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Barcelona vs Celta Vigo, Live Stream: Time, TV Schedule and How to Watch La Liga Online

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Time sure can drag huh? It's "only" been two weeks since we last saw the Blaugrana in action, but to me at least that has felt like an eternity. So long in fact that I've all but forgotten about our recent spell of dominance, and so long that I nearly, so nearly, forgot about our victory in El Clasico over Real Madrid. Not quite though, and in preparing to write the preview for this match, all those pleasant memories came flooding back.

Our emphatic victories over Manchester City. The Jeremy Mathieu header in the Clasico. Luis Suarez' winner. Great times that are doing their best to blot out a period of uncertainty and mediocrity that plagued the middle of our campaign. Those memories also linger like a bad smell; the loss to Celta Vigo at the Camp Nou just one example. Tonight, Barça have a chance at redemption, at vengeance, and I for one, am anxious to see them take it. Let's reminder Celta -- and the rest of La Liga -- who's boss in this title race.

Match Date/Time: Sunday, April 5, 9.00 p.m. local time, 4.00 p.m. ET

Venue: Estadio Balaidos, Vigo, Spain

TV: beIN Sports en Espanol (U.S. - Spanish), Canal+ 1 / HD / 30 (Spain), Star Sports HD 2 Asia (India), Sky Sports 5 / HD (UK)

Online: beIN Sports Connect (U.S./Canada), fuboTV (U.S), SkyGo (UK)

(Listings via LiveSoccerTV)

A quick note: you might have noticed fuboTV among the online stream listings. This is a very cool new site that provides a LEGAL, high-quality live streaming service that now includes beIN SPORTS. If you're not able to buy cable or you're not near your TV during Barcelona games, you can watch Barça online in HD at fuboTV for only $6.99 per month! Sign up now!