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Barcelona vs. Getafe LIVE STREAM (2/24/24): Watch Spanish LALIGA online | Time, TV, channel. Barcelona will want to take advantage of Girona's recent slip, as Xavi's men look to leapfrog their way to the second spot when they play host to Getafe in Saturday's La Liga tie at Estadio Olimpic Lluis Companys.


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At a time Girona lost their last two league games, the Blaugrana are eyeing to extend a five-game unbeaten run in all competitions after a 1-1 draw with Napoli in the mid-week.


Meanwhile, Getafe aim to make some strides in the mid-table league standings following a 1-1 draw with Villarreal amid a three-game unbeaten run.


Here’s what you need to know:


What: Spanish LALIGA


Who: Barcelona vs. Getafe


When: Feb. 24, 2024 (2/24/24)


Time: 10:15 a.m. ET


Where: Estadi Olímpic Lluís Companys


TV: ESPN+


It is just the quartet of Ferran Torres, Alejandro Balde, Marcos Alonso and Gavi in Barca's treatment room now, as Sergi Roberto and Joao Felix were included in the squad against Napoli.


Felix can play another cameo role off the bench, but Lamine Yamal emerges as a doubt due to a knock. So, Raphinha could join Robert Lewandowski and Pedri in attack instead.


A knee injury renders Mauro Arambarri unavailable for the rest of this season, while Fabricio Angileri is a doubt on account of a muscular problem.


Jordi Martin was forced off against Villarreal at the weekend and would need a once-over ahead of kickoff, leaving the doors open for Carles Alena's involvement in midfield.


Linked with a move to Barcelona, the Manchester United-owned Mason Greenwood should see himself in the XI once again.


After securing a somewhat disappointing result in the first leg of the Champions League Round of 16—a 1-1 draw, not for the score itself, which was quite favorable, but because a victory was within reach—Barcelona is looking to move past that match and refocus on La Liga.


Currently, they are not faring well, trailing the leaders, Real Madrid, by 8 points. However, they remain determined not to concede the league title race. Their upcoming opponents, Getafe, are aiming to earn points to move closer to the qualification spots for international competitions.


Barcelona enters Saturday’s home match in third position in the 2023-’24 LaLiga standings with a 16-6-3 overall record and 54 points. Barca trails only Real Madrid (62 points) and Girona (56) in the league pecking order and could stand to make a jump by improving its play on the defensive side of the field. Barcelona has given up over twice as many goals as LaLiga leader Real Madrid (34 to 16) and is tied with Getafe for most goals allowed (34) by any team in the current top 10.


But while Barcelona has a high-powered offense that runs around the scoring prowess of Robert Lewandowski and his 12 goals, Getafe hasn’t found the same level of scoring depth behind Borja Mayoral, whose 15 goals are second-most in LaLiga this season. Getafe is one of just six teams in the league to have played in double-digit draws (10) this season, showing the ability to compete with LaLiga’s best but not always the ability to separate and win matches.


Xavi Hernandez's side were held to a 1-1 midweek UEFA Champions League draw away at Napoli and the competition remains their only realistic chance of a trophy this season. Barcelona trail league leaders Real Madrid by eight points ahead of this weekend and they are still battling to secure a Champions League qualification spot for the 2024-25 campaign.


Barcelona host Getafe on Saturday with a chance to extend their six-game unbeaten run at Estadi Olimpic Lluis Companys in La Liga. Xavi's side sit third in the Spanish topflight and trail leaders Real Madrid by eight points while the visitors are in 10th and six points behind Real Sociedad in sixth. Barca are unbeaten in five games which coincides with their head coach announcing his departure at the end of the season, with 10 points from a possible 12 in La Liga during that run.


Atletico Madrid are three points behind the Catalan giants in fourth and the Blaugrana drew 1-1 with Napoli in midweek with Athletic Club and RCD Mallorca coming up before the return leg against the Italians. Barca have lost three of their games at their temporary home of Estadi Olimpic Lluis Companys this campaign and Getafe did hold their hosts to a draw earlier this season which has been the case in three of their last four meetings. Tough opponents, Jose Bordalas' men have lost just one of their last five and drawn three times away from home in their last four outings.


Joao Felix and Sergi Roberto returned against Napoli although Ferran Torres, Alejandro Balde, Gavi and Marcos Alonso remain unavailable. Xavi is unlikely to fiddle with his XI too much but 16-year-old Lamine Yamal's fitness levels could be an influencing factor so do not rule out seeing Raphinha start here.


Mauro Arambarri is out for the season while Fabricio Angileri is a doubt and Jordi Martin requires a late fitness test. Carles Alena is likely to start while Mason Greenwood will hope to impress Barca after being linked with a summer move there.


Last time out, Barcelona wound up with a draw by a score of 1-1 away from home against SSC Napoli, taking 13 shots and outshooting Napoli by five.


Getafe drew with Villarreal CF 1-1 on the road in its last game on February 16, and was outshot 17 to 11. Nemanja Maksimovic scored his team’s only goal in the match.

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