The Liga BBVA leaders will be looking to continue their winning streak in next game when they’ll face Almeria. The upcoming match of Spanish league is going to be played at Estadio Camp Nou on 8th April 2015. Barca still have a comfortable lead of four points in this season of La Liga and their are still in race of winning treble this season. Here we are providing match time with TV telecast channels and time info. Scroll down for more information.
Barcelona vs Almeria Match Time, TV Telecast Channels
According to Indian Standard Time, this match will start at 11:30 pm on 8th of April 2015. The Indian viewers can watch it on TV channels Star Sports 4 / HD 4 etc. Given below is the list of worldwide telecast channels of this match.
Spain: GOL T, Movistar TV Futbol, Canal+ Yomvi, Canal+ Liga / HD
India / Sri Lanka: Star Sports 4 / HD 4
Australia: Fox Sports 4 Australia, Foxtel Play
Canada: beIN Sports Canada, beIN Sports Connect
Croatia: Sportklub 3 Croatia
Denmark: C More Sport HD, Canal 9 Denmark
Finland: C More Sport HD
France: beIN Sports Connect, beIN Sports 1
Germany: Teleclub Sport Live
Norway: C More Live HD, C More Sport HD
Portugal: Sport TV2
Russia: NTV+ sport online, NTV+ Football
Singapore: Fox Sports Singapore, Fox Sports Cambodia
United Kingdom: Sky Sports 5 / HD, NOW TV, Sky Go Extra, Sky Go
United States: beIN Sports Connect, beIN Sports en Espanol, beIN Sorts USA
Uruguay: DIRECTV Play Latin America
Vietnam: K +1
Barcelona vs Almeria Match Preview
Barcelona: Celta Vigo – win, Real Madrid – win, Manchester City – win, Eibar: win, Rayo Vallecano – win
Almeria: Levante – loss, Athletic – loss, Villarreal – draw, Elche – loss, Deportivo – draw.
The Catalans have not loss any game out of their last 5 La Liga fixtures while Almeria have not won any game out of last 5 matches in same competition. Barca defender Jeremy Mathieu was the only goal scorer of Barcelona’s last fixture against Celta Vigo.
After the match, the defender said “I scored two important goals, I am pleased. Sometimes you have to suffer when you win. It was a very tough match. After the international break it’s more difficult as your rhythm always drops a bit.”
Almeria has sacked Juan Ignacio Martinez after a seven match winless run put the club’s La Liga status in jeopardy. Martinez was dismissed on Sunday in the wake of a 4-1 home loss to the 15th placed Levante.