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Match: Real Sociedad vs Barcelona
Competition: Spain Primera Liga
Kick-off time: 15:15 (UK time)
Stadium: Estadio Municipal de AnoetaWatch Real Sociedad vs Barcelona Live Streaming Via The Bet365 Live Streaming Service.
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Real Sociedad vs Barcelona live streaming: Match preview
After a very disappointing season last time out, it was important Sociedad started well.
They surprisingly won away to Villarreal on the opening weekend before throwing away a 2-0 lead away to Leganés.
That preceded another poor result as they lost 2-1 against fellow Basque side Eibar.
For Barcelona on the other hand it’s been buisness as usual for the champions.
They beat Alavés, narrowly got past Valladolid but then put 8 past Huesca before the international break.
They won the league by 14 points last season and are well on their way to defending their title.
They also kick off their Champions League campaign on Tuesday at home to PSV.
That group will be a challenge for them as it also features Spurs and Inter.
But for now, they’ll be fully focussed on a trip to San Sebastián; a place that has proved troublesome in the past.