Barcelona vs. Celta Vigo time, TV channel, live stream, lineups, betting odds for La Liga Tuesday match
Barcelona vs Celta Vigo: TV channel, live stream, team news & prediction
When and where to watch FC Barcelona v Celta Vigo
Global guide to kick-off times and broadcasters of the Liga game at Camp Nou
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Having already confirmed a UEFA Champions League place for next season, Barcelona looks to finish the season strong as they take on Celta Vigo in Tuesday La Liga action.
With only three matches remaining, Barcelona sit second in the Spanish league table, four points above third-placed Sevilla and 11 points clear of fifth-place Real Betis, meaning a top-four Champions League spot is secure. Still, Barcelona fans will feel far better about the season with a second-place finish than a fourth-place one, especially considering how the season began. So the stretch run is important for the Blaugrana.
The Catalan club is beset by injuries and suspensions, with a number of midfielders unavailable for this match. That could leave the door open for Celta Vigo, which has the chance to build a three-match unbeaten run against Barcelona.
These teams played to a thrilling 3-3 draw in this season's reverse fixture back in September, with Celta Vigo erasing a 3-0 deficit, scoring the equalizer in the 96th minute. Celta also won against Barcelona last time at the Nou Camp, a 2-1 decision that saw an 89th-minute winner.
The hosts have significant issues in midfield to deal with. Pedri, Sergi Roberto, and Nico Gonzalez are all out injured, and the ageless Sergio Busquets is suspended for yellow card accumulation. That could see fan favorite Riqui Puig come in for just his second league start of the season.
Along the back line there are problems as well. Gerard Pique remains sidelined with a muscle injury, as does American Sergino Dest, while goalkeeper Marc-Andre ter Stegen is a question mark after missing out over the weekend with an illness.
Young Ansu Fati scored a critical goal off the bench against Real Betis last weekend, having returned from his lengthy injury absence to make two substitute appearances, and it's unclear whether he's yet ready for a starting role.
Currently sitting 11th in the La Liga table, Celta Vigo has achieved a result in five of the last eight league matches against Barcelona. Often, they leave it late. In the last seven league games between these two clubs in which Celta Vigo found the back of the net, the underdogs were the last team to score in six of them, including the last two in which dramatic late strikes earned Celta Vigo points.
Late goals have also punctuated the Barcelona season of late, with three of their last five league matches seeing late strikes in the final 10 minutes plus stoppage time. As Barcelona grapple with injury, this is set up for another thriller, and Celta Vigo can come away with points.
Barcelona have put a recent run of poor form behind them and will look to improve on that when they host Celta Vigo in La Liga on Tuesday night.
The Catalan giants have emerged from defeats to Eintracht Frankfurt and Cadiz to win three of their last four games, though a home loss to Rayo Vallecano has blemished that record somewhat.
They will face a Celta side firmly entrenched in mid-table obscurity, though Eduardo Coudet's side could still come ninth if they finish the season positively.
After confirming a Champions League place against Betis, Barça now host Celta as they look to secure the final mission of the season, a place in the Spanish Super Cup. It's a 9.30pm CEST kick-off local time, and this page will help you to work out what time that will be where you are in the world.
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