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Valencia Vs Barcelona La Liga IST (Indian Time), EDT (USA Time), BST (British Time), GMT+0 Match Preview Live Stream and TV telecast

Valencia Vs Barcelona La Liga IST (Indian Time), EDT (USA Time), BST (British Time), GMT+0 Match Preview Live Stream and TV telecast

La Liga IST (Indi­an Time), EDT (USA Time), BST (Brit­ish Time), GMT+0 Match Pre­view Live Stream and TV tele­cast: In-form squad Valen­cia will take on the chal­lenge of the defens­ing cham­pi­ons FC Bar­celona in a 2016–2017 La Liga sea­son match at the Mestalla Sta­di­um on Sat­urday, Octo­ber 22nd.

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Match: Valen­cia Vs Bar­celona (La Liga)
Date: Octo­ber 22nd, 2016; 17:45 IST, 8:15 EDT, 13:15 BST, 12:15 GMT+0 
Ven­ue: Esta­dio de Mestalla, Valen­cia
Valen­cia Vs Bar­celona TV Details: Sony Six SD, Sony Six HD (Indi­an view­ers); fuboTV, beIN SPORTS CONNECT U.S.A., beIN SPORTS USA, beIN SPORTS en Español (USA view­ers); (UK view­ers)
Valen­cia Vs Bar­celona Live Com­ment­ary: talk­s­port, tun­ein radio, flash­score
Valen­cia Vs Bar­celona Live stream: click here to watch this match live

The hosts from Valen­cia are on a good run of form as they have won three of their last four games which allowed the team to scramble out of the releg­a­tion zone. They are cur­rently occupy­ing the 14th place of the league stand­ings, only two points above the bot­tom three area. Their most recent match res­ul­ted in a 2–1 vic­tory over Sport­ing Gijon on the road at the El Molinon Sta­di­um on Sunday. Span­ish loanee mid­field­er Mario Suárez scored twice to lead Los Che. It was also a mar­velous wel­come for new head coach Cesare Pran­del­li, com­men­cing his Valen­cia reign with a vic­tory.

On the oth­er hand, Bar­celona respon­ded well to their pre­vi­ous fiasco against Celta Vigo by sweep­ing Deport­ivo La Coruna out, 4–0, at the home ground of the Camp Nou last Sat­urday. Young Brazili­an wing­er Rafinha net­ted a brace in the 21st and 36th minute to start Barça’s attack before striker Luis Suárez made it a 3–0 advant­age in the 43rd, giv­ing the hosts a 3–0 lead at the break. The talis­man­ic striker and the cur­rent Barca skip­per Lionel Messi returned from a groin injury and came off the bench in the 55th minute. Messi sealed the win three minutes later as he dir­ec­ted Ney­mar’s cross past the out­stretched arms of Deport­ivo keep­er Ger­man Lux, com­plet­ing the Blaugrana’s four-goal rout.

 

Valen­cia: Pre­dicted Line-up (4–2‑3–1)

Alves – Gaya, Garay, San­tos, Mon­toya – Suárez, Perez – Can­celo, Parejo, Mina – Rodrigo.

Bar­celona: Pre­dicted Line-up (4–3‑3)

ter Ste­gen – Roberto, Pique, Math­ieu, Digne – Rakit­ic, Bus­quets, Rafinha – Messi, Ney­mar, Suárez.

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