FC Barcelona – Real Betis has been an exciting fixture in recent years. This season, Betis finds itself above Barça in the La Liga table after a great run as Barça looks to continue its unbeaten run under Xavi.
FC Barcelona won 4-0 against Athletic Club in the Copa Del Rey final last season (Image credits: Pablo Morano/Getty Images) FC Barcelona's first game of the season ended in a commendable 4-2 victory over Real Sociedad at the Camp Nou last week. The Blaugrana will now fly to the Basque Country to face Athletic Club which perhaps will be their first away fixture of this season. Athletic Club will host FC Barcelona at San Mamés tonight. The game will kick off at 10.00 pm CEST local time. Koeman has called up a 23-man-squad, consisting of the same set of players who played the last match against Real last week. Ter Stegen & Coutinho did train with the first team but still need
FC Barcelona won 3-0 against RC Celta de Vigo in their last match (Image credits: Octavio Passos/Getty Images) Barça host Celta de Vigo at Camp Nou tomorrow, in what will be the last home game of this season for the Blaugranas. I hate to admit it, but Barça’s away form has been far superior to their home games throughout the La Liga campaign, where they’ve dropped endless points with silly mistakes majorly at the back this season. The official squad for the game hasn’t been announced yet but with major issues in the defence & midfield especially after Barça’s last match, it would be interesting to see how Koeman lines up the starting XI tomorrow. I personally feel he should opt for
Barça won 1-0 over Levante UD after a late Lionel Messi goal in the final minutes of the game (Image credits: Reuters/Albert Gea) Barça faces Levante UD tonight in an away fixture at the Ciutat de València stadium with just three more games remaining to decide their title’s fate in the coming weeks. FC Barcelona drew against Atlético Madrid (losing those crucial 2 points), in what was touted to be a title-defining fixture last weekend. But after their arch-rivals Madrid followed a similar result against Sevilla drawing 2-2 at the Alfredo De Stefano the very next day, the title race again looks intact for these three teams which will now move ahead into the final phase of the La Liga campaign. Now, practically,
Barça struggled to secure a win against Atlético Madrid, losing 1-0 in their last meeting (Image courtesy: FC Barcelona) FC Barcelona will host Atlético Madrid at the Camp Now today, which undoubtedly has to be the most important fixture for both the sides. A win tonight can help Barça clench those three points & move top at the summit of the La Liga Points table & keep the title race running in close proximity. Koeman has done a commendable job in managing the Catalans, in helping them regain their composure back from a hopeless start to their La Liga campaign last year. Unfortunately, following the 2 match-ban he had received in the Granada match two weeks back, the dutch manager won’t be
Barça drew 2-2 against Valencia in their last match (Image credits: Lluis Gene/Getty Images) FC Barcelona faces Valencia CF at the Mestalla Stadium on Sunday, tonight, in what seems to be a "must-win" fixture for the Catalans after their tragic, yet unnecessary 2-1 loss to Granada, in La Liga this week. The disappointment against Granada was brutal not just for us cules, but it also left a devastating effect on the players mentally to see through the campaign ahead. Since then, Real & Atlético Madrid have both pounced back securing their three points respectively which now deems tonight’s Valencia fixture to be extremely crucial for Barça if they want to thrive in the title race ahead. Koeman’s 23-man squad has travelled to Mestalla