in defence with Andreas Christensen returning from illness and Jordi Alba hoping to regain his left-back spot after 18-year old Alejandro Balde started against Valladolid, but the latter remains in the XI.

Frenkie de Jong decided to stay at Camp Nou after lots of speculation about his future during this summer’s window and will be looking to make an impact from the bench. Hector Bellerin, who returned home after 11 years will be hoping to be involved.

The full-back followed in Cesc Fabregas’ footsteps in returning to his boyhood club and he couldn’t be happier to be back.

“This is one of things that one hopes to be able to to do one day” said the full-back. But for various reasons, it never happened. And this was a year when I least expected to end up here. I am very excited to be back home.

“A boy of 16 who left cannot be compared to one of 27 who is returning. I am very proud and grateful to everyone I have met in my years away. They made me the person I am today. A very different person is coming back, with very different ambitions. But I am as keen as ever and just as enthusiastic about playing football.

“Being able to play in La Liga last season or was important. Now I’m looking forward to meeting my new team-mates and starting to train as soon as possible. I have come here to compete, and for everything. I want to carry on doing my job, and to be able to do it here at Spotify Camp Nou is wonderful”.

Scoreline prediction: Sevilla 1-3 Barcelona

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