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With practically no options to be champion of the Spanish league, Barcelona will close the season at home, against Celta de Vigo, who will continue without the Peruvian midfielder Renato Tapia, due to a muscle injury.
Barcelona vs. Celta de Vigo: probable alignments
Barcelona: Ter Stegen, Piqué, Araujo, Lenglet; Dembélé, Sergio Busquets, Ilaix Moriba, Pedri, Jordi Alba, Griezmann and Messi. DT: Ronald Koeman.
Celta de Vigo: Iván Villar, Kevin, Aidoo, Araujo, Aarón Martín, Beltrán; Brais Méndez, Denis Suárez, Nolito, Iago Aspas and Mina. DT: Eduardo Coudet.
Barcelona vs. Celta de Vigo: match times Mexico – 11:30 am Peru – 11:30 am Ecuador – 11:30 am Colombia – 11:30 am Bolivia – 12:30 pm Venezuela – 12:30 pm Paraguay – 12:30 pm Chile – 12:30 pm Argentina – 1: 30 pm Uruguay – 1:30 pm Brazil – 1:30 pm Spain – 6:30 pm Barcelona vs. Celta de Vigo: TV channels
The official transmission of the game will be in charge of ESPN, Movistar +, Mitele Plus and Movistar Laliga 2. To watch live football like this game, you have different alternatives for streaming service and TV channels. Likewise, you will be able to follow the minute by minute, statistics, incidents, goals, interviews and results of the match through the El Comercio website.
Barcelona vs. Celta de Vigo: previous
Atlético de Madrid, the leader, is already four points behind and Real Madrid two with only six left to play, but Barcelona does not want to end with a bad taste in the mouth of a season in which it was destined not to lift titles and ended up winning the Copa del Rey and making a remarkable second round in LaLiga.
The last two days of the League will be played on a unified schedule and this fact will not allow Barcelona to put pressure on the rivals with a victory, an opportunity that it did have last Tuesday, but wasted when drawing three against Levante. The subsequent triumphs of Atlético de Madrid and Real Madrid made the situation even more complicated.
In addition, at Ciudad de Valancia, Barça player Sergi Roberto suffered from his injury to the rectus femoris of the right thigh and it is practically ruled out that he will step on a pitch again this season.
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The central defender Óscar Mingueza will also be out against Celta de Vigo, who has joined the dynamics of the subsidiary to face the promotion of promotion to Second Division A. This Sunday Barça B will play the semifinals against UCAM Murcia at the Vicente Municipal Stadium Sanz de Don Benito.
Another footballer who was about to attend García Pimienta’s appointment is midfielder Ilaix Moriba, but finally the loss of Frenkie de Jong due to the accumulation of cards forced Koeman to keep him in the first team. The rest of the casualties against the Galician team will be the long-term injured Ansu Fati and Phillipe Coutinho.
Celta de Vigo, meanwhile, needs to win and for Betis or Villarreal to click in their respective matches against Huesca and Sevilla to reach the last day with options to fight for a European place.
The team led by Eduardo Coudet travels to Barcelona in their best moment of the season after chaining four consecutive victories, led by the great moment in a way that Brais Méndez, Denis Suárez and Nolito go through.
Celta de Vigo arrives just on gasoline and short of troops at the end of the course. Without two of its pillars, the Colombian defender Jeison Murillo and the Peruvian midfielder Renato Tapia, the second row has responded to the demand, especially the U21 international Fran Beltrán, who has claimed himself as a defensive midfielder.
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