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Live football streaming: Watch Valencia v Barcelona in La Liga
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Following Real Madrid’s surprise defeat at Granada on Saturday evening, Barcelona have the opportunity to extend their lead over Los Blancos to an incredible 18 points in La Liga.
Perhaps more crucially, Barcelona can improve the gap of 11 points from second placed Atletico Madrid, who play later on Sunday against Real Betis.
Valencia v Barcelona, takes place at the Estadio de Mestalla, on February 3, 2013. Kick off: 18:00 GMT.
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Seventh placed Valencia will be looking to stop the Barcelona juggernaut but in truth would probably settle for the 1-0 defeat scoreline that they suffered in September at the Nou Camp.
Valencia are struggling in 2012/2013 to scrap for a Champions League place that is usually their priority but are struggling off the pitch financially and just a couple of weeks ago were hammered 5-0 by Real Madrid in the Mestalla.
Barcelona meanwhile continue their march towards the title, recovering from the blip of losing away at Real Socidad by smashing Osasuna 5-1.
Tito Vilanova will miss this La Liga match as he undergoes treatment in New York, but the rest of the side will be familiar and you wonder if Valencia will get hold of the ball much to do Barcelona damage.
And, the obligatory Lionel Messi stat: The Argentine striker has scored 12 goals in his last 10 games – it would be no surprise if he bags some more at Valencia tonight.
- Updated: February 2, 2013