Ronald Koeman takes his Barcelona side to Celta Vigo on Thursday evening, with both sides looking to continue their unbeaten starts to the new campaign.
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How to Watch Celta Vigo v Barcelona stream on TV?
Unfortunately the game available to watch on Sky Sports tonight. However viewers can bet in play on the game with Bet365 tonight, who have online commentary and have a live streaming feed of the match, as detailed above.
Is Celta Vigo v Barcelona on Sky?
No. The match is not live streaming on Sky Sports tonight.
What time does Celta Vigo v Barcelona kickoff?
The match kicks off at 20:30 at Estadio de Balaídos on Thursday 1st October 2020.
Much of the talk around the entire La Liga has focused on Lionel Messi’s future, but the Argentine looks set to stay at the Nou Camp for now.
He was key to their opening day win against Villarreal, scoring a penalty in the 4-0 victory. Youngster Ansu Fati, however, stole the headlines with two early goals, with an own goal from Pau Torres giving Barca a fourth.
But Celta Vigo have also enjoyed a strong start to the season. They’ve won one and drawn two of their three league games, beating Valencia 2-1 at home and drawing 0-0 and 1-1 at Eibar and Real Valladolid respectively.
A home win on Thursday has been given odds of 4/7, with an away victory available at 11/2.
And it’s currently 21/5 for Celta to leave Barcelona with a point.
The underdogs can certainly take at least some confidence from their 2-2 home draw with Barca last season. But it was a different story away from home, where Lionel Messi ran riot in a 4-1 victory.
Another 2-2 stalemate can be backed at 16/1, with a repeat of the 4-1 scoreline currently 20/1.
Celta manager Oscar may feel that his opponents have been slightly weakened by the sale of Luis Suarez, who scored both goals in the draw last season.
But Fati has shown that he is more than capable of stepping up to the plate. And with Antoine Griezmann and Messi also in attack, it certainly looks like an uphill task in trying to keep them at bay.
Celta are 7/1 to keep a clean sheet, with Barca available at 6/4 to keep back-to-back clean sheets.
But the visitors have attacking talents of their own in the form of Emre Mor and Nolito. But with three league goals to his name already this season, former Liverpool striker will undoubtedly be the one to watch.
Fati is currently 11/2 to score first, with Messi and Griezmann available at 14/5 and 6/1 respectively.
Mor has been given odds of 19/1 to score the game’s opener, with Nolito currently 13/1 and Aspas currently 8/1.