Azulgranas and chés meet this Sunday in the ninth day of LaLiga in a highly demanding match, especially for those from Barcelona after losing to Benfica (3-0) and Atlético de Madrid (2-0) before the break of selections.
FC Barcelona and Valencia will have their 200th confrontation in a duel historically dominated at the level of victories (93 vs 55) by the Catalans and where there have been 51 draws. In Can Barça there have been 57 local triumphs, 17 visitors and 26 tables, the latter being the most recent result between the two on that stage.
On which TV channel can I watch FC Barcelona – Valencia?
On Spain It can be seen on Movistar LaLiga from 9:00 p.m.
On Mexico It can be seen on Sky HD from 2:00 p.m.
On Ecuador, Colombia and Peru It will be at 2:00 p.m.
On chili and Venezuela It will be at 3:00 p.m.
On Argentina at 4:00 p.m.
On The Angels at 12:00 and on New York at 3:00 p.m.
Broadcast data for Latin America is not yet available.
How can I follow the streaming of FC Barcelona – Valencia?
On Spain It can be followed on the Movistar + application and website.
On Mexico it can be followed on Blue To Go Video Everywhere.
On Latin America no diffusion data yet.
On USA It can be followed on ESPN +.
Where will the FC Barcelona – Valencia be held?
The scene of the meeting will be a Camp Nou that its 99,354 spectators will already be able to enjoy after the Generalitat de Catalunya has decided to leave behind the outdoor capacity restrictions.
What was the last result between FC Barcelona and Valencia?
The last confrontation between both teams was on May 2, 2021, on matchday 34 of the previous LaLiga edition. On that occasion there was a Barça triumph (2-3) at Mestalla with a double from Lionel Messi and a goal from Antoine Griezmann interspersed between Gabriel Paulista and Carlos Soler, who opened and closed the scoring, respectively.
The Catalans occupy the ninth position after seven games, pending the visit to Seville, being five points from the top of the table. They come from losing against a direct rival and they need to recover positive feelings before their stadium, which will again be full.
Ronald Koeman received full credit from the board before that loss, knowing that he would keep the job regardless of the outcome. The sense of urgency is still present, especially in the Champions League.
The Dutch coach will not be able to count on Ronald Araújo, Moussa Wagué, Pedri González, Ousmane Dembélé or Martin Braithwaite.
The chés Nor are they going through a good time after four consecutive games without knowing victory in LaLiga, with two losses and two draws, which is why they occupy eighth place in the standings.
The initial results dynamics of José Bordalás’ project, which started with three wins in four games, has been weighed down since the comeback suffered against Real Madrid in the final moments, something that seems to have been a hard emotional blow.
The Spanish coach will not have José Gayà, Thierry Correia or Carlos Soler available for the match.
FC BARCELONA (1-4-3-3)
Marc-André Ter Stegen – Jordi Alba, Eric García, Gerard Piqué, Sergiño Dest – Sergio Busquets, Frenkie De Jong, Pablo Páez “Gavi” – Ansu Fati, Luuk De Jong, Memphis Depay
Jasper Cillessen – Toni Lato, Omar Alderete, Gabriel Paulista, Dimitri Foulquier – Hugo Duro, Hugo Guillamón, Daniel Wass, Yunus Musah – Maxi Gómez, Gonçalo Guedes
The expected game script is a compact Valencian team behind, waiting for their opportunities from the counterattack and with the figure of Gonçalo Guedes as their main weapon, given that they can exploit the two local centers in speed. The Catalans will have to watch the losses and, if they commit them, assess whether a high pressure or an instantaneous withdrawal is more effective.
Prediction: FC Barcelona 3-2 Valencia