Barcelona vs Celta Vigo Live Stream, Match Preview, Team News : Latest from Nou Camp
Its Barcelona v Celta Viga from La Liga tonight with live streaming available, plus team news and match odds from the Nou Camp (KO 19:00).
Barcelona will be out to bounce back from their El Clasico defeat to Real Madrid when they take on Celta Vigo on Saturday.
The game at the Bernabeu saw Luis Enrique’s side lose their first league game of the season, not to mention concede their first goals as Real responded to an early goal from Neymar to score three of their own without further reply.
Despite the defeat Barcelona stayed top although there was implications as Real moved ominously into contention, a point behind in third spot.
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Saturday’s clash with Celta will see Luis Suarez make his home debut. The forward impressed with an assist last weekend and he will be keen to push on this weekend having once again impressed in the inaugural Catalan Super Cup clash with Espanyol midweek. The forward claimed another assist in the penalty shootout win.
The game will also see Enrique reunited with the team he managed last season. The new Barcelona manager spent 12 months with the club before moving to his spiritual footballing home.
“The team was in absolute control of the game. I was very pleased with their attitude and the way they tried to go for the game” Enrique said after the Espanyol game.
“Matches like these help to get the players into the rhythm of playing games and becoming more important to the team.
“The squad have clearly forgotten the situation last week and we’re now focusing on the game with Celta on Saturday.”
The club will be without Adriano and Douglas for their game while their opponents will have to plan without Andreu Fontas (knee), Augusto Fernandez (calf) and Borja Oubina (knee).
Celta are currently 6th in the table, just six points off Barcelona after winning three of their last five games.