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Barcelona vs Girona: how to watch on TV, stream online, La Liga Santander

Everything you need to know as Xavi Hernandez’s men host Girona at Camp Nou on Monday, 10 April, with kick-off set for 3:30pm ET.

Supporters arrive for the Copa del Rey (King's Cup) semi-final second leg football match between FC Barcelona and Real Madrid CF at the Camp Nou stadium in Barcelona on April 5, 2023. (Photo by Pau BARRENA / AFP)

Last weekend league leaders Barcelona travelled to Elche and reasserted their title credentials with a comfortable 4-0 win. There was a brace for top scorer Robert Lewandowski, as well as one goal apiece for Ferran Torres and Ansu Fati.

Barcelona have undoubtedly been the most consistent force in La Liga this season but Girona, their opponents next Monday, have been perhaps the most entertaining. Here’s how you can follow all the action live from Camp Nou...

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When does Barcelona vs Girona start?

The game between Barcelona and Girona starts on Monday, 10 April, 2023 at the following times:

  • 3:30pm ET
  • 12:30pm PT

How to watch Barcelona vs Girona?

  • TV: ESPN Deportes, ESPN+
  • Stream: FuboTV

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Barcelona vs Girona preview


For all the off-pitch turmoil, Barcelona’s performances this year have been a model of consistency and good sense. The side is on course to beat the previous La Liga record for clean sheets set in 1993/94 and currently boasts a 12-point lead over Real Madrid in the table.

The only disappointment for the Catalan club has been the early exits in European competition, but that does allow head coach Xavi to concentrate on domestic matters for the remainder of the campaign. After waiting four years for a Spanish league title Barcelona will want to wrap up the season in style by continuing to perform to the very end.


Fellow Catalan side Girona were promoted to La Liga through the play-offs last season having finished sixth in the second tier. They could well have been expected to struggle in the top flight but their swashbuckling style of play has won them both matches and admirers. They have scored and conceded a combined 84 goals in 27 La Liga outings this season, the most of any La Liga side, and will look to take the game to Barcelona on next Monday.

Ukrainian winger Viktor Tsygankov has caught the eye since his January switch from Dynamo Kyiv and he is currently averaging a goal roughly every 90 minutes in Spain.

Barcelona vs Girona prediction

This Catalan derby brings together two diametrically opposed sides in a fascinating encounter. The elite talent and misery defence makes Barcelona the clear favourites but Girona have been involved in a number of chaotic games this season: a 6-2 win against Almeria; a 3-5 loss to Real Sociedad. Expect a Barca win, but expect goals.

Prediction: Barcelona 4-2 Girona


Table Pts. P W D L
1 71 27 23 2 2
2 59 27 18 5 4
3 54 27 16 6 5
4 48 27 14 6 7
5 45 27 13 6 8
Table Pts. P W D L
9 35 27 9 8 10
10 35 27 9 8 10
11 34 27 9 7 11
12 33 27 9 6 12
13 31 27 8 7 12
Total goals scored
Total goalkeeper saves
Shot assist
Fouls committed
Fouls received
Total number of red cards receive from both 2nd yellows and straight reds
Player receives a yellow card for an infringement
Recoveries of possession
Passes per game

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