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Where and how to watch Barcelona vs Antwerp LIVE



A new season of the prestigious UEFA Champions League has begun this week with the group stage matches. Newcastle is making its comeback facing Milan for a 0-0 game until now; Barcelona will be the second match of the day and is going to play against Royal Antwerp and will try to ensure their first three points of the tournament.

The kickoff for Barcelona vs Royal Antwerp is set for Tuesday September 19th at 3:00 pm ET and will be played at Estadi Olimpic Lluis Company in order to start the first week of the Champions League.

Barcelona couldn’t make it to the finals for the last edition of the European tournament, where Manchester City ended victorious and won the treble prize. Royal Antwerp, on the other hand, was eliminated from the tournament in a 2-1 loss against AEK Athens in the group stage.

If you wish to watch Xavi’s Barcelona debut in the UEFA Champions League, you’ll be able to watch via streaming through Paramount+ in the United States.


Barcelona vs Antwerp odds

Barcelona hasn’t made so many changes to their initial squad in order to face Antwerp. Unfortunately, Pedri won’t be playing at the midfield but Fermin Lopez’s return from suspension will help to protect the Blaugranas middle field and substitute Unai Hernandez.

Ronald Araujo will join Pedri into the injury reserve list as he is still recovering from a calf injury, but he is expected to return to the training camp throughout the week in order to return for the next La Liga’s week.

Ortwin De Wolf, Davino Verhulst, Bjorn Engels, Sam Vines, and Kobe Corbanie, five several key players from Antwerp’s squad will miss the opening week of UEFA’s Champions League against Barcelona because they have been added to the injury reserve list, and therefore, the will be sidelined.

Leading their attack is Vincent Janssen, who has been in fine form this season with six goals in eight appearances. The 29-year-old forward is expected to play a crucial role once again in the team’s frontline.


Barcelona possible XI: Ter Stegen; Cancelo, Kounde, Christensen, Balde; Gavi, De Jong, Gundogan; Yamal, Lewandowski, Felix.

Antwerp possible XI: Butez; Bataille, Van den Bosch, Coulibaly, De Laet; Keita, Ekkelenkamp, Vermeeren; Balikwisha, Janssen, Muja.

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