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How to watch Barcelona vs Frankfurt in the 2021-22 Europa League from India?

12:09 PM MYT 13/04/2022
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The German side proved a tough nut to crack in the reverse fixture but Xavi Hernandez's men will look to seal the win in the second leg...

Barcelona are set to host Eintracht Frankfurt at Camp Nou in the second leg of their Europa League quarter-final clash, on Thursday.

In the first leg, Frankfurt missed quite a few chances to score but had to settle for a 1-1 draw at Duetsche Bank Park. Barcelona's Ferran Torres equalised after Ansgar Knauff's 48th minute volley had put the hosts ahead.

Despite playing with 10 men after Tuta was sent off in the 78th minute, Oliver Glasner's men held on to the draw.

Here's how to watch Barcelona vs Frankfurt in the 2021-22 Europa League from India.

What time does Barcelona vs Frankfurt start?


Barcelona vs Frankfurt


Friday, April 15


12:30am IST

How to watch Barcelona vs Frankfurt on TV & live stream in India

The Sony Pictures Sports Network (SPSN) has the rights to show UEFA Europa League matches in India.

Matches will also be available to stream via SonyLIV app and website, besides JioTV mobile app, allowing supporters to watch multiple games simultaneously and catch the replay of matches.

TV channels (English)

Online streaming

Sony Ten 2 SD & HD

SonyLIV, JioTV

Barcelona vs Frankfurt: Team news & key stats

Gerard Pique was injured in the first leg against Frankfurt and he will be sidelined from this fixture alongside Sergi Roberto, Sergino Dest and Samuel Umtiti. Dani Alves, meanhwile, is ineligible.

A late call will be taken on Memphis Depay's involvement following the Dutchman's thigh injury, while Ansu Fati has only just returned to training so far.

As for Frankfurt, Tuta is suspended after his sending off in the first leg. Midfielder Djibril Sow remains a doubt after suffering a knock in the 2-1 Freiburg loss on Sunday.

Christopher Lenz and Diant Ramaj are also out injured for the visitors.

Key Stats:

  • Barcelona have won 14 of their last 16 home games against German sides in European competition (L2), however this will be the first such fixture played outside of the UEFA Champions League since January 1998 – a 2-0 win for Barcelona in the European Super Cup final (first leg) against Borussia Dortmund.
  • Eintracht Frankfurt are unbeaten in their last nine games against Spanish sides in European competition (W5 D4), including the last four away from home (W3 D1) – they won 2-1 away to Real Betis in the previous round this season.
  • Barcelona have only failed to progress from one of their last six knockout stage ties in European competition when avoiding defeat in the first leg, with that elimination coming against Liverpool – the eventual winners – in the UEFA Champions League semi-finals in 2018-19 (3-0 in first leg, 0-4 in second leg).
  • Ferran Torres has been directly involved in four goals in five appearances for Barcelona in European competition (two goals, two assists); the most of any player since he joined the club.
  • Eintracht Frankfurt’s Filip Kostic has created eight chances following a carry (moving 5+ metres with the ball) in the UEFA Europa League this season, the most of any player in the competition.

(Stats: Opta)

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