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Eintracht Frankfurt v Barcelona

Eintracht Frankfurt vs Barcelona: TV channel, live stream, team news & preview

5:00 PM GMT+4 07/04/2022
Pedri Barcelona 2021-22
The Blaugrana are in their richest vein of form of the season so far, and will back themselves to go all the way to the final

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Barcelona can put one foot into the semi-finals of the Europa League if they can deliver the goods against Eintracht Frankfurt when the pair meet in the first leg of their quarter-final clash on Thursday.

Watch Eintracht Frankfurt vs Barcelona on fuboTV (try for free)

The Blaugrana are in their richest vein of form of the season so far, and will back themselves to go all the way to the final - but they must first overcome a Bundesliga outfit looking to spring a result of their own.

Ahead of the game, GOAL has the details of how to watch on TV, stream online, team news and more.

Games Eintracht Frankfurt vs Barcelona
Date April 7, 2022
Times 3pm ET, 12pm PT
Stream fubo TV (try for free)

TV channel, live stream & how to watch

In the United States (US), Europa League matches can be watched live and on-demand with fuboTV (try for free).

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U.S. TV channelOnline stream
TUDNfubo TV (try for free)

Team news & rosters

PositionFrankfurt roster
Goalkeepers Trapp, Grahl, Ramaj
Defenders Ndicka, Hinteregger, Toure, Hasebe, Da Costa, Lenz, Tuta, Durm
Midfielders Ilsanker, Jakic, Hrustic, Sow, Kostic, Kamada, Rode, Chandler, Barkok, Lindstrom

Forwards

Lammers, Borre, Ache, Hauge, Knauff, Paciencia

The Bundesliga outfit have struggled to find a winning mentality in recent weeks, but nor have they found themselves on the wrong end of the scorelines either.

Still, a run of draws may not cut it against a Liga outfit who are hot to the touch right now, and Frankfurt will need to dig deep to deliver a promising result before the return trip to Spain.

Predicted Frankfurt starting XI: Trapp; Hinteregger, Ndicka, Tuta; Knauff, Sow, Jakic, Kostic; Kamada, Lindstrom; Borre.

PositionBarcelona roster
Goalkeepers Ter Stegen, Neto, Carevic, Tenas
Defenders Dest, Pique, Araujo, Alves, Lenglet, Alba, Roberto, Mingueza, Umtiti, Garcia, Balde, Comas, Jaime, Marmol
Midfielders Busquets, Puig, Gonzalez, Pedri, F. de Jong, Gavi, Catalan, De Vega
Forwards Dembele, Depay, Fati, Traore, Braithwaite, L. de Jong, Torres, Aubameyang, Jutgla, Ezzalzouli, Akhomach, Pedrola

A routine win over Sevilla, that might not have been so routine six months ago, at the weekend underscores just how far Barcelona have come under Xavi - but their revival will not be complete until they have a trophy to show for it.

If they can play like they did when they tore apart Real Madrid in El Clasico last month, they'll be hot favourites to head to the last four.

Predicted Barcelona starting XI: Ter Stegen; Araujo, Pique, Garcia, Alba; Pedri, Busquets, De Jong; Traore, Aubameyang, Torres.

Last five results

Frankfurt resultsBarcelona results
Frankfurt 0-0 Furth (Apr 2)Barcelona 1-0 Sevilla (Apr 3)
Frankfurt 1-1 Nurnberg (Mar 24)Real Madrid 0-4 Barcelona (Mar 20)
RB Leipzig 0-0 Frankfurt (Mar 20)Galatasaray 1-2 Barcelona (Mar 17)
Frankfurt 1-1 Real Betis (Mar 17)Barcelona 4-0 Osasuna (Mar 13)
Frankfurt 2-1 Bochum (Mar 13)Barcelona 0-0 Galatasaray (Mar 10)