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- Updated: August 26, 2012
Barcelona will be looking for revenge this weekend when they take on Osasuna as Bet365 announce new live streaming service on the European football action.
This should be aa fascinating La Liga contest on Sunday evening.
The Spanish giants were on the receiving end of a 3-2 defeat at Osasuna last season and this definitely played its part in them losing their league title to Real Madrid.
It was a result that came during a stuttering spell of form by their standards. Make no mistake about it – it hurt. They will want to avoid the same fate this weekend as they aim to make it two wins from as many games at the start of La Liga.
They already have the upper hand on Madrid of course. Not only did they win their opening game comfortably and the reigning Champions lose theirs, but it was Barcelona that came out on top in the first-leg of the Super Cup tie between the two top teams in Spain.
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Despite falling behind, Barcelona won 3-2 and they will take plenty of confidence from this into Sunday evening’s encounter. Three points would certainly complete a very productive week for Tito Vilanova’s men.
As for Osasuna, they will take heart from the win over Barcelona last season, but at the back of the minds will wonder whether it can be repeated.
In terms of their start to the campaign, they were on the receiving end of a 2-0 defeat to Deportivo, so they need to improve massively on Sunday evening. The home crowd will help, but the players need to be on top of their game too.
With a 7th place finish to live up to from last season, Osasuna need to compete with Barcelona at the very least. It is then something they can take into the very important opening few weeks of the new season.
This one gets underway at 6pm on Sunday evening.