How to watch the La Liga game between Barcelona and Cadiz, as well as kick-off time and team news.
The Blaugrana were held to a goalless draw at Getafe last weekend, while Cadiz kicked off their campaign with a 1-0 win at home to Alaves.
Here AIM brings you everything you need to know about how to watch, including TV channel, streaming details and more.
Barcelona vs Cadiz kick off time and stadium
The Spanish Primera Division match between Barcelona and Cadiz will be played at the Luis Companys Olympic Stadium in Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain.
It will start at 6:30 p.m. BST on August 20 in the United Kingdom (United Kingdom).
How to Watch Barcelona vs Cadiz Online – TV Channels & Live Streams
AIM will have live updates of the game on its Live Match Center page.
Team News and Squads
Barcelona team news
Barcelona have confirmed that Ronald Araujo injured his left leg hamstring biceps femoris, while Inigo Martinez is not yet fully recovered from a foot injury, although he took part in training on Thursday for some time.
Rafina is suspended for two games after the Brazilian’s red card against Getafe, and Abde Ezzalzouli is likely to start alongside Robert Lewandowski And Gavi in the top three.
With Xavi also suspended for two games, Barca boss Oscar Hernandez’s brother will make the decisions from the touchline.
Serge Roberto can be used at the right rear, while Andreas Christensen is deemed fit for Sunday’s game.
Possible Barcelona XI: Ter Stegen; Roberto, Koundé, Christensen, Baldé; Pedri, De Jong, Gundogan; Ezzalzouli, Lewandowski, Gavi.
News from the Cadiz team
Gonzalo Escalante is suspended after being sent off in Alaves’ win, with the summer arrival sent off after playing on the bench against Alaves, while players like Brian Ocampo, Sergi Guardiola And Victor Chust are all injured.
As such, there’s a good chance that Cadiz boss Sergio Gonzalez will stick with an unchanged XI, as Escalante was also off the bench before receiving his marching orders.
Chris Ramos And Roger Martin will once again be ready to lead the line of attack.
Cádiz possible XI: Ledesma; Carcelen, Fali, L. Hernandez, J. Hernandez; Alejo, Emeterio, Alcaraz, Machis; Ramos, Roger.
It should be noted that Barcelona have only won two of their last six encounters with Cadiz, the last five being listed below, and once in 2022 have edged the Cullers by a solitary goal in matches at the Camp Nou.