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Barcelona vs Levante: how and where to watch - times, TV, online

All the information you need on how to watch FC Barcelona play Levante in match-day 7 of the 2021/22 LaLiga season at Camp Nou on Sunday 26, September.

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FC Barcelona fans were given a shot in the arm today with the news that Ansu Fati is back in the first team squad ahead of Sunday's home game against Levante UD. The teenager has not played since November 2020 after sustaining a serious knee injury.

"It's really important to have Fati back, for himself because he has been out injured for many months," Koeman told a news conference.

"We have a plan to recover him, to get him in his best shape, so he will have to get minutes little by little and the plan is that he will play around 15 minutes maximum [on Sunday].

"There is a long way to go before he is as sharp as he has been. He does not recover in two games or in two weeks. We have to help him. The most important thing is that he recovers.

Koeman pressure

Barça go into Sunday's game on the back of two draws and more alarming for Cùles is the disappointing performances with Dutch coach Ronald Koeman appears to be living on borrowed time on the Camp Nou bench.

Earlier this week after the 0-0 draw away at Cádiz, an almost inexcusable result even for a Messi-less Barça, Sergi Roberto was defiant when asked about Koeman’s comments in the post-game interview.

“Here you have to win LaLiga. For me it’s not worth finishing in the top four. We are Barça and this is no excuse. We have to do our best and we have a squad to fight for LaLiga,” said the 29-year-old midfielder, one of the leaders in the Camp Nou dressing room.

Soccer Football - LaLiga - Cadiz v FC Barcelona - Estadio Nuevo Mirandilla, Cadiz, Spain - September 23, 2021 FC Barcelona coach Ronald Koeman REUTERS/Marcelo Del Pozo
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Soccer Football - LaLiga - Cadiz v FC Barcelona - Estadio Nuevo Mirandilla, Cadiz, Spain - September 23, 2021 FC Barcelona coach Ronald Koeman REUTERS/Marcelo Del PozoMARCELO DEL POZOREUTERS

Levante winless

The side from Valencia head to Camp Nou still to record a victory after six games of the 2021/22 season and Levante boss Paco Lopez will be encouraged bu his team's recent displays in the Catalan capital where just one goal has separated the sides. Levante will look to bounce back from the midweek home defeat at the hands of Celta and Lopez admits that his side are eager to adrees the loss by playing at Camp Nou.

What time does Barcelona-Levante kick-off?

The LaLiga 2020/21 matchday seven clash between Barcelona and Levante at Camp Nou kicks off at the local time of 4:15 pm (CEST).

US ET: 10:15

US PT: 07:15

UK: 3:15 pm

For everywhere else in the world, you can check here to see what time the Barcelona-Levante match gets underway.

Where can I watch Barcelona-Levante?

If the Barcelona-Levante match is available in your country, you can check here to see what channels or platforms will be showing the game.

United States: ESPN3, ESPN Deportes, ESPN Deportes, ESPN+

United Kingdom: LaLigaTV

Is the Barcelona-Levante game available online?

The Camp Nou clash is available in most nations through the rights holders' online platform, if they have one. The best option is to check who is showing the game in your country and if they have an online service or iOS/Android app to watch it on.

Barcelona-Levante live on AS English

You can also follow our live text commentary here on AS English. We will be building up to the match an hour or so from kick-off before giving you a minute-by-minute account from Camp Nou as the action unfolds.


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