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Granada v Barcelona predictions, live stream options, team news, XIs

By Mohamed Moallim

Granada v Barcelona predictions, live stream options, team news, XIs

Published: 16:15, 7 January 2022

Granada and Barcelona will be looking to extend La Liga unbeaten streaks when they meet at Estadio Nuevo Los Cármenes on Saturday evening (17:30 UK time).

The hosts come into this latest round of fixtures having avoided defeat in six consecutive matches while their visitors are seeking a fifth consecutive match without tasting a loss.

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Where to watch Granada vs Barcelona on TV:

  • UK: LaLigaTV
  • US: ESPN+

Granada team news

A six-game unbeaten streak — which consists of three wins — has moved Granada up to 13th in the championship table. If they can avoid defeat against Barcelona then Robert Moreno’s men will create history as only once before have they gone seven or more La Liga games and it came back in September 1969 (nine matches which consisted of four wins and five draws). Recent performances are on their side as Granada have avoided losing in their past two league games against Barça after only doing so twice in 19 previous encounters. This represents their best such run against the Blaugrana in competition history. Expected to feature is Jorge Molina who’s been involved in six of Granada’s last seven league goals (five goals and one assist). In fact, he’s won his team eight points from his nine goal involvements this season (seven goals and two assists).

Granada predicted XI: Maximiano; Quini, Duarte, Torrente, Neva; Puertas, Milla, Gonalons, Machis; Molina, Suarez.

Barcelona team news

Things are settling for Barça manager Xavi who is set to manage his first La Liga match against Granada — during his illustrious playing career he won all five of his league encounters against them while scoring on three occasions. The giants from Catalunya come into this latest matchday on the back off losing just one of their last nine league games; this after suffering three defeats across four matches, they’re also unbeaten in their last five road games which consists of two wins and three draws. Dani Alves is pushing for a second league debut for the club who are missing Ronald Araujo and Frenkie de Jong due to injuries sustained earlier this week. January recruit Ferran Torres is still ineligible while there’s doubts over the availability of Abde Ezzalzouli, Gavi, Álex Balde and Sergino Dest.

Barcelona predicted XI: Ter Stegen; Araujo, Garcia, Lenglet, Alba; Puig, Busquets, Nico; Dembele, L de Jong, Jutgla.

La Liga 2021/22 recent form:

  • Granada: DWWDW
  • Barcelona: WDWDL

Scoreline prediction: Granada 2-2 Barcelona

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