Barcelona vs Napoli live streaming and betting tips: Watch UEFA Champions League online

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Barcelona vs Napoli live streaming: Match details

Match: Barcelona vs Napoli

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Competition: UEFA Champions League round of 16 second leg

First leg score: Napoli 1-1 Barcelona

Date: August 8, 2020

Kick-off time: 8:00 pm, August 8, 2020 (UK time)

Stadium: Camp Nou


Barcelona vs Napoli: Score prediction & betting tips

Napoli are looking to reach the Champions League quarter-finals for the very first time.

Barcelona have not been eliminated in the round of 16 since losing to Liverpool 13 years ago.

Lionel Messi is Barça’s top scorer this season with 30; Dries Mertens is Napoli’s main goal threat having notched 16 this season.

101 Great Goals predicts: Barcelona 2-2 Napoli

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Barcelona vs Napoli: What are the odds?

Barcelona vs Napoli: Head to head

FC Barcelona vs SSC Napoli form
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FC Barcelona vs Villarreal CF - 4:0
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FC Barcelona vs Elche CF - 1:0
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FC Barcelona vs Girona FC - 3:1
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FC Barcelona vs Gimnastic de Tarragona - 3:1
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FC Barcelona vs Bayern Munich - 2:8
Latest match form, last 5 games:
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SSC Napoli vs Genoa CFC - 6:0
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Parma Calcio vs SSC Napoli - 0:2
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SSC Napoli vs Delfino Pescara 1936 - 4:0
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SSC Napoli vs SS Teramo Calcio - 4:0
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FC Barcelona vs SSC Napoli - 3:1
Last 5 games for FC Barcelona
September 27, 2020LaLiga 20/21FC Barcelona4 - 0Villarreal CF
September 20, 2020LaLiga 20/21Athletic Bilbao0 - 0FC Barcelona
September 19, 2020Club Friendly Games 2020FC Barcelona1 - 0Elche CF
September 16, 2020Club Friendly Games 2020FC Barcelona3 - 1Girona FC
September 13, 2020LaLiga 20/21FC Barcelona0 - 0Elche CF
Last 5 games for SSC Napoli
September 27, 2020Serie A 20/21SSC Napoli6 - 0Genoa CFC
September 20, 2020Serie A 20/21Parma Calcio0 - 2SSC Napoli
September 13, 2020Club Friendly Games 2020Sporting CP0 - 0SSC Napoli
September 11, 2020Club Friendly Games 2020SSC Napoli4 - 0Delfino Pescara 1936
September 4, 2020Club Friendly Games 2020SSC Napoli4 - 0SS Teramo Calcio
FC Barcelona vs SSC Napoli UEFA Champions League 19/20 form
FC BarcelonaSSC Napoli
FC Barcelona vs SSC Napoli statistics for most recent head to head matches
FC BarcelonaSSC Napoli
6Matches6
4Home Matches2
2Away Matches4
15Total Goals4
2.5Average Goals Scored0.67
4Wins1
1Losses4
1Draws1
Last 5 games & match results between FC Barcelona and SSC Napoli
August 8, 2020UEFA Champions League 19/20FC Barcelona3 - 1SSC Napoli
February 25, 2020UEFA Champions League 19/20SSC Napoli1 - 1FC Barcelona
August 10, 2019Club Friendly Games 2019SSC Napoli0 - 4FC Barcelona
August 7, 2019Club Friendly Games 2019FC Barcelona2 - 1SSC Napoli
August 6, 2014Club Friendly Games 2014FC Barcelona0 - 1SSC Napoli

Barcelona vs Napoli: Match preview

Leo Messi

BARCELONA, SPAIN – JUNE 16: Leo Messi of FC Barcelona celebrates a goal during the spanish league, LaLiga, football match played between FC Barcelona and CD Leganes at Camp Nou Stadium on June 16, 2020 in Barcelona, Spain.(Photo by Marc Gonzalez Aloma / AFP7 / Europa Press Sports via Getty Images)

Can Barcelona recapture their former European glories?

In the last two seasons, they’ve been catastrophically beaten by Roma and then Liverpool despite winning the first legs of those ties 4-1 and 3-0 respectively.

This means the Catalan side have not won this competition or even reached a final for five seasons despite winning the trophy four times in nine years before that.

This season has been close to a disaster for them.

Defeats in the Supercopa de España semi-finals, Copa del Rey quarter-finals and a second-place finish in La Liga means they have not won any silverware.

The last time they didn’t win a trophy of any kind was 2007/08.

Barça only took 24 points from 33 available after the restart, allowing Real Madrid to overtake them and, eventually, finish five points clear.

Thus, Quique Setién is under huge pressure despite only getting the job on 13 January.

They are in a decent position after a first leg 1-1 draw at Stadio San Paolo in February.

Dries Mertens’s curling shot opened the scoring before Antoine Griezmann got a vital equaliser in the second half.

Will Barça be too strong for their Italian opposition?

Can Napoli stun Camp Nou?

Kalidou Koulibaly of SSC Napoli during the UEFA Champions League match between SSC Napoli and KRC Genk at Stadio San Paolo Naples Italy on 10 December 2019. (Photo by Franco Romano/NurPhoto via Getty Images)

Napoli meanwhile will feel they have a great chance of an upset and rightly so.

Their season became an instant success in the first week of restart as they beat Juventus on penalties in the Coppa Italia final.

This means, for next season, they’ve qualified for the Europa League group stage which they would not have otherwise done, finishing seventh in Serie A.

Despite this lowly finish, I Partenopei are actually in decent form, winning ten of their last 15 league games.

They’re much improved under Gennaro Gattuso and now have a shot at some club history.

This is only Napoli’s third appearance at this stage of a European Cup/ Champions League but they’ve never gone further, losing to eventual winners Chelsea in 2012 and Real Madrid in 2017.

That could be a good omen for Barça fans.

The winners of this tie will take on either Chelsea or Bayern Munich on 14 August at Estádio da Luz.

So far this season Gli Azzurri have already beaten Liverpool, Juventus, Lazio and Inter.

Can they knock out four-times European champions Barcelona here?

Barcelona team news vs Napoli

Marc Andre Ter Stegen during the match between FC Barcelona and Sevilla FC, corresponding to the week 8 of the spanish Liga Santarder, on 06th October 2019, in Barcelona, Spain. (Photo by Joan Valls/Urbanandsport /NurPhoto via Getty Images)

Quique Setién already thin squad is not at full strength for this huge clash and that could prove to be problematic.

Marc-André ter Stegen, who’s kept 17 clean sheets in 44 appearances this season, will continue in goal as always.

In defence, Clément Lenglet is Gerard Piqué’s regular partner thanks in no small part to Samuel Umtiti’s poor form.

Nélson Semedo is getting a run in the side at right-back with Jordi Alba on the other side.

Semedo at right-back means Sergi Roberto can push into midfield where he is needed for this game.

Because Sergio Busquets and Arturo Vidal were both booked in the first leg so are both suspended.

So, Roberto could play the anchor role with Ivan Rakitić and fit again Frenkie de Jong alongside.

Riqui Puig is the other option; Athur has not featured since his move to Juventus was confirmed.

Further forward, Antoine Griezmann is unlikely to be fit after missing the last two games of the season.

So,  Lionel Messi and Luis Suárez could be joined in attack by Ansu Fati.

He’s still only 17 but he’s scored eight goals this season including against Inter at San Siro in the group stages.

Martin Braithwaite is the other option; Ousmane Dembélé is injured.

Will Barcelona progress?

Napoli team news vs Barcelona

Fabian Ruiz of SSC Napoli during the Serie A TIM match between SSC Napoli and Hellas Verona at Stadio San Paolo Naples Italy on 19 October 2019. (Photo by Franco Romano/NurPhoto via Getty Images)

Unlike their hosts, Gennaro Gattuso’s side played as recently as the weekend but his XI could be at full stenght.

Alex Meret’s injury means David Ospina will start in goal although this was likely to be the case anyway.

At the back,  Kalidou Koulibaly and Kostas Manolas are first-choice despite the fact Nikola Maksimović has played a lot since the restart.

Mário Rui will start at left-back with Giovanni Di Lorenzo preferred to Elseid Hysaj on the other side.

Their first-choice midfield trio will be fielded.

This is Diego Demme at the base with Fabián Ruiz and Piotr Zieliński further forward.

Stanislav Lobotka, Allan and Elif Elmas would therefore miss out.

In attack, Matteo Politano could come in for José Callejón on the right.

He’d join Lorenzo Insigne and Dries Mertens is a frightening front three.

Hirving Lozano and Arkadiusz Milik will be in reserve.

Fernando Llorente is injured.

Can Napoli become the first visitors to win a European game at Camp Nou since Bayern Munich in 2013?

Barcelona predicted line up vs Napoli

Barcelona predicted line up vs Napoli

Barcelona predicted line up vs Napoli.

Napoli predicted line up vs Barcelona

Napoli predicted line up vs Barcelona

Napoli predicted line up vs Barcelona.

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This article was edited by Josh Barker.

Barcelona vs Napoli live streaming and betting tips: Watch UEFA Champions League online FAQs

What time does Barcelona vs Napoli kick off?
20:00 (UK time), Saturday 8 August, 2020.
What is the best way to watch Barcelona vs Napoli?
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What is the 101 Great Goals prediction for Barcelona vs Napoli?
Barcelona 2-2 Napoli.
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