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((WATCH>>STREAMS!)) Barcelona vs Antwerp Live Free Online Broadcast 13 December 2023


Antwerp vs Barcelona: Live stream, TV channel, kick-off time and where to watch. Barcelona will take on Antwerp in their final group stage game of the Champions League at the Bosuilstadion on Wednesday. The La Liga side are atop Group H and only need to avoid a bad defeat to confirm their progress into the knockout rounds. It shouldn't be too difficult as Antwerp have not registered any points so far in five matches.


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Barcelona will need to be wary of complacency. They are heading into this fixture on the back of a 2-4 loss to Girona in the league and will be looking to return to winning ways. Despite their terrible run in the Champions League so far, Antwerp will be hoping for their fourth consecutive win across all competitions, although that will be difficult as they are up against the league leaders.


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Antwerp vs Barcelona kick-off time

Date: December 13, 2023

Kick-off time: 8pm GMT

Venue: Bosuilstadion


The match will be played at the Bosuilstadion on Wednesday, with kick-off scheduled for 8pm GMT for fans in the UK.


Antwerp forward Arbnor Muja accumulated two unnecessary yellow cards in his team's defeat to Shakhtar, leading to his suspension for Wednesday's game. Meanwhile, midfielder Jurgen Ekkelenkamp continues to serve his ban following a red card on matchday four.


Wingers Anthony Valencia and Jacob Ondrejka are both in recovery from fractures. They will join Bjorn Engels and Jelle Bataille in the treatment room.


Barcelona boss Xavi is dealing with the absence of four known injured players: Gavi , Inigo Martinez, Marc-Andre ter Stegen, and Marcos Alonso. Frenkie de Jong is also not part of the traveling squad due to illness.


With the first leg of the last 16 in sight, Ronald Araujo and Joao Felix face the risk of missing out if they receive yellow cards against Antwerp.


Playing their last game in Champions League, it's a chance to at least end their European journey on a high hosting Barcelona at home. Outside of gate receipts and funds from taking part in the competition, the group stage has only brought moments to forget for Antwerp which is why they have to leave everything on the pitch here despite the tall task of facing Barcelona.


Looking to bounce back, this is a good chance to regain confidence by putting some goals past Antwerp but Barcelona can't run the risk of being overconfident. Although they only need a point to win the group, anything less than a comprehensive victory will be seen as a disappointment that could further impact their La Liga form, so Xavi will need to have the team on all cylinders.


Mark van Bommel's Antwerp have lost all five of their Champions League games so far in Group H and have conceded 15 goals. Winger Arbnor Muja misses out through suspension for the home side with Chidera Ejuke set to replace him.


Xavi has left Robert Lewandowski, Frenkie de Jong, Ilkay Gundogan and Ronald Araujo at home in Barcelona for this game ahead of facing Valencia this weekend. Joao Felix could move into a central role with Ferran Torres recalled out wide.


Royal Antwerp are currently in fourth place in the Belgian Pro League standings and have been fairly impressive so far this season. The home side eased past Cercle Brugge by a 3-1 scoreline over the weekend and will need to work hard to achieve a similar result in this fixture.</