Watch Villarreal vs Barcelona 2014 La Liga match free live streaming on your device. The upcoming match of Spanish Primera league is all set to be played at El Madrigal, the home ground of the yellow submarines. After first win in opening match of Liga BBVA 2014–15, both teams are now looking for second victory of the competition. Here is the procedure of how to watch Villarreal vs Barca match free. Continue your reading for watch online.
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Villarreal vs Barcelona 2014 La Liga Preview
Date: 31-08-2014 [GMT & IST]
Time: 5:00pm [GMT], 10:30pm [IST]
Stadium: El Madrigal
TV Channels: Star Sports 4, beIN Sports connect etc.
The yellow submarines registered their first victory of the competition against Levante by 2–0. But there next task is against Barca, who are also looking for winning run in the competition. Home ground support would be the advantage for Villarreal over Blaugrana.
Spanish defender Gerard Pique and Brazilian forward Neymar are likely to return to the staring line-up, while Javier Mascherano and Luis Suarez both miss the match through suspension.
Barca are on a quest to regain the trophy in the new season. The owners of club did well to reinforce the squad, with the likes of Luis Suarez, Ivan Rakitic, Jeremy Mathieu and Thomas Vermaelen joining the Catalan giants. After resign of Tata Martino, manager Luis Henrique made debut with first win over Elche by 3–0.