Barcelona v Rayo Vallecano Live Stream Schedule and team news from Nou Camp in La Liga

Latest Barcelona v Rayo Vallecano live streaming schedule to watch from La Liga, plus team news from the game at the Nou Camp tonight (KO 19:00GMT).

Barcelona will look to maintain their narrow lead at the top of La Liga when they take on Real Vallecano at the Nou Camp on Saturday.


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The Catalan side moved top of the table last weekend as they beat Seville 4-1 to capitalise on Atletico’s surprise defeat to Almeria.

Tata Martinez side boast a marginally better goal difference then their rivals and they will be boosted further this weekend with the potential return of Neymar.

The Brazilian forward has been out of action with an ankle injury since the middle of January but is poised to return this weekend.

With Lionel Messi also returning to form, the duo are back in contention for Barcelona at exactly the right time as we enter the business end of the season.

Messi scored midweek against Real Sociedad midweek as the club sealed their in the Cope del Rey final where they will play fierce rivals Real Madrid.

Before all that however, and a mouth-watering Champions league tie with Manchester City, comes the clash with Vallecano.

19th place Vallecano are fighting for their lives. The club are currently second bottom on 20 points, four points from safety. The club will been buoyed by their 4-1 win over Malaga last time out, only the second time they had won in their last 10 games.

The club are set to hand a debut to former West Ham defender Razvan Rat after he completed a free transfer on Thursday while Jonathan Veira is a doubt.

While Neymar will be assessed before the game, Barcelona will definitely be without Jonathan dos Santos but will welcome back Carlos Puyol, Javier Mascherano and Jordi Alba.

Should Messi score against a defence that has already conceded a division high 52 goals this season he will take the record for the most goals scored for a single club in Spain.

The Argentine went level with Athletic Bilbao’s Telmo Zarra midweek with his goal in the 1-1 with Sociedad, the 335th time he has scored in the red and blue of Barcelona.

The 26 year old will fancy his chances on Saturday as he has a good record against Vallecano netting 7 times in the last 5 games between the two sides.

Barcelona have won the last six meetings between the two sides their most success coming in a 4-0 win earlier in the season.

Trevor Keane is an Irish based sports writer and the author of Gaffers, 50 years of Irish Managers and Running through Walls, the Dave Langan Story.