FC Barcelona vs. Sevilla: Live stream TV channel start time how to watch La Liga 2020 (Friday. June 19)

FC Barcelona vs. Sevilla: Live stream TV channel start time how to watch La Liga 2020 (Friday. June 19)

FC Barcelona vs. Sevilla: Live stream TV channel start time how to watch La Liga 2020 (Friday. June 19)

FC Barcelona vs. Sevilla: Live stream TV channel start time how to watch La Liga 2020 (Friday. June 19)
FC Barcelona vs. Sevilla: Live stream TV channel start time how to watch La Liga 2020 (Friday. June 19)

We’ve got some more La Liga 2020 action this week as FC Barcelona takes on Sevilla FC. Argentinian star Lionel Messi has been on point for Barca since the squad returned from coronavirus hiatus, scoring in both matches back on the pitch. Barcelona. Meanwhile, Uruguayan striker Luis Suarez made his long-awaited return earlier this week after undergoing knee surgery. Barcelona currently sits atop the Spanish Primera Division standings with a record of 20-15-5 (64 points). However, their opponents are no slouches, with Sevilla sitting in third at 14-9-6 (51 points). Messi currently leads the league in scoring, with 21 goals in 24 games while Sevilla’s Lucas Ocampos is tied for third place with 11 goals (the same total as Luis Suarez)

Friday’s match will air on beIN sports. You can watch the games for free online if you sign up for a free trial with Sling, fuboTV or Hulu + Live TV. The Sling trial is for three days while the Hulu + Live TV trial runs for seven days.

FC Barcelona vs. Sevilla FC

Start time: 3:50 p.m. EST | Friday, June 19

TV channel: beIN Sports (Channel finder: Verizon Fios, AT&T U-verse, Comcast, Xfinity, Spectrum/Charter, Optimum/Altice, DIRECTV, Dish, Hulu, fuboTV, Sling.)

Live stream: If you have a cable subscription, you can sign up for fuboTV, Sling, Hulu + Live TV (or use their free trial) to watch online.

Upcoming Spanish league schedule

Saturday, June 20

Espanyol vs. Levante | 8:00 a.m. | bein Sports | Live stream: Sling (free trial)

Athletic Club vs. Real Betis | 11:00 a.m. | bein Sports | Live stream: Sling (free trial)

Getafe vs. Eibar | 1:30 p.m. | bein Sports | Live stream: Sling (free trial)

Atletico Madrid vs. Valladolid | 4:00 p.m. | bein Sports | Live stream: Sling (free trial)

Sunday, June 21

Celta Vigo vs. Alaves | 8:00 a.m. | bein Sports | Live stream: Sling (free trial)

Valencia vs. Osasuna | 1:30 p.m. | bein Sports | Live stream: Sling (free trial)

Real Sociedad vs. Real Madrid | 4:00 p.m. | bein Sports | Live stream: Sling (free trial)

Monday, June 22

Leganes vs. Granada | 1:30 p.m. | bein Sports | Live stream: Sling (free trial)

Villareal vs. Sevilla | 4:00 p.m. | bein Sports | Live stream: Sling (free trial)

Tuesday, June 23

Valladolid vs. Getafe | 1:30 p.m. | bein Sports | Live stream: Sling (free trial)

Levante vs. Atletico Madrid | 1:30 p.m. | bein Sports | Live stream: Sling (free trial)

Barcelona vs. Athletic Club | 4:00 p.m. | bein Sports | Live stream: Sling (free trial)

Alaves vs. Osasuna | 1:30 p.m. | bein Sports | Live stream: Sling (free trial)

Real Sociedad vs. Celta Vigo | 1:30 p.m. | bein Sports | Live stream: Sling (free trial)

Real Madrid vs. Mallorca | 4:00 p.m. | bein Sports | Live stream: Sling (free trial)

Thursday, June 25

Eibar vs. Valencia | 1:30 p.m. | bein Sports | Live stream: Sling (free trial)

Real Betis vs. Espanyol | 4:00 p.m. | bein Sports | Live stream: Sling (free trial)

Friday, June 26

Sevilla vs. Valladolid | 4:00 p.m. | bein Sports | Live stream: Sling (free trial)

Saturday, June 27

Athletic Club vs. Mallorca | 8:00 a.m. | bein Sports | Live stream: Sling (free trial)

Celta Vigo vs. Barcelona | 11:00 a.m. | bein Sports | Live stream: Sling (free trial)

Osasuna vs. Leganes | 1:30 p.m. | bein Sports | Live stream: Sling (free trial)

Atletico Madrid vs. Alaves | 4:00 p.m. | bein Sports | Live stream: Sling (free trial)

Sunday, June 28

Levante vs. Real Betis | 8:00 a.m. | bein Sports | Live stream: Sling (free trial)

Villareal vs. Valencia | 11:00 p.m. | bein Sports | Live stream: Sling (free trial)

Granada vs. Eibar | 1:30 p.m. | bein Sports | Live stream: Sling (free trial)

Espanyol vs. Real Madrid | 12:30 p.m. | bein Sports | Live stream: Sling (free trial)

Monday, June 29

Getafe vs. Real Sociedad | 4:00 p.m. | bein Sports | Live stream: Sling (free trial)

From the Associated Press: La Liga Recap

MADRID (AP) — Karim Benzema scored twice and Marco Asensio added another on his return from a 10-month injury layoff as Real Madrid beat Valencia 3-0 on Thursday to keep pace with leader Barcelona in the Spanish league.

The home win left Madrid two points behind Barcelona, which defeated Leganés 2-0 on Tuesday for its second straight win after the pandemic break.

Madrid took control of the match after a lackluster first half in which Valencia had the most significant scoring chances and a goal disallowed by video review.

Benzema opened the scoring in the 61st minute after a pass by Eden Hazard, who again was decisive for Madrid in his second match after a long injury layoff.

Asensio, making his first appearance since a serious knee injury last year, scored with his first touch about 30 seconds after entering the match in the 74th.

“That’s the way to come back,” his teammates could be heard saying during the goal celebration at the empty Alfredo Di Stéfano Stadium.

“I couldn’t wait to come back after so many months of hard work,” said Asensio, who was injured in a friendly last July. “I’m glad that I’m back and that I was able to score.”

Asensio also set up Benzema’s third goal with a one-touch cross on a counterattack and the French striker finished off the move sublimely — using his right foot to flick the ball away from a defender and then his left to hammer it into the top of the net. It was the Frenchman’s 16th league goal to leave him five behind scoring leader Lionel Messi. It was the fifth double this season for Benzema, who passed Ferenc Puskas to become Madrid’s fifth leading scorer all-time.

Valencia went a man down in the 89th after a straight red card was shown to South Korean midfielder Lee Kang-in for a foul on Madrid defender Sergio Ramos. A few moments later, midfielder Francis Coquelin had to leave injured after the team had already made all five substitutions.

Valencia is winless after the break and dropped to eighth place. It had the best chances early on, with Rodrigo hitting the far post after a breakaway in the 14th. His goal a few moments later was disallowed by video review after a close offside call.

It was Madrid’s second straight game at its training center, which is being used while the Santiago Bernabéu Stadium remains under renovation until the end of the season.

REAL SOCIEDAD STALLS

Real Sociedad failed to regain fourth place after a 2-0 loss at Alavés in which it couldn’t get a single shot on target.

Borja Sainz opened the scoring with a goal awarded following video review in the 56th, and Martín Aguirregabiria sealed the victory deep in stoppage time at the Mendizorroza Stadium.

A victory would have sent Sociedad past fourth-place Atlético Madrid, which won 5-0 at Osasuna on Wednesday. It stayed in sixth instead, two points from the final Champions League spot.

Sociedad went a man down in the 81st as defender Joseba Zaldúa was sent off with a second yellow card, but Alavés was also reduced to 10 men six minutes later when midfielder Tomás Pina was shown a second yellow.

Sociedad had won four of its last five league games before the break, with its only setback a loss at Barcelona. Its first match after the league resumed was a 1-1 draw against midtable Osasuna at home.

“We didn’t play our best today, and we hadn’t played our best in the previous match either,” Sociedad midfielder Igor Zubeldia said. “We need to improve for our next match.”

Sociedad will next host Real Madrid, while Alavés visits Celta Vigo.

Alavés, which hadn’t won in three straight league matches, moved to 11th place.

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