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Reddit/Free!! Barcelona vs Athletic Bilbao live stream: How to watch La Liga online

Barcelona vs Athletic Bilbao live stream: Lineups, Kickoff time, TV listings, how to watch La Liga online, Barcelona will look to keep pace with the La Liga frontrunners when they travel to Athletic Bilbao on Wednesday at 8:00pm (UK time). The Blaugrana currently sit fifth in the table, one and two points adrift of Villarreal and Real Sociedad respectively, though they have played fewer games than both. Bilbao, meanwhile, are ninth but can cut the gap between themselves and Wednesday’s visitors to just four points with a win here.

UK: LaLigaTV

US: beIN Sports

How to live stream Athletic Bilbao vs Barcelona online:

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Athletic Bilbao vs Barcelona build-up, previous line-ups & injury news:

Despite recovering from their Basque derby loss to Real Sociedad with a 1-0 win over Elche, Athletic Bilbao parted ways with manager Gaizka Garitano at the weekend, with Marcelino immediately taking his place. The former Valencia boss’ task between now and the end of the season will be to push Athletic up into European contention and a win here would go a long way toward that with just 17 games played so far.

Ronald Koeman, meanwhile, is also swimming in dangerous waters at the Nou Camp. Although Barcelona are now unbeaten in their last six La Liga matches, they’ve only managed more than two goals on one occasion during that time and have endured disappointing draws at home to Valencia and Eibar. As a result, Barca are fifth in the table, a massive 10 points behind leaders Atletico Madrid, who also have a game in hand over the Catalan giants.

Athletic Bilbao (vs Elche): Simon; De Marcos, Nunez, Martinez, Berchiche; Vencedor, Vesga; Williams, Muniain, Berenguer; Garcia.

Barcelona (vs Huesca): Ter Stegen; Dest, Araujo, Lenglet, Alba; De Jong, Busquets, Pedri; Messi, Braithwaite, Dembele.

Peru Nolaskoain, Yeray Alvarez and Unai Lopez are all out for Bilbao, while Barcelona will continue on without Ansu Fati, Sergi Robeto, Gerard Pique and Philippe Coutinho.

Players to watch:

Athletic Bilbao: One of Marcelino’s first tasks in the Bilbao dugout will be to squeeze more out of star forward, Inaki Williams. Despite being the club’s joint-top scorer this season, Williams has managed just three goals in 17 La Liga appearances so far, and has found the net only once in his last nine outings. This can be partially explained by Williams being fielded as a central striker, when perhaps an inside forward role would suit him better. That’s for Marcelino to try and test, starting with the visit of Barcelona.

Athletic Bilbao vs Barcelona

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Athletic Bilbao vs Barcelona

Barcelona: For a while, it looked as though he wouldn’t reach the milestone (due to doubts over his future) but Lionel Messi became the first-ever non-Spanish player to notch up 500 La Liga appearances during Barcelona’s 1-0 win over Huesca recently. The Argentine ace was unable to score, but did mark the occasion with an assist, his 200th in the competition. In fact, that was Messi’s fourth direct goal involvement (two goals, two assists) in his last four league outings and his ninth (seven goals, two assists) of the La Liga season overall. Not bad considering he was meant to be suffering from a dip in form. Messi has a massive 24 goals and 10 assists to his name across 37 career appearances against Bilbao, Koeman will be banking on him adding to that here.

La Liga 2020/21 recent form:

Athletic Bilbao: WLDWL

Barcelona: WDWDW

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How to watch Bundesliga games online

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How to watch Manchester United vs. Manchester City (1/6/2021): Live stream, time for Carabao Cup semi-final

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What channel is Manchester United vs Manchester City on? TV and live stream info for Carabao Cup semi-final, Crosstown rivals meet again as Manchester United faces Manchester City for a shot at the finals of the English Football League Carabao Cup at Old Trafford on Wednesday, January 6 (1/6/2021).

In the U.S., the match will be broadcast exclusively on ESPN Plus.

For Manchester City, it’s a chance to get closer to the record four cup victories in a row, set by Liverpool in 1984. City beat Arsenal 4-1 in the quarter-finals to advance, and hasn’t lost an EFL Cup game since 2016, when it fell to the same opponents they’re preparing to face on Wednesday.

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For Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, it’s yet another chance to finally lead his team out in a final, one he doesn’t want to let slip through his fingers again.

“We are confident and we are in good form,” Solskjaer told CBS Sports. “There are no excuses.”

The Red Devils beat Everton 2-0 to advance to the semis. In their last meeting with City in the English Premier League, the teams drew 0-0.

The winning side will face Tottenham Hotspur in the finals.

Here’s how to watch the game:

What: EFL Carabao Cup Semi-final

Who: Man. United vs. Man. City

When: Wednesday, January 6, 2021

Where: Old Trafford

Time: 2:45 p.m. ET

TV: Unavailable

Live stream: ESPN Plus

Over the next seven days, Manchester United can reach a cup final and climb to the top of the Premier League — all at the expense of its two biggest rivals, Manchester City and Liverpool.

It makes for a potentially transformative week for United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, who just a month ago was under real pressure — not for the first time in his turbulent, two-year tenure — after a group-stage elimination in the Champions League.

Now, Solskjaer is on the cusp of what would be seen as something of a breakthrough for United, English soccer’s grandest club which has not won a trophy since 2017 and was beaten in the semifinals of three competitions last season.

First up is a meeting with Man City in the League Cup semifinals, a repeat of last season but this time being played over only one leg because of the condensed, coronavirus-impacted season.

Twelve months ago, City won the first leg at Old Trafford 3-1 and ended up holding on for a 1-0 loss in the second leg at home to advance to a final Pep Guardiola’s team would win against Aston Villa.

Then, next Tuesday, United will travel to Burnley needing only to avoid defeat to move above Liverpool and into first place in the league after 17 games. Quite the motivation, considering United’s next match is at Anfield on Jan. 17.

United, it seems, is back in the conversation when it comes to winning silverware. And that has got its rivals on edge.

Perhaps that was the reason Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp, out of nowhere, referred to United’s penchant for winning penalties in his post-match news conference after a 1-0 loss at Southampton on Monday.

“I hear now,” Klopp said, “that Manchester United had more penalties in two years than I had in five-and-a-half years (at Liverpool).

“I’ve no idea if that’s my fault, or how that can happen.”

Whether or not it was a ploy to plant a seed in the mind of referees, Klopp clearly has United in his thoughts.

Then there’s Guardiola, who has changed his approach to games this season by making his team more defensive-minded and less vulnerable to the counterattack. Nowhere has this vulnerability been more apparent than in matches against United, which has won three of the last five Manchester derbies — mostly through its ruthlessness on the counterattack.

The last derby was on Dec. 12, a cagey league game that ended 0-0 with Guardiola again showing his caution.

“That was a progression,” Solskjaer said Tuesday, “staying more in the game. You never know what kind of system he (Guardiola) is going to come up with, but you know you have to defend really well against Man City.

“There have been some fascinating games. I feel we have got closer and closer to them.”

Solskjaer has said since joining United in November 2018 that Liverpool and City are the yardsticks to which United needs to judge itself. It has been an arduous journey but his team is finally at the stage where it can challenge England’s top two teams.

The Norwegian coach said there have been no lingering effects of the losses in the semifinals last season — in the League Cup, FA Cup and Europa League.

In fact, Solskjaer said, it has made United stronger.

“When you get to a semi, you have done a lot of good work to get there,” he said. “Naturally you play against better and better opposition. We have improved immensely in a year … it’s easy to say have we learnt but it’s not about learning, it’s about fine margins.”

What is ESPN Plus?

ESPN Plus is a streaming service available from ESPN for $5.99 a month (you can cancel any time, so if you wanted to sign up Friday and then cancel on Sunday, you’d only be charged for one month). ESPN Plus gives you access to select live games from pro and college sports.

Cable and satellite packages like Spectrum, Verizon and DirecTV don’t give you access to ESPN Plus, so if you want to watch the fight card using legal methods, you’re going to have to pay $5.99 or find a bar that has the bout on. (Conversely, ESPN Plus does not give you access to ESPN, ESPN2 and ESPNU).

ESPN+ is accessible via the ESPN App on most devices, including Amazon Fire, Apple, Android, Chromecast, PS4, Roku, Xbox and more.

What does ESPN Plus include?

ESPN Plus is an over-the-top streaming service for the sports fan who loves to watch a lot of live sports like college football and basketball, international basketball, international and Major League Soccer and MLB. It also has its own original programming TV series. Your subscription also gets you access to the exclusive articles and content on ESPN Insider on the ESPN website.

How much does ESPN Plus cost?

$5.99 a month, or $49.99 a year. The subscription doesn’t include access to certain pay-per-view events, such as UFC 257: Poirier vs. McGregor 2. Those events cost extra, but are still exclusive to the ESPN+ service.

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Man City vs Man United: Live stream, TV channel, team news and kick-off time for tonight’s big EFL Cup semi-final

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What channel is Manchester United vs Manchester City on? TV and live stream info for Carabao Cup semi-final, Crosstown rivals meet again as Manchester United faces Manchester City for a shot at the finals of the English Football League Carabao Cup at Old Trafford on Wednesday, January 6 (1/6/2021).

In the U.S., the match will be broadcast exclusively on ESPN Plus.

For Manchester City, it’s a chance to get closer to the record four cup victories in a row, set by Liverpool in 1984. City beat Arsenal 4-1 in the quarter-finals to advance, and hasn’t lost an EFL Cup game since 2016, when it fell to the same opponents they’re preparing to face on Wednesday.

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For Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, it’s yet another chance to finally lead his team out in a final, one he doesn’t want to let slip through his fingers again.

“We are confident and we are in good form,” Solskjaer told CBS Sports. “There are no excuses.”

The Red Devils beat Everton 2-0 to advance to the semis. In their last meeting with City in the English Premier League, the teams drew 0-0.

The winning side will face Tottenham Hotspur in the finals.

Here’s how to watch the game:

What: EFL Carabao Cup Semi-final

Who: Man. United vs. Man. City

When: Wednesday, January 6, 2021

Where: Old Trafford

Time: 2:45 p.m. ET

TV: Unavailable

Live stream: ESPN Plus

Over the next seven days, Manchester United can reach a cup final and climb to the top of the Premier League — all at the expense of its two biggest rivals, Manchester City and Liverpool.

It makes for a potentially transformative week for United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, who just a month ago was under real pressure — not for the first time in his turbulent, two-year tenure — after a group-stage elimination in the Champions League.

Now, Solskjaer is on the cusp of what would be seen as something of a breakthrough for United, English soccer’s grandest club which has not won a trophy since 2017 and was beaten in the semifinals of three competitions last season.

First up is a meeting with Man City in the League Cup semifinals, a repeat of last season but this time being played over only one leg because of the condensed, coronavirus-impacted season.

Twelve months ago, City won the first leg at Old Trafford 3-1 and ended up holding on for a 1-0 loss in the second leg at home to advance to a final Pep Guardiola’s team would win against Aston Villa.

Then, next Tuesday, United will travel to Burnley needing only to avoid defeat to move above Liverpool and into first place in the league after 17 games. Quite the motivation, considering United’s next match is at Anfield on Jan. 17.

United, it seems, is back in the conversation when it comes to winning silverware. And that has got its rivals on edge.

Perhaps that was the reason Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp, out of nowhere, referred to United’s penchant for winning penalties in his post-match news conference after a 1-0 loss at Southampton on Monday.

“I hear now,” Klopp said, “that Manchester United had more penalties in two years than I had in five-and-a-half years (at Liverpool).

“I’ve no idea if that’s my fault, or how that can happen.”

Whether or not it was a ploy to plant a seed in the mind of referees, Klopp clearly has United in his thoughts.

Then there’s Guardiola, who has changed his approach to games this season by making his team more defensive-minded and less vulnerable to the counterattack. Nowhere has this vulnerability been more apparent than in matches against United, which has won three of the last five Manchester derbies — mostly through its ruthlessness on the counterattack.

The last derby was on Dec. 12, a cagey league game that ended 0-0 with Guardiola again showing his caution.

“That was a progression,” Solskjaer said Tuesday, “staying more in the game. You never know what kind of system he (Guardiola) is going to come up with, but you know you have to defend really well against Man City.

“There have been some fascinating games. I feel we have got closer and closer to them.”

Solskjaer has said since joining United in November 2018 that Liverpool and City are the yardsticks to which United needs to judge itself. It has been an arduous journey but his team is finally at the stage where it can challenge England’s top two teams.

The Norwegian coach said there have been no lingering effects of the losses in the semifinals last season — in the League Cup, FA Cup and Europa League.

In fact, Solskjaer said, it has made United stronger.

“When you get to a semi, you have done a lot of good work to get there,” he said. “Naturally you play against better and better opposition. We have improved immensely in a year … it’s easy to say have we learnt but it’s not about learning, it’s about fine margins.”

What is ESPN Plus?

ESPN Plus is a streaming service available from ESPN for $5.99 a month (you can cancel any time, so if you wanted to sign up Friday and then cancel on Sunday, you’d only be charged for one month). ESPN Plus gives you access to select live games from pro and college sports.

Cable and satellite packages like Spectrum, Verizon and DirecTV don’t give you access to ESPN Plus, so if you want to watch the fight card using legal methods, you’re going to have to pay $5.99 or find a bar that has the bout on. (Conversely, ESPN Plus does not give you access to ESPN, ESPN2 and ESPNU).

ESPN+ is accessible via the ESPN App on most devices, including Amazon Fire, Apple, Android, Chromecast, PS4, Roku, Xbox and more.

What does ESPN Plus include?

ESPN Plus is an over-the-top streaming service for the sports fan who loves to watch a lot of live sports like college football and basketball, international basketball, international and Major League Soccer and MLB. It also has its own original programming TV series. Your subscription also gets you access to the exclusive articles and content on ESPN Insider on the ESPN website.

How much does ESPN Plus cost?

$5.99 a month, or $49.99 a year. The subscription doesn’t include access to certain pay-per-view events, such as UFC 257: Poirier vs. McGregor 2. Those events cost extra, but are still exclusive to the ESPN+ service.

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Buffstreams!! Man United Vs Man City Live Stream: How To Watch Carabao Cup Semi-final Live; Prediction

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What channel is Manchester United vs Manchester City on? TV and live stream info for Carabao Cup semi-final, Crosstown rivals meet again as Manchester United faces Manchester City for a shot at the finals of the English Football League Carabao Cup at Old Trafford on Wednesday, January 6 (1/6/2021).

In the U.S., the match will be broadcast exclusively on ESPN Plus.

For Manchester City, it’s a chance to get closer to the record four cup victories in a row, set by Liverpool in 1984. City beat Arsenal 4-1 in the quarter-finals to advance, and hasn’t lost an EFL Cup game since 2016, when it fell to the same opponents they’re preparing to face on Wednesday.

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For Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, it’s yet another chance to finally lead his team out in a final, one he doesn’t want to let slip through his fingers again.

“We are confident and we are in good form,” Solskjaer told CBS Sports. “There are no excuses.”

The Red Devils beat Everton 2-0 to advance to the semis. In their last meeting with City in the English Premier League, the teams drew 0-0.

The winning side will face Tottenham Hotspur in the finals.

Here’s how to watch the game:

What: EFL Carabao Cup Semi-final

Who: Man. United vs. Man. City

When: Wednesday, January 6, 2021

Where: Old Trafford

Time: 2:45 p.m. ET

TV: Unavailable

Live stream: ESPN Plus

Over the next seven days, Manchester United can reach a cup final and climb to the top of the Premier League — all at the expense of its two biggest rivals, Manchester City and Liverpool.

It makes for a potentially transformative week for United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, who just a month ago was under real pressure — not for the first time in his turbulent, two-year tenure — after a group-stage elimination in the Champions League.

Now, Solskjaer is on the cusp of what would be seen as something of a breakthrough for United, English soccer’s grandest club which has not won a trophy since 2017 and was beaten in the semifinals of three competitions last season.

First up is a meeting with Man City in the League Cup semifinals, a repeat of last season but this time being played over only one leg because of the condensed, coronavirus-impacted season.

Twelve months ago, City won the first leg at Old Trafford 3-1 and ended up holding on for a 1-0 loss in the second leg at home to advance to a final Pep Guardiola’s team would win against Aston Villa.

Then, next Tuesday, United will travel to Burnley needing only to avoid defeat to move above Liverpool and into first place in the league after 17 games. Quite the motivation, considering United’s next match is at Anfield on Jan. 17.

United, it seems, is back in the conversation when it comes to winning silverware. And that has got its rivals on edge.

Perhaps that was the reason Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp, out of nowhere, referred to United’s penchant for winning penalties in his post-match news conference after a 1-0 loss at Southampton on Monday.

“I hear now,” Klopp said, “that Manchester United had more penalties in two years than I had in five-and-a-half years (at Liverpool).

“I’ve no idea if that’s my fault, or how that can happen.”

Whether or not it was a ploy to plant a seed in the mind of referees, Klopp clearly has United in his thoughts.

Then there’s Guardiola, who has changed his approach to games this season by making his team more defensive-minded and less vulnerable to the counterattack. Nowhere has this vulnerability been more apparent than in matches against United, which has won three of the last five Manchester derbies — mostly through its ruthlessness on the counterattack.

The last derby was on Dec. 12, a cagey league game that ended 0-0 with Guardiola again showing his caution.

“That was a progression,” Solskjaer said Tuesday, “staying more in the game. You never know what kind of system he (Guardiola) is going to come up with, but you know you have to defend really well against Man City.

“There have been some fascinating games. I feel we have got closer and closer to them.”

Solskjaer has said since joining United in November 2018 that Liverpool and City are the yardsticks to which United needs to judge itself. It has been an arduous journey but his team is finally at the stage where it can challenge England’s top two teams.

The Norwegian coach said there have been no lingering effects of the losses in the semifinals last season — in the League Cup, FA Cup and Europa League.

In fact, Solskjaer said, it has made United stronger.

“When you get to a semi, you have done a lot of good work to get there,” he said. “Naturally you play against better and better opposition. We have improved immensely in a year … it’s easy to say have we learnt but it’s not about learning, it’s about fine margins.”

What is ESPN Plus?

ESPN Plus is a streaming service available from ESPN for $5.99 a month (you can cancel any time, so if you wanted to sign up Friday and then cancel on Sunday, you’d only be charged for one month). ESPN Plus gives you access to select live games from pro and college sports.

Cable and satellite packages like Spectrum, Verizon and DirecTV don’t give you access to ESPN Plus, so if you want to watch the fight card using legal methods, you’re going to have to pay $5.99 or find a bar that has the bout on. (Conversely, ESPN Plus does not give you access to ESPN, ESPN2 and ESPNU).

ESPN+ is accessible via the ESPN App on most devices, including Amazon Fire, Apple, Android, Chromecast, PS4, Roku, Xbox and more.

What does ESPN Plus include?

ESPN Plus is an over-the-top streaming service for the sports fan who loves to watch a lot of live sports like college football and basketball, international basketball, international and Major League Soccer and MLB. It also has its own original programming TV series. Your subscription also gets you access to the exclusive articles and content on ESPN Insider on the ESPN website.

How much does ESPN Plus cost?

$5.99 a month, or $49.99 a year. The subscription doesn’t include access to certain pay-per-view events, such as UFC 257: Poirier vs. McGregor 2. Those events cost extra, but are still exclusive to the ESPN+ service.

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StReAmS!! Athletic Bilbao vs. Barcelona: Live stream, TV channel, time

Barcelona vs Athletic Bilbao live stream: Lineups, Kickoff time, TV listings, how to watch La Liga online, Barcelona will look to keep pace with the La Liga frontrunners when they travel to Athletic Bilbao on Wednesday at 8:00pm (UK time). The Blaugrana currently sit fifth in the table, one and two points adrift of Villarreal and Real Sociedad respectively, though they have played fewer games than both. Bilbao, meanwhile, are ninth but can cut the gap between themselves and Wednesday’s visitors to just four points with a win here.

UK: LaLigaTV

US: beIN Sports

How to live stream Athletic Bilbao vs Barcelona online:

Bet365* are streaming this match live for account holders. Those who are interested in streaming Athletic Bilbao vs Barcelona live can take advantage of this service by following the simple steps below.

  • Click on this link.
  • ‘Join now’ and enter details.
  • Log in and fund your account.
  • Navigate to the ‘In-Play’ link at the top of the homepage and select your desired event.

Athletic Bilbao vs Barcelona build-up, previous line-ups & injury news:

Despite recovering from their Basque derby loss to Real Sociedad with a 1-0 win over Elche, Athletic Bilbao parted ways with manager Gaizka Garitano at the weekend, with Marcelino immediately taking his place. The former Valencia boss’ task between now and the end of the season will be to push Athletic up into European contention and a win here would go a long way toward that with just 17 games played so far.

Ronald Koeman, meanwhile, is also swimming in dangerous waters at the Nou Camp. Although Barcelona are now unbeaten in their last six La Liga matches, they’ve only managed more than two goals on one occasion during that time and have endured disappointing draws at home to Valencia and Eibar. As a result, Barca are fifth in the table, a massive 10 points behind leaders Atletico Madrid, who also have a game in hand over the Catalan giants.

Athletic Bilbao (vs Elche): Simon; De Marcos, Nunez, Martinez, Berchiche; Vencedor, Vesga; Williams, Muniain, Berenguer; Garcia.

Barcelona (vs Huesca): Ter Stegen; Dest, Araujo, Lenglet, Alba; De Jong, Busquets, Pedri; Messi, Braithwaite, Dembele.

Peru Nolaskoain, Yeray Alvarez and Unai Lopez are all out for Bilbao, while Barcelona will continue on without Ansu Fati, Sergi Robeto, Gerard Pique and Philippe Coutinho.

Players to watch:

Athletic Bilbao: One of Marcelino’s first tasks in the Bilbao dugout will be to squeeze more out of star forward, Inaki Williams. Despite being the club’s joint-top scorer this season, Williams has managed just three goals in 17 La Liga appearances so far, and has found the net only once in his last nine outings. This can be partially explained by Williams being fielded as a central striker, when perhaps an inside forward role would suit him better. That’s for Marcelino to try and test, starting with the visit of Barcelona.

Barcelona: For a while, it looked as though he wouldn’t reach the milestone (due to doubts over his future) but Lionel Messi became the first-ever non-Spanish player to notch up 500 La Liga appearances during Barcelona’s 1-0 win over Huesca recently. The Argentine ace was unable to score, but did mark the occasion with an assist, his 200th in the competition. In fact, that was Messi’s fourth direct goal involvement (two goals, two assists) in his last four league outings and his ninth (seven goals, two assists) of the La Liga season overall. Not bad considering he was meant to be suffering from a dip in form. Messi has a massive 24 goals and 10 assists to his name across 37 career appearances against Bilbao, Koeman will be banking on him adding to that here.

La Liga 2020/21 recent form:

Athletic Bilbao: WLDWL

Barcelona: WDWDW

More live stream options:

How to watch La Liga games online

How to watch Bundesliga games online

How to watch Serie A games online

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What channel is Barcelona vs Athletic Bilbao La Liga match on? Kick off time, live stream and latest team news

Barcelona vs Athletic Bilbao live stream: Lineups, Kickoff time, TV listings, how to watch La Liga online, Barcelona will look to keep pace with the La Liga frontrunners when they travel to Athletic Bilbao on Wednesday at 8:00pm (UK time). The Blaugrana currently sit fifth in the table, one and two points adrift of Villarreal and Real Sociedad respectively, though they have played fewer games than both. Bilbao, meanwhile, are ninth but can cut the gap between themselves and Wednesday’s visitors to just four points with a win here.

UK: LaLigaTV

US: beIN Sports

How to live stream Athletic Bilbao vs Barcelona online:

Bet365* are streaming this match live for account holders. Those who are interested in streaming Athletic Bilbao vs Barcelona live can take advantage of this service by following the simple steps below.

  • Click on this link.
  • ‘Join now’ and enter details.
  • Log in and fund your account.
  • Navigate to the ‘In-Play’ link at the top of the homepage and select your desired event.

Athletic Bilbao vs Barcelona build-up, previous line-ups & injury news:

Despite recovering from their Basque derby loss to Real Sociedad with a 1-0 win over Elche, Athletic Bilbao parted ways with manager Gaizka Garitano at the weekend, with Marcelino immediately taking his place. The former Valencia boss’ task between now and the end of the season will be to push Athletic up into European contention and a win here would go a long way toward that with just 17 games played so far.

Ronald Koeman, meanwhile, is also swimming in dangerous waters at the Nou Camp. Although Barcelona are now unbeaten in their last six La Liga matches, they’ve only managed more than two goals on one occasion during that time and have endured disappointing draws at home to Valencia and Eibar. As a result, Barca are fifth in the table, a massive 10 points behind leaders Atletico Madrid, who also have a game in hand over the Catalan giants.

Athletic Bilbao (vs Elche): Simon; De Marcos, Nunez, Martinez, Berchiche; Vencedor, Vesga; Williams, Muniain, Berenguer; Garcia.

Barcelona (vs Huesca): Ter Stegen; Dest, Araujo, Lenglet, Alba; De Jong, Busquets, Pedri; Messi, Braithwaite, Dembele.

Peru Nolaskoain, Yeray Alvarez and Unai Lopez are all out for Bilbao, while Barcelona will continue on without Ansu Fati, Sergi Robeto, Gerard Pique and Philippe Coutinho.

Players to watch:

Athletic Bilbao: One of Marcelino’s first tasks in the Bilbao dugout will be to squeeze more out of star forward, Inaki Williams. Despite being the club’s joint-top scorer this season, Williams has managed just three goals in 17 La Liga appearances so far, and has found the net only once in his last nine outings. This can be partially explained by Williams being fielded as a central striker, when perhaps an inside forward role would suit him better. That’s for Marcelino to try and test, starting with the visit of Barcelona.

Barcelona: For a while, it looked as though he wouldn’t reach the milestone (due to doubts over his future) but Lionel Messi became the first-ever non-Spanish player to notch up 500 La Liga appearances during Barcelona’s 1-0 win over Huesca recently. The Argentine ace was unable to score, but did mark the occasion with an assist, his 200th in the competition. In fact, that was Messi’s fourth direct goal involvement (two goals, two assists) in his last four league outings and his ninth (seven goals, two assists) of the La Liga season overall. Not bad considering he was meant to be suffering from a dip in form. Messi has a massive 24 goals and 10 assists to his name across 37 career appearances against Bilbao, Koeman will be banking on him adding to that here.

La Liga 2020/21 recent form:

Athletic Bilbao: WLDWL

Barcelona: WDWDW

More live stream options:

How to watch La Liga games online

How to watch Bundesliga games online

How to watch Serie A games online

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Reddit/Streams!! Barcelona vs Athletic Bilbao live stream: Lineups, Kickoff time, TV listings, how to watch La Liga online

Barcelona vs Athletic Bilbao live stream: Lineups, Kickoff time, TV listings, how to watch La Liga online, Barcelona will look to keep pace with the La Liga frontrunners when they travel to Athletic Bilbao on Wednesday at 8:00pm (UK time). The Blaugrana currently sit fifth in the table, one and two points adrift of Villarreal and Real Sociedad respectively, though they have played fewer games than both. Bilbao, meanwhile, are ninth but can cut the gap between themselves and Wednesday’s visitors to just four points with a win here.

UK: LaLigaTV

US: beIN Sports

How to live stream Athletic Bilbao vs Barcelona online:

Bet365* are streaming this match live for account holders. Those who are interested in streaming Athletic Bilbao vs Barcelona live can take advantage of this service by following the simple steps below.

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Athletic Bilbao vs Barcelona build-up, previous line-ups & injury news:

Despite recovering from their Basque derby loss to Real Sociedad with a 1-0 win over Elche, Athletic Bilbao parted ways with manager Gaizka Garitano at the weekend, with Marcelino immediately taking his place. The former Valencia boss’ task between now and the end of the season will be to push Athletic up into European contention and a win here would go a long way toward that with just 17 games played so far.

Ronald Koeman, meanwhile, is also swimming in dangerous waters at the Nou Camp. Although Barcelona are now unbeaten in their last six La Liga matches, they’ve only managed more than two goals on one occasion during that time and have endured disappointing draws at home to Valencia and Eibar. As a result, Barca are fifth in the table, a massive 10 points behind leaders Atletico Madrid, who also have a game in hand over the Catalan giants.

Athletic Bilbao (vs Elche): Simon; De Marcos, Nunez, Martinez, Berchiche; Vencedor, Vesga; Williams, Muniain, Berenguer; Garcia.

Barcelona (vs Huesca): Ter Stegen; Dest, Araujo, Lenglet, Alba; De Jong, Busquets, Pedri; Messi, Braithwaite, Dembele.

Peru Nolaskoain, Yeray Alvarez and Unai Lopez are all out for Bilbao, while Barcelona will continue on without Ansu Fati, Sergi Robeto, Gerard Pique and Philippe Coutinho.

Players to watch:

Athletic Bilbao: One of Marcelino’s first tasks in the Bilbao dugout will be to squeeze more out of star forward, Inaki Williams. Despite being the club’s joint-top scorer this season, Williams has managed just three goals in 17 La Liga appearances so far, and has found the net only once in his last nine outings. This can be partially explained by Williams being fielded as a central striker, when perhaps an inside forward role would suit him better. That’s for Marcelino to try and test, starting with the visit of Barcelona.

Barcelona: For a while, it looked as though he wouldn’t reach the milestone (due to doubts over his future) but Lionel Messi became the first-ever non-Spanish player to notch up 500 La Liga appearances during Barcelona’s 1-0 win over Huesca recently. The Argentine ace was unable to score, but did mark the occasion with an assist, his 200th in the competition. In fact, that was Messi’s fourth direct goal involvement (two goals, two assists) in his last four league outings and his ninth (seven goals, two assists) of the La Liga season overall. Not bad considering he was meant to be suffering from a dip in form. Messi has a massive 24 goals and 10 assists to his name across 37 career appearances against Bilbao, Koeman will be banking on him adding to that here.

La Liga 2020/21 recent form:

Athletic Bilbao: WLDWL

Barcelona: WDWDW

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What channel is Manchester United vs Manchester City on? TV and live stream info for Carabao Cup semi-final, Crosstown rivals meet again as Manchester United faces Manchester City for a shot at the finals of the English Football League Carabao Cup at Old Trafford on Wednesday, January 6 (1/6/2021).

In the U.S., the match will be broadcast exclusively on ESPN Plus.

For Manchester City, it’s a chance to get closer to the record four cup victories in a row, set by Liverpool in 1984. City beat Arsenal 4-1 in the quarter-finals to advance, and hasn’t lost an EFL Cup game since 2016, when it fell to the same opponents they’re preparing to face on Wednesday.

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For Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, it’s yet another chance to finally lead his team out in a final, one he doesn’t want to let slip through his fingers again.

“We are confident and we are in good form,” Solskjaer told CBS Sports. “There are no excuses.”

The Red Devils beat Everton 2-0 to advance to the semis. In their last meeting with City in the English Premier League, the teams drew 0-0.

The winning side will face Tottenham Hotspur in the finals.

Here’s how to watch the game:

What: EFL Carabao Cup Semi-final

Who: Man. United vs. Man. City

When: Wednesday, January 6, 2021

Where: Old Trafford

Time: 2:45 p.m. ET

TV: Unavailable

Live stream: ESPN Plus

Over the next seven days, Manchester United can reach a cup final and climb to the top of the Premier League — all at the expense of its two biggest rivals, Manchester City and Liverpool.

It makes for a potentially transformative week for United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, who just a month ago was under real pressure — not for the first time in his turbulent, two-year tenure — after a group-stage elimination in the Champions League.

Now, Solskjaer is on the cusp of what would be seen as something of a breakthrough for United, English soccer’s grandest club which has not won a trophy since 2017 and was beaten in the semifinals of three competitions last season.

First up is a meeting with Man City in the League Cup semifinals, a repeat of last season but this time being played over only one leg because of the condensed, coronavirus-impacted season.

Twelve months ago, City won the first leg at Old Trafford 3-1 and ended up holding on for a 1-0 loss in the second leg at home to advance to a final Pep Guardiola’s team would win against Aston Villa.

Then, next Tuesday, United will travel to Burnley needing only to avoid defeat to move above Liverpool and into first place in the league after 17 games. Quite the motivation, considering United’s next match is at Anfield on Jan. 17.

United, it seems, is back in the conversation when it comes to winning silverware. And that has got its rivals on edge.

Perhaps that was the reason Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp, out of nowhere, referred to United’s penchant for winning penalties in his post-match news conference after a 1-0 loss at Southampton on Monday.

“I hear now,” Klopp said, “that Manchester United had more penalties in two years than I had in five-and-a-half years (at Liverpool).

“I’ve no idea if that’s my fault, or how that can happen.”

Whether or not it was a ploy to plant a seed in the mind of referees, Klopp clearly has United in his thoughts.

Then there’s Guardiola, who has changed his approach to games this season by making his team more defensive-minded and less vulnerable to the counterattack. Nowhere has this vulnerability been more apparent than in matches against United, which has won three of the last five Manchester derbies — mostly through its ruthlessness on the counterattack.

The last derby was on Dec. 12, a cagey league game that ended 0-0 with Guardiola again showing his caution.

“That was a progression,” Solskjaer said Tuesday, “staying more in the game. You never know what kind of system he (Guardiola) is going to come up with, but you know you have to defend really well against Man City.

“There have been some fascinating games. I feel we have got closer and closer to them.”

Solskjaer has said since joining United in November 2018 that Liverpool and City are the yardsticks to which United needs to judge itself. It has been an arduous journey but his team is finally at the stage where it can challenge England’s top two teams.

The Norwegian coach said there have been no lingering effects of the losses in the semifinals last season — in the League Cup, FA Cup and Europa League.

In fact, Solskjaer said, it has made United stronger.

“When you get to a semi, you have done a lot of good work to get there,” he said. “Naturally you play against better and better opposition. We have improved immensely in a year … it’s easy to say have we learnt but it’s not about learning, it’s about fine margins.”

What is ESPN Plus?

ESPN Plus is a streaming service available from ESPN for $5.99 a month (you can cancel any time, so if you wanted to sign up Friday and then cancel on Sunday, you’d only be charged for one month). ESPN Plus gives you access to select live games from pro and college sports.

Cable and satellite packages like Spectrum, Verizon and DirecTV don’t give you access to ESPN Plus, so if you want to watch the fight card using legal methods, you’re going to have to pay $5.99 or find a bar that has the bout on. (Conversely, ESPN Plus does not give you access to ESPN, ESPN2 and ESPNU).

ESPN+ is accessible via the ESPN App on most devices, including Amazon Fire, Apple, Android, Chromecast, PS4, Roku, Xbox and more.

What does ESPN Plus include?

ESPN Plus is an over-the-top streaming service for the sports fan who loves to watch a lot of live sports like college football and basketball, international basketball, international and Major League Soccer and MLB. It also has its own original programming TV series. Your subscription also gets you access to the exclusive articles and content on ESPN Insider on the ESPN website.

How much does ESPN Plus cost?

$5.99 a month, or $49.99 a year. The subscription doesn’t include access to certain pay-per-view events, such as UFC 257: Poirier vs. McGregor 2. Those events cost extra, but are still exclusive to the ESPN+ service.

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What channel is Manchester United vs Manchester City on? TV and live stream info for Carabao Cup semi-final, Crosstown rivals meet again as Manchester United faces Manchester City for a shot at the finals of the English Football League Carabao Cup at Old Trafford on Wednesday, January 6 (1/6/2021).

In the U.S., the match will be broadcast exclusively on ESPN Plus.

For Manchester City, it’s a chance to get closer to the record four cup victories in a row, set by Liverpool in 1984. City beat Arsenal 4-1 in the quarter-finals to advance, and hasn’t lost an EFL Cup game since 2016, when it fell to the same opponents they’re preparing to face on Wednesday.

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For Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, it’s yet another chance to finally lead his team out in a final, one he doesn’t want to let slip through his fingers again.

“We are confident and we are in good form,” Solskjaer told CBS Sports. “There are no excuses.”

The Red Devils beat Everton 2-0 to advance to the semis. In their last meeting with City in the English Premier League, the teams drew 0-0.

The winning side will face Tottenham Hotspur in the finals.

Here’s how to watch the game:

What: EFL Carabao Cup Semi-final

Who: Man. United vs. Man. City

When: Wednesday, January 6, 2021

Where: Old Trafford

Time: 2:45 p.m. ET

TV: Unavailable

Live stream: ESPN Plus

Over the next seven days, Manchester United can reach a cup final and climb to the top of the Premier League — all at the expense of its two biggest rivals, Manchester City and Liverpool.

It makes for a potentially transformative week for United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, who just a month ago was under real pressure — not for the first time in his turbulent, two-year tenure — after a group-stage elimination in the Champions League.

Now, Solskjaer is on the cusp of what would be seen as something of a breakthrough for United, English soccer’s grandest club which has not won a trophy since 2017 and was beaten in the semifinals of three competitions last season.

First up is a meeting with Man City in the League Cup semifinals, a repeat of last season but this time being played over only one leg because of the condensed, coronavirus-impacted season.

Twelve months ago, City won the first leg at Old Trafford 3-1 and ended up holding on for a 1-0 loss in the second leg at home to advance to a final Pep Guardiola’s team would win against Aston Villa.

Then, next Tuesday, United will travel to Burnley needing only to avoid defeat to move above Liverpool and into first place in the league after 17 games. Quite the motivation, considering United’s next match is at Anfield on Jan. 17.

United, it seems, is back in the conversation when it comes to winning silverware. And that has got its rivals on edge.

Perhaps that was the reason Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp, out of nowhere, referred to United’s penchant for winning penalties in his post-match news conference after a 1-0 loss at Southampton on Monday.

“I hear now,” Klopp said, “that Manchester United had more penalties in two years than I had in five-and-a-half years (at Liverpool).

“I’ve no idea if that’s my fault, or how that can happen.”

Whether or not it was a ploy to plant a seed in the mind of referees, Klopp clearly has United in his thoughts.

Then there’s Guardiola, who has changed his approach to games this season by making his team more defensive-minded and less vulnerable to the counterattack. Nowhere has this vulnerability been more apparent than in matches against United, which has won three of the last five Manchester derbies — mostly through its ruthlessness on the counterattack.

The last derby was on Dec. 12, a cagey league game that ended 0-0 with Guardiola again showing his caution.

“That was a progression,” Solskjaer said Tuesday, “staying more in the game. You never know what kind of system he (Guardiola) is going to come up with, but you know you have to defend really well against Man City.

“There have been some fascinating games. I feel we have got closer and closer to them.”

Solskjaer has said since joining United in November 2018 that Liverpool and City are the yardsticks to which United needs to judge itself. It has been an arduous journey but his team is finally at the stage where it can challenge England’s top two teams.

The Norwegian coach said there have been no lingering effects of the losses in the semifinals last season — in the League Cup, FA Cup and Europa League.

In fact, Solskjaer said, it has made United stronger.

“When you get to a semi, you have done a lot of good work to get there,” he said. “Naturally you play against better and better opposition. We have improved immensely in a year … it’s easy to say have we learnt but it’s not about learning, it’s about fine margins.”

What is ESPN Plus?

ESPN Plus is a streaming service available from ESPN for $5.99 a month (you can cancel any time, so if you wanted to sign up Friday and then cancel on Sunday, you’d only be charged for one month). ESPN Plus gives you access to select live games from pro and college sports.

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Cable and satellite packages like Spectrum, Verizon and DirecTV don’t give you access to ESPN Plus, so if you want to watch the fight card using legal methods, you’re going to have to pay $5.99 or find a bar that has the bout on. (Conversely, ESPN Plus does not give you access to ESPN, ESPN2 and ESPNU).

ESPN+ is accessible via the ESPN App on most devices, including Amazon Fire, Apple, Android, Chromecast, PS4, Roku, Xbox and more.

What does ESPN Plus include?

ESPN Plus is an over-the-top streaming service for the sports fan who loves to watch a lot of live sports like college football and basketball, international basketball, international and Major League Soccer and MLB. It also has its own original programming TV series. Your subscription also gets you access to the exclusive articles and content on ESPN Insider on the ESPN website.

How much does ESPN Plus cost?

$5.99 a month, or $49.99 a year. The subscription doesn’t include access to certain pay-per-view events, such as UFC 257: Poirier vs. McGregor 2. Those events cost extra, but are still exclusive to the ESPN+ service.

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What channel is Manchester United vs Manchester City on? TV and live stream info for Carabao Cup semi-final

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What channel is Manchester United vs Manchester City on? TV and live stream info for Carabao Cup semi-final, Crosstown rivals meet again as Manchester United faces Manchester City for a shot at the finals of the English Football League Carabao Cup at Old Trafford on Wednesday, January 6 (1/6/2021).

In the U.S., the match will be broadcast exclusively on ESPN Plus.

For Manchester City, it’s a chance to get closer to the record four cup victories in a row, set by Liverpool in 1984. City beat Arsenal 4-1 in the quarter-finals to advance, and hasn’t lost an EFL Cup game since 2016, when it fell to the same opponents they’re preparing to face on Wednesday.

Watch Man United vs Man City Live Stream Reddit

For Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, it’s yet another chance to finally lead his team out in a final, one he doesn’t want to let slip through his fingers again.

“We are confident and we are in good form,” Solskjaer told CBS Sports. “There are no excuses.”

The Red Devils beat Everton 2-0 to advance to the semis. In their last meeting with City in the English Premier League, the teams drew 0-0.

The winning side will face Tottenham Hotspur in the finals.

Here’s how to watch the game:

What: EFL Carabao Cup Semi-final

Who: Man. United vs. Man. City

When: Wednesday, January 6, 2021

Where: Old Trafford

Time: 2:45 p.m. ET

TV: Unavailable

Live stream: ESPN Plus

Over the next seven days, Manchester United can reach a cup final and climb to the top of the Premier League — all at the expense of its two biggest rivals, Manchester City and Liverpool.

It makes for a potentially transformative week for United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, who just a month ago was under real pressure — not for the first time in his turbulent, two-year tenure — after a group-stage elimination in the Champions League.

Now, Solskjaer is on the cusp of what would be seen as something of a breakthrough for United, English soccer’s grandest club which has not won a trophy since 2017 and was beaten in the semifinals of three competitions last season.

First up is a meeting with Man City in the League Cup semifinals, a repeat of last season but this time being played over only one leg because of the condensed, coronavirus-impacted season.

Twelve months ago, City won the first leg at Old Trafford 3-1 and ended up holding on for a 1-0 loss in the second leg at home to advance to a final Pep Guardiola’s team would win against Aston Villa.

Then, next Tuesday, United will travel to Burnley needing only to avoid defeat to move above Liverpool and into first place in the league after 17 games. Quite the motivation, considering United’s next match is at Anfield on Jan. 17.

United, it seems, is back in the conversation when it comes to winning silverware. And that has got its rivals on edge.

Perhaps that was the reason Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp, out of nowhere, referred to United’s penchant for winning penalties in his post-match news conference after a 1-0 loss at Southampton on Monday.

“I hear now,” Klopp said, “that Manchester United had more penalties in two years than I had in five-and-a-half years (at Liverpool).

“I’ve no idea if that’s my fault, or how that can happen.”

Whether or not it was a ploy to plant a seed in the mind of referees, Klopp clearly has United in his thoughts.

Then there’s Guardiola, who has changed his approach to games this season by making his team more defensive-minded and less vulnerable to the counterattack. Nowhere has this vulnerability been more apparent than in matches against United, which has won three of the last five Manchester derbies — mostly through its ruthlessness on the counterattack.

The last derby was on Dec. 12, a cagey league game that ended 0-0 with Guardiola again showing his caution.

“That was a progression,” Solskjaer said Tuesday, “staying more in the game. You never know what kind of system he (Guardiola) is going to come up with, but you know you have to defend really well against Man City.

“There have been some fascinating games. I feel we have got closer and closer to them.”

Solskjaer has said since joining United in November 2018 that Liverpool and City are the yardsticks to which United needs to judge itself. It has been an arduous journey but his team is finally at the stage where it can challenge England’s top two teams.

The Norwegian coach said there have been no lingering effects of the losses in the semifinals last season — in the League Cup, FA Cup and Europa League.

In fact, Solskjaer said, it has made United stronger.

“When you get to a semi, you have done a lot of good work to get there,” he said. “Naturally you play against better and better opposition. We have improved immensely in a year … it’s easy to say have we learnt but it’s not about learning, it’s about fine margins.”

What is ESPN Plus?

ESPN Plus is a streaming service available from ESPN for $5.99 a month (you can cancel any time, so if you wanted to sign up Friday and then cancel on Sunday, you’d only be charged for one month). ESPN Plus gives you access to select live games from pro and college sports.

Cable and satellite packages like Spectrum, Verizon and DirecTV don’t give you access to ESPN Plus, so if you want to watch the fight card using legal methods, you’re going to have to pay $5.99 or find a bar that has the bout on. (Conversely, ESPN Plus does not give you access to ESPN, ESPN2 and ESPNU).

ESPN+ is accessible via the ESPN App on most devices, including Amazon Fire, Apple, Android, Chromecast, PS4, Roku, Xbox and more.

What does ESPN Plus include?

ESPN Plus is an over-the-top streaming service for the sports fan who loves to watch a lot of live sports like college football and basketball, international basketball, international and Major League Soccer and MLB. It also has its own original programming TV series. Your subscription also gets you access to the exclusive articles and content on ESPN Insider on the ESPN website.

How much does ESPN Plus cost?

$5.99 a month, or $49.99 a year. The subscription doesn’t include access to certain pay-per-view events, such as UFC 257: Poirier vs. McGregor 2. Those events cost extra, but are still exclusive to the ESPN+ service.