Barcelona vs Ferencváros: How and where to watch - times, tv, online
All the information you need on how, when and where to watch the Champions League Group G clash between Barcelona and Ferencváros on Tuesday, 20 October.
Barcelona will be hotly tipped to get their Champions League campaign off to a winning start when they face Hungarian outfit Ferencváros in their Group G opener at Camp Nou on Tuesday.
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El Blaugrana have not lost a home fixture in Europe’s premier competition since a 2-1 defeat to Rubin Kazan in 2009 under Pep Guardiola, and it is hard to conceive group minnows Ferencváros bringing that 11-year unbeaten run (27 wins, 4 draws) to an end.
With one eye on next Saturday’s Clásico against Real Madrid, Barça coach Ronald Koeman will be expected to name a weakened XI, meaning regulars like Sergio Busquets, Gerard Pique, Sergi Roberto, Antoine Griezmann and Leo Messi could all start on the bench. The Dutch manager will be without Samuel Umtiti, Jordi Alba and first-choice keep Marc-Andre Ter Stegen, all of whom are absent through injury.
Ferencváros coach Serhiy Rebrov will have a full-strength squad to choose from as the Hungarian club prepares for its first Champions League fixture since 1995/96, when they lost all six of their group games.
What time does the Barcelona vs Ferencváros match start?
The 2020/2021 Champions League Group G match between Barcelona and Ferencváros will be played at Camp Nou, Barcelona on Tuesday 20 October, 2020, kicking off at the local time of 21:00 CEST.
Where can I watch Barcelona vs Ferencváros?
If the match is available in your region, you can see here what channel and/or online platforms will show the Barcelona vs Ferencváros match.
United Kingdom: BT Sport App, BTSport.com, BT Sport ESPN
United States: ZonaFutbol, TUDN Radio, TUDN.com, Univision NOW, TUDNxtra, CBS All Access, TUDN App, UniMás, TUDN USA
Barcelona vs Ferencváros: AS English live coverage
You can also follow all the action from Camp Nou right here on AS English, with our inimitable live coverage. We will be building up to the match throughout the day before giving you a minute-by-minute account as it unfolds.
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