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Live football streaming: Watch Barcelona v Sevilla in La Liga
Barcelona will be looking to bounce back at the Nou Camp against Sevilla on Saturday night (2100 GMT) following their 2-0 Champions League loss at the hands of AC Milan.
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Sevilla visit a Barcelona side currently going through their worst spell of the season.
With only 2 wins from their last 5 the seemingly unstoppable Barcelona have hit a bad patch. They’ll be hoping to restore confidence against a Sevilla side who haven’t picked up a win in their last 9 away games.
The Catalans welcome back David Villa after he recovered from his kidney stones. Eric Abidal has been declared fit following his liver transplant in April.
Sevilla will be without Andres Palop, Cicinho, Diego Perotti and Piotr Trochowski. Coach Unai Emery may rest some key players in preparation for their Copa del Rey Semi-final with Atletico Madrid.
Lionel Messi has scored in a record 14 consecutive La Liga matches. Barcelona are unbeaten at the Nou Camp in 21 matches.
The stats spell trouble for mid-table Sevilla. Barcelona should pick up 3 points easily as they march towards the title.
- Updated: February 20, 2013