Real Betis Vs Barcelona: Live Stream, TV Channel, Kick-off Time,where To Watch

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Real Betis Vs Barcelona:  Live Stream, TV Channel, Kick-off Time,where To Watch

When Barcelona plays Real Betis on Wednesday in La Liga action in Seville, they will want to temporarily increase their lead at the top to eight points. The Blaugrana's one-goal victory over Girona and Real Madrid's loss in their goalless draw with Real Sociedad allowed Xavi's team to take the lead in the championship race by five points. Betis are presently in sixth position on the standings following their 1-0 victory against Getafe over the weekend. The match's complete information, including how to watch it on TV and online, team news, and more, is available on GOAL.

Real Betis vs. Barcelona date and kickoff time

Game Real Betis vs. Barcelona
Date February 1, 2023
Kick-off 3pm ET, 8pm GMT, 1:30am IST (Feb 2)
Venue Benito Villamarin Stadium, Seville

How to watch Real Betis vs. Barcelona on TV and live stream online:

  1. The game is broadcast on ESPN+, ESPN Deportes (in Spanish), fubo TV, and DirecTV Stream in the United States (US).
  2. Real Betis vs. Barcelona will be broadcast live on television in the UK on LaLigaTV and Viaplay Sports 1.
  3. With streaming on JioCinema, the Sports18 network holds telecast rights in India.
Country TV channel Live stream
US ESPN Deportes fuboTV, ESPN+, DirecTV Stream
UK Viaplay Sports 1 Viaplay, LaLigaTV
India Sports18 - 1 HD JioCinema

Team and roster news for Real Betis

Juan Cruz has been sidelined since October because of a hamstring injury, but Nabil Fekir and Juanmi are back from muscle injuries and will start on the bench for Getafe.

In addition, Abner Martinez, who joined the team in January, will aim to start at left-back instead of Juan Miranda, with William Carvalho and Guido Rodriguez in control of the midfield.

The likely Real Betis starting lineup includes Silva, Sabaly, Pezzella, Felipe, Miranda; Rodriguez, Carvalho; Henrique, Fekir, Rodri; and Iglesias.

Positions Players
Goalkeepers Silva, Martin, and Bravo
Defenders Luiz Felipe, Gonzalez, Pezzella, Ruiz, Abner, Miranda, Ruibal, Sabaly, Montoya
Midfielders Rodriguez, Carvalho, Akouokou, Guardado, Camarasa, Fekir, Canales, Juanmi, Rodri, Henrique, and Joaquin
Forwards Iglesias, Jose, Moron

Barcelona's squad and team news

While Robert Lewandowski and Ferran Torres have returned from suspension, Ousmane Dembele's most recent injury (a thigh strain) will keep the Frenchman out of play for at least three weeks.

Pedri and Jordi Alba may return to the starting lineup in the other alterations from the cup game, although Sergio Roberto is likely to stay on the bench.

Ter Stegen; Kounde, Araujo, Christensen, Alba; Gavi, De Jong, Pedri; Raphinha, Lewandowski, Torres; are all probable starting lineups for Barcelona.

Positions Players
Goalkeepers Ter Stegen, Pena
Defenders Bellerin, Araujo, Christensen, Alonso, Alba, Kounde, Garcia, and Balde
Midfielders Busquets, Pedri, Kessie, Roberto, De Jong, and Gavi
Forwards Lewandowski, Ansu Fati, Torres, Raphinha

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