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Barcelona vs. Celta Vigo 2016 live stream: Start time, TV schedule, and how to watch online

Celta will be hoping for another miracle upset, but that doesn't seem likely against a focused Barcelona side out to prove a point.

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Every time the train of momentum threatens to derail for Barcelona this season, they bash aside whatever stands in their way. That looks to be the case again on Sunday, as they head to face Celta Vigo, refocused and eager to move past their recent struggles.

Barcelona are coming off a surprisingly tough match in the Champions League that saw them have to come back to beat Borussia Monchengladbach, who took an early lead and played a brave and resilient game-plan to make things as hard for Barcelona as they could. The blaugranes found a way through in the end, though, and now instead of licking their wounds they'll look to head into the international break by adding another commanding win to their record.

A year ago that might have been a tougher task, as Celta rode surprising momentum and some surprising results to a sixth place finish in La Liga. The summer was not kind to them, though, losing several key players, and they've started very slow, sitting all the way down in 14th after six matches. They've been slowly finding their feet of late, however, with a three-match win streak in all competitions, while going undefeated in five all-competitions matches. Still, it's hard to see them getting past Barcelona right now -- unless they can summon some of last season's magic once more.

To watch this match online in the U.S. you can stream it on beIN Sports Connect. The match won't be online in Spain, but for listings in other countries you can check out LiveSoccerTV.

TV: beIN Sports (U.S. - English), beIN SPORTS en Español (U.S. - Spanish), Canal+ Partidazo, Movistar+ (Spain), Sky Sports 5/HD (U.K.)

Match Date/Time: Sunday, 2:45 p.m. ET, 8:45 p.m. local

Venue: Estadio de Balaídos, Vigo, Spain