10/01/2020 - 16:12
Barcelona, with Lionel Messi as the starter, visits Celta this Thursday in a match corresponding to the fourth date of the Spanish League.
The duel at the Balaídos stadium in Vigo, where the Catalan team has not won since 2015, will begin at 4.30 p.m. and will be broadcast on ESPN 2.
This will be the second game in the League of the cast led by the Dutch Ronald Koeman, who postponed his duels corresponding to the first two dates against Elche and Athletic Bilbao (he will only play them next year) and on Sunday he debuted with a 4 th 0 against Villarreal at the Camp Nou.
Meanwhile, Celta remains undefeated in the tournament: they won a home win (2 to 1 against Valencia) and two draws as a visitor (against Eibar and Valladolid).
A victory would allow him to rise to the top of the standings, which Getafe, Real Madrid, Valencia and Villarreal share so far.
Barcelona debuted in the Spanish League with a comfortable victory against Villarreal.
(Photo: Joan Monfort / AP)
The fourth date of the League began to be played on Tuesday, when Valencia defeated Real Sociedad 1-0 as a visitor and Getafe thrashed Betis 3-0.
On Wednesday, Real Madrid beat Valladolid 1-0, Villarreal beat Alavés 3-1, Jorge Almirón's Elche defeated Eibar 1-0 away and Diego Simeone's Atlético de Madrid equalized 0-0 with Huesca.
On Thursday, Sevilla defeated Levante 1-0 and Cádiz won 1-0 away against Athletic Bilbao.
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