Celta Vigo vs. Barcelona: Preview and TV schedule

David Ramos

Barcelona will be looking for their tenth victory in eleven games as they travel to face 15th placed Celta Vigo.

Barcelona will look to carry the momentum on from their Clásico win on Saturday as they travel to the Estadio Municipal de Balaídos to face Celta Vigo.

Head coach Gerardo Martino is expected to once again rotate his squad during this busy stretch of three games in less than a week's time. Alexis Sanchez and Pedro Rodriguez could make returns to the lineup after starting on the bench over the weekend. It'll be tough for Martino to take Neymar out of the lineup though as the young Brazilian has been improving with every match played, including a goal and an assist against Madrid.

Celta will look to surprise the Blaugrana and should be full of confidence after their 5-0 triumph of Málaga on Saturday. Michael Krohn-Dehli, who's been sidelined with an ankle injury, could return to the lineup for Luis Enrique.

Celta Vigo injuries and suspensions

In Doubt: Michael Krohn-Dehli (ankle).

Barcelona injuries and suspensions

Out: Gerard Piqué (hamstring), Isaac Cuenca (knee), Jordi Alba (hamstring), Jonathan dos Santos (knee)

Gerard Piqué played through a minor hamstring injury against Real Madrid but has been left off the traveling roster for Tuesday's match to allow him recovery time. Jordi Alba remains out as well still several weeks away from returning to action with his second straight hamstring problem.

Projected lineups

Celta Vigo: Yoel, Hugo Mallo, Gustavo Cabral, Andreu Fontás, Jon Aurtenetxe, Borja Oubiña, Augusto Fernández, Álex López, Santiago Mina, Charles, Nolito.

Barcelona: Victor Valdés, Dani Alves, Carles Puyol, Javier Mascherano, Adriano, Sergio Busquets, Xavi Hernández, Andrés Iniesta, Alexis Sánchez, Lionel Messi, Neymar

Match Date/Time: 10 p.m. local, 5 p.m. ET

Venue: Estadio Municipal de Balaídos, Vigo, Spain

TV: beIN Sport, beIN Sport en Español (U.S.), Sky Sports 2 (U.K.), GOL T, Canal+ Liga

Online: beIN Sport Play (U.S.), Sky Go (U.K.), GOL Stadium (Spain)

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