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Barcelona v Celta de Vigo: Watch a Live Stream of the La Liga match
Barcalona are back in action at the Nou Camp after beating arch rivals Real Madrid a few days ago in Madrid to blow the title race back open in Spain.
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Barcelona’s stunning El Clasico win will breathe new life into their title defence. After a Lionel Messi hattrick brought Real Madrid to their knees, Barca are confident that they can win the title race from their position now. Midfielder Sergio Busquets said: “They (Real) are a direct rival and if we had lost we would have been very far from the top of the table, To win La Liga we have to win all the games we have left. We’re strong at home and we need to be more consistent on the road.”
Barca captain Carles Puyol remains in doubt for the game, while Jonathan dos Santos and Isaac Cuenca are the only other injuries.
Celta are 12th in the league but just six points clear of the relegation zone. Celta won their last match but have not been in good form otherwise. Manager and Barca legend Luis Enrique will hope that his team can rise to the occasion at the Nou Camp and cause an upset.
Celta will have defenders Gustavo Cabral and Jon Aurtenetxe back from injury and suspension respectively.
- Updated: March 25, 2014