Atletico Madrid vs Barcelona is an upcoming second leg match of Copa Del Rey 2014–15. Here is the match preview, time with TV telecast channels of Atleti vs Barca. Coach Luis Enrique’s squad have advantage of one goal, but he knows Atleti will have home support and they holds great record against any team at Vicente Calderon. The do or die match for both teams will be played on 28th of Jan 2015 at home ground of The Indios. Let’s have a look on schedule and preview of this upcoming game.
Atletico Madrid vs Barcelona Time, Telecast Channels
|Competition||Copa Del Rey 2014–15|
|Date||29 Jan [IST], 28 Jan [GMT]|
|Time||1:30am [IST], 8:00pm [GMT]|
|Seating capacity||54,960 spectators|
|Round||Quarter final [2nd leg]|
|Telecast channels||Ten Sports, Radio Barca etc.|
According to Indian Standard Time, the match will start at 1:30am on 29th January 2015. Watch this match live on your TV telecast channels Ten HD, Canal+ 1 / HD / 30, Sun Channel. Given below is the list of telecast channels worldwide.
India: Ten HD, Ten Sports
Spain: Canal+ 1 / HD / 30
United States: beIN Sports USA, beIN Sports en Espanol
United Kingdom: Sky Sports 5 / HD, Sky Go Extra, Sky Go
Portugal: Sport TV2, Sport TV3
Norway: C More Fotball
Argentina: ESPN Play Latin America, ESPN3 South America
Brazil: ESPN Cono Norte, ESPN3 South America
Canada: beIN Sports Connect, beIN Sports Canada
Denmark: Canal 9 Denmark, Viaplay Denmark
France: beIN Sports 1
Germany: Teleclub Sport Live, LAOLA1.TV
Copa Del Rey 2014–15 Quarter Final Match Preview
Current Form: WLDWLW
Possible Line-ups: Oblak, Juanfran, Gimenez, Siqeira, Gabi, Koke, Suarez, Griezman, Mandzukic, Turan
Current Form: WWWWWW
Possible Line-ups: Ter Stegen, Alves, Pique, Mascherano, Alba, Iniesta, Busquets, Rakitic, Neymar, Suarez, Messi.
In last head to head game between both teams, Barca with one goal after a late strike from Lionel Messi. This means that the Indios have to score minimum of one goal without conceding any goal in this clash to remain in the competition.
Barcelona are the current runner-ups of the competition as they suffered a 1–2 defeat at the hands of their El Clasico rivals. The late goal of Gareth Bale helped Real Madrid to lift the first trophy of the season 2013–14.
The Catalans registered their sixth straight win in all competition against Elche by 6–0. In these six games, the Spanish giants have scored total of twenty three goals which is another big threat for the home side to worry about.
Jose Gimenez is expected to start the clash as his teammate is suffering from suspension after picking up a booking in the first leg of quarter final of this competition.