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Real Betis vs Barcelona live stream: How to watch La Liga online

By Chris Smith

Real Betis vs Barcelona live stream: How to watch La Liga online

Published: 12:30, 7 February 2021

Barcelona will look to extend their recent winning run when they travel to Real Betis in La Liga on Sunday at 8:00pm (UK time).

Ronald Koeman’s men are second in the table but remain 10 points adrift of leaders Atletico Madrid, who have a game in hand. Real Betis, meanwhile, are seventh, just nine points adrift of the Champions League places.


How to live stream Real Betis vs Barcelona online:

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Where to watch Real Betis vs Barcelona on TV:

  • UK: La Liga TV
  • US: beIN Sports

Scoreline prediction: Real Betis 2-2 Barcelona

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Real Betis vs Barcelona build-up, previous line-ups & injury news:

After a shaky start, the Blaugrana have won eight of their last 10 La Liga games, drawing the other two, while their only defeat in any competition since early December came in the Supercopa de Espana final against Athletic Bilbao last month. Koeman’s men haven’t exactly been convincing during that run, but they remain on course to finish second and lift the Copa del Rey during his first season in charge. That would surely represent success given the turmoil currently engulfing the Camp Nou.

They travel south to face a Real Betis side enjoying a fine run of their own. Manuel Pellegrini’s men exited the Copa del Rey at the hands of Athletic Bilbao last time out but in La Liga, they’re unbeaten in their last five, winning three and drawing two. As a result, Betis have climbed to seventh in the table and cannot be written off in the race for Champions League qualification.

  • Real Betis (vs Athletic Bilbao): Joel; Montoya, Mandi, Ruiz, Gonzalez; Rodriguez, Carvalho; Ruibal, Canales, Fekir; Iglesias.
  • Barcelona (vs Granada): Ter Stegen; Roberto, Araujo, Umtiti, Alba; De Jong, Busquets, Pedri; Trincao, Messi, Griezmann.

Victor Camarasa, Dani Martin and Diego Lainez are all out for Betis, while Claudio Bravo and Marc Bartra are doubts. Juan Miranda has been passed fit, though.

Sergio Busquets returns from his league suspension but Ansu Fati, Gerard Pique and Philippe Coutinho remain on the treatment table. Sergi Roberto is also injured, allowing Sergiño Dest to continue his impressive start to life with Barcelona.

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Players to watch:

  • Real Betis: Sunday represents a huge game for ex-Barcelona winger, Cristian Tello. Despite starting just eight La Liga games this season, the 29-year-old has risen to second in both the goalscoring and assist charts with four and three, respectively. Tello hasn’t scored since netting a double in Betis’ 3-1 win over Elche in November but has an assist in each of his last two La Liga outings. That said, in six career appearances against Barcelona, Tello has won just once and never scored — a record he’ll be desperate to overturn here.
  • Barcelona: Are we finally starting to see the best of Antoine Griezmann at Barcelona? After a tough start to life at the Camp Nou, the France international has put his best foot forward since the turn of the year, grabbing seven goals and three assists in his last eight appearances across all competitions. The 29-year-old netted a brace in Barca’s 5-3 win over Granada in the Copa del Rey last time out and will be looking for a repeat performance here. After all, Koeman and his players won’t be giving up on catching Atletico Madrid just yet, especially Griezmann.

La Liga 2020/21 recent form:

  • Real Betis: WDWWD
  • Barcelona: WWWWW

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