Granada vs. Barcelona live La Liga live, TV channel, prediction
NAME: Granada – Barcelona
DATE: 8 Oct 2023
TIME: 19:00 UTC
VENUE: Estadio Nuevo Los Carmenes, Granada, Spain
Granada is going head to head with Barcelona starting on 8 Oct 2023 at 19:00 UTC at Estadio Nuevo Los Carmenes stadium, Granada city, Spain. The match is a part of the LaLiga.
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The No. 2 scoring team in LaLiga, FC Barcelona (19 goals), visits Granada CF, which has given up 21, at 3:00 PM ET on Sunday. Stream the match on ESPN+.
Barcelona picked up a win on October 4 against FC Porto with a final score of 1-0. Barcelona took one more shot in the game, 15 to 14.
Granada drew against UD Almeria 3-3 on the road in its most recent game on October 1, outshooting UD Almeria 14 to 12. Ricard Sanchez, Myrto Uzuni and Bryan Zaragoza Martinez topped Granada with a goal apiece.
Barcelona are targeting a third consecutive victory across all competitions when they face Granada on Sunday. Xavi’s men are the visitors at Nuevo Estadio de Los Carmenes against the club second from bottom in La Liga. Barca just beat Porto in the UEFA Champions League and trail Real Madrid by one point coming into this weekend’s games. Granada although struggling for domestic form are unbeaten in three against the Catalan giants in the league. Robert Lewandowski is likely to be out of action for a couple of weeks after picking up an injury in midweek so Barca could be lighter in attack than expected.
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Granada: Jesus Vallejo is out injured but Lucas Boye and Myrto Uzuni should be ready to continue in attack. Antonio Puertas could drop out to hand Uzuni the start while Granada-born veteran Jose Callejon is also likely to start.
Potential Granada XI: Ferreira; Sanchez, Miquel, Torrente, Neva; Callejon, Ruiz, Gumbau, Zaragoza; Uzuni, Boye.
Barcelona: Lewandowski is injured so Ferran Torres should come in although Raphinha, Frenkie de Jong and Pedri are also out. Fermin Lopez could start with Andreas Christensen kept out at the back by Ronald Araujo. Lamine Yamal and Joao Felix should continue out wide after the Porto win.
Potential Barcelona XI: Ter Stegen; Cancelo, Kounde, Araujo, Balde; Fermin, Romeu, Gavi; Yamal, Torres, Felix.
Lewandowski or no Lewandowski this is an ideal final game pre-international break for Barca which they should be able to take advantage of. Granada usually give Xavi’s side a good game but the Blaugrana should be fine here. Pick: Granada 0, Barcelona 2.