Barcelona are back-to-back La Liga champions and are looking for a third consecutive league title this season, but they don't have an easy task. Overcoming Real Madrid looks like a distant dream at the moment, but the Catalan giants won't give up and will chase their biggest rivals until they can't anymore.
The Blaugrana cannot afford to drop any more points in the league until they meet Madrid in three weeks, regardless of how tough the opponent is. And this Wednesday's opponent is REALLY tough: Sevilla come to the Camp Nou and bring a real challenge to Barça's title hunt.
Jorge Sampaoli has done a wonderful job in his first season in Europe and has been heavily linked with Barça thanks to his high-possession, high-intensity style that has taken La Liga by storm. Sevilla come into this match in a poor run of form, and they went from title challengers to being behind Atlético Madrid in the race for a Champions League place, but Sevilla is still a very very very good team and will make this a very very very difficult match for Barça.
The good news for the hosts is that Lionel Messi is back from suspension and will certainly look to make a huge impact on his return. This is going to be an awesome game. PLEASE, do not miss it.
Date/Time: Wednesday, April 5, 2017, 7:30pm local time, 6:30pm BST (UK), 1:30pm ET, 10:30am PT (USA), 11pm IST (India)
Venue: Camp Nou, Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain
Referee: Carlos Clos Gómez
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