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FC Barcelona will continue their competitive 2017-18 campaign with the La Liga game against Espanyol after the international break which will be followed by first Champions League match of the season against Italian giants Juventus on Tuesday night, 12 September 2017. Barcelona play as many as 6 games in September and we will have live links of all Barcelona games right here on this page throughout the 2017-18 season.
FC Barcelona are set to take on Valencia in the 2017-18 Spanish La Liga game on Sunday night, 26 November 2017. Its a massive game for both teams with only four points separating the two, a win for Barcelona will really put them in commanding position for the title race while a win for Valencia will open up the title race again. The match kicks off at around 20:45 CET / 19:45 uk time.
Barcelona play as many as 5 games in November including two Champions League ties and three La Liga games. They have already taken a 8 points lead in La Liga and they need to keep up the pace at the top if they were to take league crown away from Madrid.
Welcome to the biggest match of the La Liga season for Barcelona. The Catalan giants have made a historic start to the league campaign, but this could be the game that defines their season and proves whether or not they are real title contenders.
The Blaugrana travel to the Mestalla, one of the toughest stadiums in Europe, to face Valencia in the most anticipated match of the season so far. The Bats have enjoyed a revolution under new manager Marcelino García Toral, who made them a powerhouse in Spain once again.
Valencia are in second place at the moment, four points behind Barça but have clearly played much better football than the league leaders, who are still struggling to play their best stuff under Ernesto Valverde. Valencia are scoring goals for fun and have won their last eight league games, and they’ll provide a true test for Valverde’s men.