Barcelona will now face another strong competitor in the form of Valencia in their upcoming game of La Liga 2014–15. Here is the complete information of Valencia vs Barcelona match preview, time with TV telecast channels in India and other nations. After a comfortable win over Sevilla FC, the will be looking for another victory in domestic league. But the bats are turning out to be one of the strongest competitor who can create restrictions in the journey of other Spanish giants.
Valencia vs Barcelona Time, TV Telecast Channels
|Competition||La Liga 2014–15|
|Date||30 Nov [GMT], 1 Dec [IST]|
|Time||8:00pm [GMT], 1:30am [IST]|
|Seating capacity||55,000 spectators|
|Home team||The Bats|
|Telecast Channels||Star Sports 2, beIN Sports 1 etc.|
Spain: Canal+ 1 / HD / 30, Canal+ Yomvi
Australia: Fox Sports 4
Canada: beIN Sports Canada, beIN Sports Connect
Croatia: Sportklub 3
Denmark: Viaplay Denmark, Canal 9 Denmark, C More sport HD
Finland: C More Sport HD, Viasat Sport Xtra, Viaplay Finland
France: beIN Sports 1
Germany: Teleclub Sport Live, LAOLA1.TV
India: Star Sports HD 2, Star Sports 2
International: Radio Barca
Netherlands: Sport1 Select HD
Norway: C More Fotball, C More Sport HD
Portugal: Sport TV2
Russia: NTV+ Sport Online, NT+ Football
Sweden: C More Sport 1, C Sports live
Switzerland: Teleclub Sport 3, Teleclub Sport Live
Ukraine: Futbol 2
United Kingdom: Sky Sports 5 / HD, NOW TV, Sky Go / Extra
United States: beIN Sports Connect, beIN Sports en Espanol, SiriusXM FC
Valencia vs Barcelona La Liga Preview
After international break, Barca are looking in decent form as they have recently registered 3 back to back wins over the domestic rivals. Also, they defeated Europa league champions Sevilla FC by 5–1 which would be another fear of the bats.
Valencia lost eight points in their last 5 La Liga fixtures, losing against Deportivo by 3–0 and Levante by 2–1. The bats won last game in this competition against Villarreal by 3–1 on 2 November 2014.
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In last game against Sevilla FC, Barca superstar Messi became highest goal scorer of La Liga. The player surpassed record of former Athletic Bilbao player Telmo Zarra’s record of 251 goals. In next game, he scored another hat-trick and became Champions League all time top goal scorer.
Blaugrana are just 2 points behind from leaders Real Madrid. After 12 rounds, they have won 9 games with 2 defeats and one loss collecting 28 points. Home side are four points behind Barcelona with eight wins, 2 draws and 2 defeats.