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Barcelona vs. Real Betis ONLINE LIVE LIVE: by date 12 LaLiga Santander From Camp Nou, Spain, this Sunday at 10:15 in the morning (Peru time). DirecTV Sports.

The duel between the Catalans and Sevilla is one of the foreseeable 12 days of Spanish football. Track events for minutes, minutes, matches and goals.

Barcelona, With Argentina Lionel Messi already returned, receive Real Betis The goal is to stabilize LaLiga Santander before breaking the race due to the commitments of the national teams.

Messi and French defender Samuel Umtiti were given a medical exemption after defeating their injuries, although only the Rosarino star points against the ninth against Sevilla.

Especially when Valverde can not rely on this match with Brazil, Philippe Coutinho, who has been dying for three or four weeks with a dry dock with muscular injuries, has left Ousmane Dembele away from the team. The French tip did not reveal last Thursday's training that required gastroenteritis, and yesterday he practiced other than his teammates.

His position would have the potential of Malcolm Filipe de Oliveira, Brazil's Azulgrana goalkeeper Milan Inter (1-1), which could form a three-time attack with Leo Messi and Luis Suárez.

The rest of the eleven are certainly plain, the only exception being the possible accession of Chilean Arturo Vidal to strengthen the kernel and give rest to Croatia's Ivan Rakitic.

Real Betis, In Barcelona it is necessary to return a flight in the league where his fourteenth place is in contravention of his good career in the Europa League where he is invincible and leads his group and illusion to give the campanada twenty years after its last victory at Camp Nou, 1-3 in 1997-98 and the mythical Luis Aragonés on his bench.

Barcelona vs. Real Betis | Timetables in the World:

09:15 hours – Mexico
10:15 – Peru, Colombia, Ecuador
10:15 am – United States (New York +1, Washington +1, Florida +1, Nevada -2)
11:15 – Bolivia, Venezuela
12:15 – Argentina, Uruguay, Chile, Paraguay, Brazil
15:15 – United Kingdom
16:15 – Spain, France, Italy, Germany

Quique Setién, a team that Camp Nouilla has a good chance of playing football with the ball in the possession of a big player, as Barcelona monopolized the ball has won four league games without a win on September 30 (1-0 Leganes), so the reaction is urgent.

I know that Barça Fief is not more favorable – accumulates eight defeats in a row and his baggage has only four wins in his 52 Match League – Verdiblancos are trying to surprise the leader and that they have to make a round match defense, put him more vertical into the game he possesses and above all be beaten in situations that they believe.

After a 1-1 match in the first half of Italy against Milan in Benito Villamarinín, although he did not have gas on the other hand and when he netted the last day of Celtan (3-3), Setién tries to get his students to do their best and hit goal – they have only 8 supporters in the league – in a very demanding cross.

There could be behind Brazil's Sidney, which fell on Thursday with Moroccan Zou Feddal, and Cristian Tello on the right lane – another option for Antonio Barragán is to continue the injured Francis Guerrero and Portuguese midfielder William Carvalho, Sergio Canales and Argentine Giovani Lo Celso.

Together with Tello, he returns to the Camp Nou event, which has been formed at the youth level in Barcelona, ​​Marc Bartra, who is fundamental in the Betic defense with Algiers Aïssa Mandi.

In addition, the Mexican Andrés Guardado is back to ten, allowing Canales to move forward with Loren Morón, before Joaquín Sánchezia, Milan and then Tonny Sanabria of Paraguay, who could continue if Setién had chosen two soldiers.

Barcelona vs. Real Betis | Possible targeting:

Barcelona: Ter Stegen; Sergi Roberto, Piqué, Lenglet, Jordi Alba; Busquets, Arthur, Arturo Vidal; Messi, Malcom and Luis Suárez.

Betis: Pau López; Mandi, Bartra, Sidney; Tello or Barragán, Guardado, William Carvalho, Lo Celso, Júnior; Canales and Loren.


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