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Sevilla vs. Barcelona: Live stream, TV channel, kick-off time and team news for Copa Del Rey match. Sam Street. 7:47, 3 Mar 2021; Updated: 7:47, 3 Mar …
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Sevilla vs. Barcelona: Copa del Rey live stream, TV channel, how to watch online, news, odds

Barca are down 2-0 after the first leg

Roger Gonzalez

By Roger Gonzalez

Here’s how you can watch the game.

Sevilla: It’s going to have to be much better than last time out. While they dominated the first leg, the league encounter this past weekend saw Sevilla struggle. They put just two shots on goal, were sloppy in their tackling and didn’t get forward nearly enough. They will aim to protect their lead, but by welcoming the Barca attack by sitting back, they could be playing with fire. Keep an eye on how they approach the match in the first 15 minutes, as it will tell us everything we need to know about how they are approaching the contest.
Prediction

Barca get a late goal to force extra time, and Messi’s magic in the added period sees Barca through by the skin of their teeth. Pick: Barcelona 3, Sevilla 0 (AET)

Barcelona have won the Copa del Rey a record 30 times but Ronald Koeman’s men have a lot to do if they are to progress to the final, where one of Levante or Athletic Bilbao await, as they trail 2-0 from the first leg. Jules Kounde’s superb individual effort and a late strike from former Barcelona star, Ivan Rakitic, earned Sevilla a big victory in the reverse tie earlier in February at the Ramon Sanchez-Pizjuan Stadium.

Barcelona reached the semi-finals of the Copa del Rey with hard-fought wins over Cornella, Rayo Vallecano and Granada. Sevilla, on the other hand, are yet to concede a single goal in the Copa del Rey this season, with 12 goals to their name in six games so far.

Barcelona are currently second in the LaLiga standings, five points behind league leaders Atletico Madrid. Lionel Messi & co. have now gone 15 league games in a row without defeat. The Catalan outfit will also take confidence from the fact that its players beat Sevilla 2-0 over the weekend, with the hope that they can still change the outcome of the tie.

Sevilla coach Julen Lopetegui, however, will be worried over his team’s recent form as Barcelona snapped Sevilla’s six-game unbeaten streak in the league over the weekend, while Dortmund beat Los Nervionenses in their UCL first-leg game as well last month.

Barcelona’s best chance at a trophy this season may just be in the Copa del Rey, but if they want to make the final, they are going to need another big-time performance against Sevilla when the two meet on Wednesday in the semifinal second leg. Barca lost the first leg 2-0, but a 2-0 win over Sevilla in La Liga last weekend has Ronald Koeman’s side feeling good entering this one.

Here’s how you can watch the match and what to know:
Viewing information

Date: Wednesday, March 3 | Time: 3 p.m. ET
Location: Camp Nou — Barcelona, Spain
TV and live stream: ESPN+
Odds: Barcelona -187; Draw +320; Sevilla +480 (via William Hill Sportsbook)
Storylines

Barcelona: An uphill battle for sure, this is still something this Barca side is more than capable of overturning. The defense must be at its best. Barca will get their chances, and let’s remember that Lionel Messi has scored more goals against Sevilla than any other club in his career. Expect a fast pace, for Barca to start face and for this one to come down to the wire.

Sevilla: It’s going to have to be much better than last. time out. While they dominated the first leg, the league encounter this past weekend saw Sevilla struggle. They put just two shots on goal, were sloppy in their tackling and didn’t get forward nearly enough. They will aim to protect their lead, but by welcoming the Barca attack by sitting back, they could be playing with fire. Keep an eye on how they approach the match in the first 15 minutes, as it will tell us everything we need to know about how they are approaching the contest.
Prediction

Barca get a late goal to force extra time, and Messi’s magic in the added period sees Barca through by the skin of their teeth. Pick: Barcelona 3, Sevilla 0 (AET)

Barcelona have won the Copa del Rey a record 30 times but Ronald Koeman’s men have a lot to do if they are to progress to the final, where one of Levante or Athletic Bilbao await, as they trail 2-0 from the first leg. Jules Kounde’s superb individual effort and a late strike from former Barcelona star, Ivan Rakitic, earned Sevilla a big victory in the reverse tie earlier in February at the Ramon Sanchez-Pizjuan Stadium.

Barcelona reached the semi-finals of the Copa del Rey with hard-fought wins over Cornella, Rayo Vallecano and Granada. Sevilla, on the other hand, are yet to concede a single goal in the Copa del Rey this season, with 12 goals to their name in six games so far.

Barcelona are currently second in the LaLiga standings, five points behind league leaders Atletico Madrid. Lionel Messi & co. have now gone 15 league games in a row without defeat. The Catalan outfit will also take confidence from the fact that its players beat Sevilla 2-0 over the weekend, with the hope that they can still change the outcome of the tie.

Sevilla coach Julen Lopetegui, however, will be worried over his team’s recent form as Barcelona snapped Sevilla’s six-game unbeaten streak in the league over the weekend, while Dortmund beat Los Nervionenses in their UCL first-leg game as well last month.