Barcelona vs Levante 15 Feb 2015 TV telecast channels, time and match preview of La Liga 2014–15 match.
With just one point behind Real Madrid, Barcelona will be looking to another win in La Liga when they’ll face Levante on this Sunday. The giants of Spain continued their dominant form in all competition. They are now turning out to be the favorite to win this season of Liga BBVA. The trio of MSN is making wonders for the club with back to back huge wins. They also maintained great defense throughout the competition which is one another fear for Levante. Can they maintain this form? Let’s have a discussion on it.
Barcelona vs Levante 15 Feb 2015 Telecast & Time
|Competition||La Liga 2014–15|
|Date||15 Feb [GMT & IST]|
|Time||4:00 pm [GMT], 9:30 pm [IST]|
|Stadium||Estadio Camp Nou|
|Seating capacity||98,787 spectators|
|Telecast channels||Star Sports 2, Radio Barca|
Barcelona vs Levante Telecast Channels Worldwide
Spain: Canal+ Liga / HD, C+ Liga Multi, Canal+ Yomvi, GOL T
India / Pakistan / Sri Lanka: Star Sports HD 2, Star Sports 2
United States: beIN Sports en Espanol, beIN Sports USA, beIN Sports Connect
United Kingdom: Sky Sports 5 / HD, Sky Go Extra, Sky Go
Argentina: DIRECTV Play Latin America, DIRECTV Argentina
Australia: Fox Sports 4, Foxtel Play
Belgium: Proximus 11+
Canada: beIN Sports Canada, beIN Sports Connect
Chile: DIRECTV Chile, DIRECTV Play Latin America
Colombia: DIRECTV Play Latin America, DIRECTV Colombia
Denmark: C More Sport HD, Viaplay Denmark, Canal 9 Denmark
Germany: Teleclub Sport Live, LAOLA1.TV
Norway: C More Live 4, C More Fotball
Japan: Sky PerfecTV Live, WOWOW
Russia: NTV+ Football, NTV+ Sport Online
Barcelona vs Levante La Liga 2014–15 Match Preview
After 22 match weeks, Barca are just one point behind Real Madrid with 53 points. They have scored 62 goals in this season and conceded least goals .
Coach Luis Enrique is happy but not satisfied with 2 goals lead in semi final round of Copa Del Rey 2014–15. The manager said “It’s a good result but, perhaps, we could have done better. We deserved more. Being up 3–1 heading into the second leg does not change our mentality, we will go into that match looking to win. I expect a very difficult match. The goal is not to score, but to win.”
Levante are currently at 18th spot in lead table which means they are in danger of Relegation Zone. So far, they have won four games, lost 11 and 7 draws, collected 19 points, just one more than Granada [20th] spot.
Footballwood’s prediction for this match is 3–0 victory of Barcelona.