LaLiga Round 36: Barcelona vs Celta Vigo Match Preview, Schedule & Lineups

Barcelona vs Celta Vigo

Barcelona vs Celta Vigo
SCHEDULE
TIME
Match:
Barcelona vs Celta Vigo
Tournament:
LaLiga Round 36
Date:
Wed, May 11 2022
Time:
1:00 a.m. Indian time (UTC+5:30)
Stadium:
Camp Nou
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Match Finished

FT: Barcelona 3-1 Celta Vigo

  Lineup
Barcelona 
Barcelona XI:  
Ter Stegen, Dani Alves, Araujo, Eric Garcia, Jordi Alba, de Jong, Gavi, Dembele, Depay, Ferran Torres, Aubameyang.
 Lineup
Celta Vigo
Celta Vigo XI: 
Dituro, Vazquez, Aidoo, Araujo, Galan, Beltran, Mendez, Denis Suarez, Cervi, Thiago Galhardo, Iago Aspas.

Barca will host Celta at Camp Nou for the 36th match in La Liga 2021/22, Wednesday (11/05/2022) at 1:00 a.m. Indian time.

Barca just picked up a narrow 2-1 victory over Real Betis through goals from Ansu Fati and Jordi Alba in La Liga last week.

Thanks to this victory, Barca is still in second place in the standings with a collection of 69 points. The victory makes Barca ensure 1 ticket to the Champions League next season because they are 11 points ahead of Betis who are in the fifth position at the moment.

Meanwhile, Celta is currently in the eleventh position in the standings with a collection of 43 points. Celta has confirmed that they are safe from the relegation zone, but it is also certain that they will not finish in the European competition zone.

Celta himself is confident looking at this match. In the last match, Celta managed to beat Deportivo Alaves with a score of 4-0 through goals from Thiago Galhardo, Iago Aspas (2), and Franco Cervi. The victory made Celta only swallow 1 defeat from their last 4 matches (W2 D1 L1).

In the first meeting in the 13th match of the Spanish La Liga this season, Barca and Celta were only able to draw 3-3 at Abanca-BalaĆ­dos. Barca took the lead by 3 goals in the first half through Fati in the 5th minute, Sergio Busquets in the 18th minute, and Memphis Depay in the 34th minute. However, in the second half Celta was able to rise and equalize through Aspas in the 52nd minute, Nolito in the 74th minute, and Aspas' second goal at the end of the match.

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