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Live football streaming: Watch Barcelona v Cordoba in the Copa del Rey
- January 9, 2013
It should be a night of celebration at the Nou Camp on Thursday evening as Lionel Messi returns home having won an unprecedented fourth Ballon d’Or. Barcelona host Cordoba at 20.30 UK time on January 10, 2012.
So how can you watch Barcelona v Cordoba on our live video streaming service?
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Messi has been included in the Barcelona squad but is unlikely to start with Barcelona 2-0 up from the first leg played just under a month ago where the Argentine sensation claimed a brace.
Andres Iniesta, Xavi, Gerard Pique and Pedro have been rested for the home clash with Cordoba, giving the likes of Thiago Alcantara and Cesc Fabregas an opportunity in midfield whilst David Villa, Alexis Sanchez and Cristian Tello are tipped to start up front.
Coach Tito Vilanova will not be present having reportedly travelled to New York to seek a second medical opinion after an operation for cancer of the salivary gland.
For Cordoba, this is pretty much Mission Impossible. They sit 12th in the Segunda Division and to score at least two goals at the Nou Camp against the runaway leaders of La Liga looks like a massive mountain to climb.
Barcelona assistant coach Jordi Roura, somewhat predictably, thinks otherwise: “Although it might seem as though the qualifier is resolved, there are some very recent examples of the difficulty of this kind of match.”