Valencia vs Barcelona: how and where to watch
All the information you need on how and where to watch Valencia and Barcelona's 2019/20 LaLiga week 21 clash at Mestalla on Saturday.
Valencia vs Barcelona: LaLiga preview
Having narrowly beaten Granada in Quique Setién's first game in charge last weekend, leaders Barcelona visit Valencia in LaLiga fresh from an almighty Copa del Rey scare at lowly Ibiza, where they needed a late Antoine Griezmann double to earn a come-from-behind win and avert a major upset on Wednesday.
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After also progressing in the Copa in midweek, meanwhile, seventh-placed Valencia host the Blaugrana looking to cut the four-point gap separating them from the Champions League spots - and bounce back from a 4-1 defeat to Real Mallorca last time out in LaLiga.
What time does Valencia vs Barcelona kick off?
The 2019/20 LaLiga week 21 fixture between Valencia and Barcelona will kick off at Mestalla, Valencia, on Saturday 25 January 2020 at the local time of 16:00.
That's 15:00 in the UK, 10:00 in New York, 9:00 in Dallas and 7:00 in LA.
Find out here what time the game gets underway where you are in the world.
How can I watch Valencia vs Barcelona?
In Spain and the United States, the following television channels and online services will be broadcasting the Valencia vs Barcelona game:
Spain: Movistar+, Mitele Plus, Movistar Laliga
US: beIN SPORTS, beIN SPORTS en Español, Fanatiz USA, beIN SPORTS CONNECT
In the United Kingdom, the 15:00 'black-out' rule means the match cannot be shown live in the country.
If you're elsewhere in the world, you can check out how you can tune in to the match here.
Valencia vs Barcelona live on AS English
You can also follow the action at Mestalla with our very own inimitable live coverage, right here on AS English.
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