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Barcelona vs Villarreal: Live Stream And TV Channel Info

Barcelona vs Villarreal: Live Stream And TV Channel Info

Barcelona look to bounce back from defeat to Granada with a midweek visit of Villarreal on Tuesday. Here's how to watch the action LIVE

What time is kick-off?

Barcelona-Villarreal is an 8pm kick-off on Tuesday.

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Spain is one hour ahead of British time, meaning a 9pm local time kick-off for Lionel Messi and co.

What TV channel is it on?

Premier 2 will show the action LIVE in the United Kingdom on Wednesday - available on channel 435 for those who have Sky.

Viewers can also stream the action online at www.premierplayer.com.

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What are the other fixtures?

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Valladolid take on league leaders Granada two hours before Barca's game, with Real Betis hosting Levante t the same time.

On the Wednesday both Madrid clubs are in action against RCD Mallorca and Osasuna respectively, while Leganes vs Athletic Bilbao, Valencia vs Getafe are also on.

A day later sees Eibar host Sevilla, Celta Vigo play against Espanyol and Alaves make the trip to Real Sociedad.

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