Barcelona vs Real Madrid

Barcelona vs Real Madrid: Live Copa del Rey Leg 2 Live Stream, TV Info nReal Madrid and Barcelona clash in the second leg of the Copa del Rey semi-finals on Wednesday, with the Santiago Bernabeu set to host El Clasico.

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The iconic Spanish clubs drew the first leg 1-1, but Los Blancos hold the slight advantage after scoring an away goal. A repeat of the first-leg scoreline will see extra time played, with a potential penalty shootout deciding proceedings.

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After what’s been a frustrating campaign for Real supporters, the capital city giants could gain some relief if they stop Barca’s dominance of the Copa. The Catalans have won the past four Spanish Cups, with Real last winners back in 2013-14.

It was almost the perfect night for Los Blancos as they took a sixth-minute lead in the first leg through Lucas Vazquez, but Malcom’s second-half equaliser saved the holders’ blushes.

Real have chased Barca’s tail this season. The Bluagrana have dominated La Liga without hitting top gear, and Madrid are on their second coach of the campaign after dismissing Julen Lopetegui in October.

New boss Santiago Solari has guided the ship since October, but the Argentinian could face a similar demise if Real do not capture silverware.

The Copa was always going to be the simplest route to a trophy for Real, but to run into Barca in the last four was a blow. However, holding an away goal, a goalless draw will be enough for Solari to take his team to the final.

Barca travel to the Bernabeu in the knowledge they hold a 5-1 home win against Real in La Liga this season. The defeat was the final straw for Lopetegui, and the former Spain national team boss was quickly ushered out of his job.

The visitors have been in patchy form in recent weeks. Four wins in their last eight in all competitions has displayed how much Barca have taken their foot off the gas. However, Real recently lost on their own turf to Girona in La Liga, with consistency still a huge problem for the European champions.

Without Cristiano Ronaldo, who left for Juventus last summer, Los Blancos are a shadow of what they were 12 months ago. Real president Florentino Perez will need to trigger a serious rebuild in the next transfer window, but a win over Barca always generates deep satisfaction for Madrid fans across the globe.

El Clasico 2019

El Clasico 2019: Live Stream Real Madrid vs FC Barcelona Live Streaming Online of Copa Del Rey Semi Finals Second Leg In what will be the third

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meeting between the Spanish giants, Real Madrid will host Barcelona in the second leg of the semi-final at the Santiago Bernabeu on Wednesday. The first leg of the fixture which was held at the Camp Nou stadium ended in a 1-1 draw. In the match, Lucas Vazquez scored the opener in the sixth-minute following which Malcolm found the back of the net to equalise for the Catalan club.

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Pressure is mounting on the defending European champions Real Madrid, who recently suffered a 2-1 shock defeat at home to minnows Girona and a scrambled victory against Levante on Sunday. The Los Blancos have not the won this competition since 1993, and a win against Barcelona could potentially change the fortunes for the season to come. The Santiago Solari-led could still have a positive season if they go on to clinch the Copa Del Rey. They are also still in contention in the Champions League.

Barcelona are reaping the benefits of an underperforming Real Madrid in the league as they lead the table with a comfortable distance but Valverde and his men will aim to do a double in Spain by retaining the domestic cup title again this season – they have lifted the Copa Del Rey in each of the last four campaigns.

Lionel Messi and his team will head into this crucial tie at the wake of an impressive 4-2 victory over top-four rival Sevilla in the weekend. This match will also mark Valverde’s 100th match as Barca coach and will be eying the fourth trophy under his regime.

What time will the second leg of Copa del Rey semifinal between Barcelona vs Real Madrid take place? The first leg of Copa del Rey semifinal between Real Madrid and Barcelona will take place at 1.30 am IST on Thursday, February 28th. (Feb 27th, Late night Wednesday)

Where is the second leg of Copa del Rey semifinal between Real Madrid vs Barcelona?The second leg of Copa del Rey semifinal between Real Madrid and Barcelona is at the  Real Madrid’s home, Santiago Bernabeu Stadium in Madrid.

Which channels will broadcast the second leg of Copa del Rey semifinal between Barcelona vs Real Madrid? The second leg of Copa del Rey semifinal between Real Madrid and Barcelona channel details will be updated.

How do I watch the free online streaming of second leg of Copa del Rey semifinal between Barcelona vs Real Madrid?The free online streaming of the first leg of Copa del Rey semifinal between Real Madrid and Barcelona can be watched for free on Jio Tv official app in India.

Real Madrid vs Barcelona

Real Madrid vs Barcelona: Live Copa del Rey Leg 2 Live Stream, TV Info Real Madrid and Barcelona clash in the second leg of the Copa del Rey semi-finals on Wednesday, with the Santiago Bernabeu set to host El Clasico.

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The iconic Spanish clubs drew the first leg 1-1, but Los Blancos hold the slight advantage after scoring an away goal. A repeat of the first-leg scoreline will see extra time played, with a potential penalty shootout deciding proceedings.

After what’s been a frustrating campaign for Real supporters, the capital city giants could gain some relief if they stop Barca’s dominance of the Copa. The Catalans have won the past four Spanish Cups, with Real last winners back in 2013-14.

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It was almost the perfect night for Los Blancos as they took a sixth-minute lead in the first leg through Lucas Vazquez, but Malcom’s second-half equaliser saved the holders’ blushes.

Real have chased Barca’s tail this season. The Bluagrana have dominated La Liga without hitting top gear, and Madrid are on their second coach of the campaign after dismissing Julen Lopetegui in October.

New boss Santiago Solari has guided the ship since October, but the Argentinian could face a similar demise if Real do not capture silverware. The Copa was always going to be the simplest route to a trophy for Real, but to run into Barca in the last four was a blow.

However, holding an away goal, a goalless draw will be enough for Solari to take his team to the final. Barca travel to the Bernabeu in the knowledge they hold a 5-1 home win against Real in La Liga this season. The defeat was the final straw for Lopetegui, and the former Spain national team boss was quickly ushered out of his job.

The visitors have been in patchy form in recent weeks. Four wins in their last eight in all competitions has displayed how much Barca have taken their foot off the gas. However, Real recently lost on their own turf to Girona in La Liga, with consistency still a huge problem for the European champions.

Without Cristiano Ronaldo, who left for Juventus last summer, Los Blancos are a shadow of what they were 12 months ago. Real president Florentino Perez will need to trigger a serious rebuild in the next transfer window, but a win over Barca always generates deep satisfaction for Madrid fans across the globe.

Bellator 217

Bellator 217’s main card will start at 9 p.m. ET on DAZN (watch it) and Paramount Network with “Prelims” undercard bouts streaming at 7 p.m. on the Bellator mobile app. MMAmania.com will deliver results and play-by-play for the Bellator 217 card below.

Many readers check in before, during and after the fights to share their thoughts on all of the action. Feel free to leave a comment (or 217) about the bouts and chat with all the other Maniacs during the show — it’s always a lot of fun!

Gallagher is 7-1 and Graham is 5-3 coming into our main event. Black trunks and blue gloves for “Golden” Graham. Gallagher comes out in a silver boxing hoodie with the Irish flag draped over his shoulders. He has the same colors on his trunks, and he’s wearing the red gloves for this bout.

Our co-main event of the evening! SBG Ireland’s Queally is 11-4-1 with the red trunks and gloves, and his opponent Price is 10-7 in the black trunks and blue gloves. Price fights out of Kilkenny, Ireland and Queally out of Dublin. Our referee is Todd Anderson.

Round 1: Price immediately shoves Queally into the fence after the bell. He lands a nice left uppercut from there as the fans sing Cranberries’ “Zombie,” which they’ve been doing since before the fight even began. Price keeps the left leg elevated for a bit so he can stand and deliver, but Queally opens a cut with an elbow, so now Price is considering dropping levels. He keeps working the left uppercuts and Queally doesn’t get free until 1:48. Price shoots for a single leg at 2:08. Queally tags him with the elbow again as the takedown is not there, gets the double underhooks, and turns Price around. Price breaks free at 3:03. Queally lands the overhand right. Price pushes Queally into the fence again. Queally turns him around again and stomps on his foot. Price reverses it and does the same. Left uppercuts and jump knee from Price. Even though Queally did draw blood with a couple of elbows Price actually controlled the cage and did good work in the clinch, winning a 10-9 round.

Round 2: Price has Queally against the fence 14 seconds in. Price throws a wild spinning backfist when they break that misses. Queally tags him with a combo and goes for a jump knee. They clinch and Queally pushes him to the fence. They break at 1:34. Price hurts Queally with a left to the body and presses him into the chain link. More dirty boxing from the clinch. He gives the impression he’d like a takedown but is content to work Queally over standing without it. Queally gets out of it at 3:20. Both men stand and trade for a bit until we’re back on the fence at 3:41. Queally reverses 25 seconds later. They break apart and Queally lands a good right before the end. I’m surprised to say this but 10-9 Price again.

Round 3: Price puts Queally on the fence 13 seconds in and quickly looks to take the back. He can’t get it but he comes back around for a single leg, then drops levels for a double. Queally turns him around at 1:08. Price reverses and they reset to the center. Price with a knee that hit and a backfist that missed leads to a scramble, with Price getting back up at 2:10. He shoots on Queally again to put him on the cage. Back to center at 2:46. Takedown at 3:02 for Price. Queally is up to one knee but back down again before long with Price having one hook in. The fighters are warned not to manipulate the inside of the glove with their fingers. Price nearly gets full mount with 20 seconds left then does with 10 seconds left. Queally gives up his back right before the bell. 10-9 Price. Somehow though I think Queally gets at least one round with the judges — probably R1 due to busting Price open.

Red gloves with black trunks for the 5-0 Crosbie. Blue gloves and black trunks for the 3-2-1 Olejniczak. Crosbie is 28 and his opponent is 31. Crosbie is two inches shorter at 5’11”. Both men are 170 pounds. Crosbie also gives up three inches of reach at 70”. Olejniczak fights out of Belfast, Northern Ireland. SBG Ireland’s Crosbie fights out of Dublin, Ireland. Our referee in charge is Todd Anderson.

Round 1: Both men come quickly to the center after final instructions. Crosbie is content to work from the outer circle and let his opponent come to him, where he fails to get a takedown and Crosbie lets him back up. Crosbie starts to come forward using leg kicks. The crowd is loudly chanting KIE-FER in support. Olejniczak keeps his right hand high as he comes forward for a clinch. Crosbie willingly engages to put him on the fence and throw knees at his legs. He avoids an over the top elbow on the break then tags Olejniczak with a right hand. Crosbie gets a takedown and goes from side control to the back quickly with a rear naked choke. Olejniczak taps.

Gustab has orange trunks and blue gloves for this fight and fights out of Belfast, Northern Ireland. Smullen has solid blue trunks and red gloves for this fight and fights out of Arklow, Ireland. Gustab is 3-3 and Smullen is 3-1-1 as a pro. Our referee in charge is Kerry Hatley.

Round 1: No glove tap. Gustab comes forward pumping the right. Smullen throws kicks and two nice left hooks before hitting a quick takedown to side control at 38 seconds. Smullen steps into guard to prevent Gustab from getting back up then transitions back to half with Gustab pinned to the fence. He jumps to the other side and then starts to take the back with the right hook in. Smullen lets the hook go and then puts it back in as Gustab tries and fails to stand up. 90 seconds left. He lets it go and Gustab gets back to his feet. Smullen throws Gustab back to the ground at 4:08 and gets side control again. 10-9 Smullen.

Round 2: Gustab is still trying to find the range to land his right hand as Smullen is backing him up. Smullen teases a knee and then clinches up on the cage looking for a leg trip. He keeps fighting for it and working Gustab over until he finally has it at 2:11. Left hangs to the face as Gustab tries to push off the fence with his left foot. Gustab keeps him in half guard but that’s about all he can do. Smullen moves to side control at 3:50 and quickly takes a full mount but Gustab bucks him off at 4:10. Smullen quickly gets back to side control. Another 10-9 round for Smullen.

Round 3: Gustab opens with a left hook. Smullen with a body kick. He walks backward with his hands down for a second like he’s taunting Gustab but quickly brings his hands back up. Gustab comes forward winging away at 48 seconds. Gustab tags him with a left jab as Smuller closes the distance and trips another takedown as we pass the one minute mark and quickly gets full mount. Gustab escapes at 1:38. Smullen gets back on and he’s got the back for a rear naked choke with over half the round left but he feels it’s not right and lets it go to get back into full mount. Smullen is going for an arm triangle choke now. Gustab pushes off the fence with his feet to escape it. Side control at 4:15 looking for a kimura. Gustab fends it off and gets up at 4:37. Smullen gets one more takedown for a 10-9.

Stephenson has black trunks with white trim and blue gloves with a 4-2 record. SBG Ireland’s Ward has black trunks and red gloves on with a 5-2 record. Stephenson fights out of Durham, England and Ward out of Dublin, Ireland. Our referee in charge of this contest is Bryan Miner.

Gonzales has on blue trunks with matching gloves for this bout and he fights out of London, England. Curtis has on black trunks and red gloves and is one of the 15 SBG Ireland fighters on tonight’s card, fighting out of Dublin, Ireland. Gonzales is 8-4 and Curtis is 4-1. Our referee for this fight is Todd Anderson.

Round 1: The preliminary stream buffers for a half minute and suddenly goes live to Gonzales trying to take Curtis down against the fence. Curtis widens his stance to block it and Gonzales lets go to reset. Curtis pushes him toward the fence and drops Gonzales with a big right hand, quickly taking full mount and then the back. Gonzales turns over to avoid the rear naked choke but Curtis is still on top in guard. Curtis tries to pass and Gonzales tries to trap a leg. Curtis gets back up throwing knees and lefts and drops Gonzales with a right. Gonzales can barely stand but somehow manages to get a takedown to save himself. Curtis gets back up at 3:19. Curtis stuffs the takedown and is on top throwing shots. Gonzales gets up at 4:03. Curtis is hunting for the right hand — it’s cocked and ready to fly. Instead he drops Gonzales with a knee and takes the back with short time left. Curtis tries to turn but he’s getting pounded on and Anderson waves it off at the LAST second.

Ozyurt is in the full black body suit with the blue gloves for this fight with a pro record of 2-6. McCourt is also in all black with the red gloves and a 1-1 record. Ozyurt missed weight for this fight at 148 pounds and fights out of Zwolle, Netherlands. McCourt fights out of Belfast, Northern Ireland and made weight at 146. Kerry Hatley is the referee.

Round 1: Glove tap. McCourt’s size advantage is as noticeable as her lackluster pro MMA record. Ozyurt quickly pushes her into the fence. McCourt pushes back and gets a takedown to half guard. Full mount at 1:14. McCourt is unloading heavy lefts and rights. Big right elbows are coming over the top as we pass the two minute mark. They stand back up at 2:20 and McCourt is looking to take her right back down. She gets it again with approximately 100 seconds left, quickly gets full mount, and Ozyurt’s head is pinned against the fence. Big left elbow over the top as Hatley takes a close look. Ozyurt’s face is getting mashed. If she survives it’s a 10-8 round for McCourt. McCourt tries and fails to get an armbar and Ozyurt tries and fails to take the back and McCourt is going for a heel hook at the end. Indeed — a 10-8 round for McCourt — AND a medical TKO as the doctors will not let Ozyurt continue.

Bucher has black/white trunks and blue gloves on. SBG Ireland fighter Kiely has pink trunks and red gloves on. Bucher’s record is 3-4 and he fights out of Paris, France. Kiely’s record is 2-1 and he fights out of Dublin, Ireland. Our referee is Bryan Miner.

Round 1: Bucher takes the center and comes forward toward Kiely throwing haymakers before tying up against the fence. Kiely finally turns out free at 1:17. Kiely puts Bucher on his butt with a right hand and lets him back up. Kiely trips Bucher to the ground at 1:56. Bucher is back up at 2:28. Kiely has his hands down at his sides daring Bucher to come at him. Kiely hurts Bucher with a left hook and again with a right as he backs up to the cage. Bucher comes forward with wild shots, one gets through and Kiely has to reset. Kiely drops Bucher with a right, thinks about walking away, and Miner doesn’t immediately stop it so he keeps throwing lefts until he does. Miner nearly gets single legged by the dazed Bucher.

Blue gloves and purple trunks for Leary, 15-9-1 in his career. Red gloves and black trunks for Redmond, 14-8 in his career. Leary fights out of London, England. Redmond fights out of Dublin, Ireland. Our referee in charge is Bryan Miner.

Round 1: Leary is taken down to side control 30 seconds into the fight by Redmond. He quickly gets flipped over by Leary who is on top in guard. Leary can’t keep him grounded as Redmond is back up at 2:14 and looking for another takedown. He backs off at 2:38 then shoots 11 seconds later. Leary widens his stands but Redmond rolls him and then takes the back with one hook in. Redmond is trying very hard to get an arm under for the rear naked choke. Leary slips out before the bell. 10-9 Redmond.

Round 2: Redmond gets touched by a knee early but it wasn’t flush enough to rock him hard. Leary uses it to his advantage though to push Redmond into the fence. They jockey for position there until Redmond gets free at 1:00 then immediately goes for a takedown. They break at 1:44. Body kick for Redmond. He tries to tie up with Leary and Leary puts him on the cage with his head pushed into Redmond’s neck. Redmond gets free but Leary tags him with an uppercut. Redmond drops levels for a takedown and gets it at 3:14. Leary goes for a submission and Redmond backs out and lets him stand back up. Redmond shoots for a single and gets it at 4:10. Redmond goes for the back and doesn’t get it. Leary pushes him into the cage as he gets up then lets him back to center for striking before the round ends. 10-9 Leary.

Round 3: Redmond badly wants a takedown to open R3 and gets it at 33 seconds. He moves to half guard as Leary tries to defend his back. Redmond gets the mount with both hooks into the back at 1:35. All he’s doing now is trying to soften up Leary so he can sink in the rear naked choke for a finish. Leary spins his way on top at 3:58. Redmond ties him up and doesn’t take any damage. Both get up before the bell ends it. Redmond spent more of the round in a dominant position and came closer to finishing. I give it to Redmond 10-9.

Blue gloves with black trunks for 16-3 Crawford fighting out of Dublin, Ireland. Red gloves with black trunks for 17-3 Gahadza fighting out of Southend-on-Sea, England. Gahadza has a 1” reach advantage at 74” but “everything else is virtually identical.” The ref is Bryan Miner.

Round 1: Glove tap to start. Crawford throws a kick high early. Gahadza is trying to keep the center and not be pushed back toward the fence but he’s getting clinched up for knees. Gahadza catches a kick and pushes Crawford away. Crawford comes forward again and Gahadza tries to call time for a kick to the groin. Miner says no. Gahadza drops Crawford with a left head kick and goes to pound it out with hammers. Miner quickly waves him off.

Rubin has the red gloves and is 5-0 and fights out of Tel Aviv, Israel. Razafiarison is 6-1 in the blue gloves and full body suit and fights out of Paris, Francis. Our referee in charge of this contest is Todd Anderson.

Round 1: Respectful glove tap to start. Razafiarison pushes Rubin toward the outside with leg kicks. Rubin searches for a left hook as she eats the kicks to her right leg. Rubin takes a kick up the middle toward her chin. She has a clear height and reach advantage and shows it by uncorking a nice left. Body kick by Rubin. Razafiarison aims a kick up that hits the armpit. She’s trying to duck under Rubin’s reach and throw shots up as she comes in then quickly step out. Rubin is catching her and opening up more with kicks of her own. Razafiarison continues to attack the lead leg and hits a nice takedown at 3:59. Rubin gets back up as Rubin is caught in a potential guillotine trying to take her back down. She drags Rubin back to the ground but Rubin is on top at the bell. 10-9 Razafiarison.

Round 2: Rubin shoots and puts Razafiarison on the fence immediately. Razafiarison throws knees and right hands but Rubin is unfazed. She finally gets go at 49 seconds and goes right back to a single leg. Razafiarison fights it off. Rubin throws left hands and knees. Things just stall out here against the fence. Razafiarison finally escapes at 2:50. Razafiarison shoots a double and gets side control quickly on the ground. She can’t keep Rubin down as she escapes at 4:11 with blood pouring out of Razafiarison’s nose. Rubin has her pinned up against the fence throwing lefts at said same nose. 10-9 Rubin.

Round 3: Rubin has Razafiarison pinned to the cage 12 seconds in. She tries to break free at 75 seconds and it turns into a little bit of a brawl until Rubin tries to pin her up and look for a takedown. The blood continues to stream out of Razafiarison’s nose as Rubin works knees and shots to the body. John McCarthy states the obvious when he says Razafiarison “needs to get off this cage to win this fight.” She’d like to… but she can’t. I’ve got Rubin winning this round 10-9, the fight 29-28, and she might even have won the first round as well.

Manchester City vs West Ham

Pep Guardiola’s side got the better of a dogged Chelsea side during the Carabao Cup final courtesy of a penalty shoot out on Sunday, to win their first piece of silverware of the season. The first step towards a potential historic quadruple.

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​The Hammers were also victorious in their last game, beating ​Fulham 3-1 at the London Stadium, moving them up into ninth position in the Premier League in the process. The game at the Etihad Stadium will be the latest chapter in an enthralling title race, which now sees the ​Citizens trail league leaders ​Liverpool by a single point.

City duo Aymeric Laporte and ​Fernandinho were both substituted during their cup success on Sunday and are therefore doubtful for Wednesday’s league game. ​Gabriel Jesus and ​John Stones were both not part of Manchester City’s cup final squad due to muscular injuries, and it is highly likely that both players will miss this encounter to continue their respective recoveries.

Long term absentees ​Benjamin Mendy and Claudio Bravo are nearing a return, however the visit of West Ham to the Etihad will come too soon for the duo. Paraguayan centre back Fabian Balbuena is a doubt for West Ham ahead of their trip to Manchester, despite returning to first team training this week.

​Jack Wilshere and Winston Reid are nearing returns for the Hammers, however the duo are unlikely to feature for Manuel Pellegrini’s team against the Premier League champions. Manchester City have the upper hand over West Ham in regards to the previous 108 meetings between the two clubs. City have won 54, with West Ham picking up the victory on 37 occasions.

City have been faultless in their last six games against the Hammers, picking up six straight victories, meaning that manager Pep Guardiola is yet to drop any points against Wednesday’s opponents.

You only have to look back four years for West Ham’s last win against City, which encouragingly for the Hammers came at the Etihad. Goals from Chelsea loanee Victor Moses and Diafra Sakho ensured that Kevin De Bruyne’s goal just before half time was nothing more than a consolation, with Manuel Pellegrini – then Man City manager – consigned to a shock defeat.

Earlier in the season, City cruised to a 4-0 win at the London Stadium over Manuel Pellegrini’s current team. ​David Silva, ​Raheem Sterling and a Leroy Sane double giving Pep Guardiola and his team the three points on that occasion.

Manchester City have returned to their usual imperious form, winning six of their last six games in all competitions following their shock 2-1 defeat to Newcastle United at St. James’ Park in January.

Victory over Chelsea at the weekend was not as simple as their 6-0 drubbing of the Blues two weeks’ prior. In their six wins, City have also scored 18 goals, and only conceded four, which will be rather daunting for any side which will be facing Guardiola’s side during their title run-in.

West Ham have recovered from three straight defeats in all competitions by going unbeaten in their last three, one of which, a draw with Liverpool, would have been greatly appreciated by the City faithful.

Worryingly for West Ham, despite not losing in their last three, they have conceded in each game. They will need to tighten up at the back if they are to gain any points from their trip to the Etihad.

Manchester City’s return to form will be bad news for West Ham. The Hammers’ will attempt to contain City attacks and hit them on the break, however West Ham have conceded 40 goals this season, and Man City have scored 74, so it’s hard to see this tactic actually working.  City will continue their Carabao Cup celebrations with a thumping league victory just days after.

Liverpool vs Watford

The Merseyside club were held by bitter rivals Manchester United at the weekend, with Jurgen Klopp’s side stuttering slightly in comparison to their early season form, after failing to score for their second straight game in all competitions.

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​Watford’s last Premier League match saw them run riot in the Welsh capital, as they hammered ​Cardiff City 5-1 at Cardiff City Stadium. Javi Gracia’s could prove to be a huge hurdle for ​Liverpool, with the Hornets are currently in the Premier League, and are unbeaten in their last four games in all competitions.

Worryingly for Liverpool, Brazilian attacker ​Roberto Firmino hobbled off for Liverpool during their 0-0 draw at Old Trafford. The severity of Firmino’s injury is not clear as of yet, meaning he remains a doubt for the clash.

Dejan Lovren’s hamstring injury will continue to be monitored ahead of Watford’s visit to Merseyside, with the Croatian missing the club’s last seven games. Long term absentee ​Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain has returned to training, however whether he is sharp enough to feature at such a pivotal stage in the club’s season, remains to be seen.

Watford full back Jose Holebas will miss his side’s trip to Anfield, as he will serve the final game of his two match suspension, after amassing ten yellow cards this season. Isaac Success, Kiko Femenia and Sebastian Prodl are all likely to be missing for the game, with the trio still recovering from muscular injuries.

Liverpool hold a formidable record against Watford, with the Reds winning 22 of the 31 meetings between the two teams. Watford only winning five, the last of which came in 2015, with a 3-0 win at Vicarage Road, thanks to an Odion Ighalo double and a Nathan Ake strike.

Since that victory for the Hornets, Liverpool have won five of the last six, with the last two meetings at Anfield seeing the home side score 11 goals in 6-1 and 5-0 wins. The meeting between the two sides earlier in the season saw Jurgen Klopp’s team walk out comfortable winners once again, with second half strikes from ​Mohamed Salah, ​Trent Alexander-Arnold and Roberto Firmino securing the three points for the Reds.

Both sides are yet to lose a game in February, with Liverpool’s unbeaten run dating back to their 2-1 defeat to Wolves in the FA Cup on 7 January, and Watford since their 2-1 loss at Wembley Stadium against ​Tottenham Hotspur on 30 January.

To say that Liverpool’s form has faltered of late would seem rather harsh, however three draws in their last four Premier League fixtures has seen their scintillating form at the top of the division slow slightly, allowing ​Manchester City to close the gap between the teams to just a solitary point.

Watford’s thumping win against Cardiff City saw them leapfrog Wolves into seventh place in the race for the final Europa League qualification spot, highlighting how terrific a season they have had under Javi Gracia this season. The Hornets’ form has also seen them progress to the quarter final stage of the FA Cup, after winning 1-0 away at QPR to set up a tie against Premier League rivals ​Crystal Palace.

Despite Watford’s impressive performance during their last match against Cardiff, Liverpool won’t drop many points here, mainly due to the Hornet’s dreadful record against the Reds.

Liverpool’s forward line have not found the net in their last two matches, and it’s hard to imagine that run stretching to a third game, even if Roberto Firmino is unfit. This could be a great opportunity for Jurgen Klopp’s side to recapture some form.

Man Utd vs Crystal

Man Utd vs Crystal: Live Odds, Preview, Live Stream, TV Info Manchester United have won each of their seven away games in all competitions since Ole Gunnar Solskjaer took over as boss, and they will hope to keep a perfect record when they face Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park on Wednesday.

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The Red Devils dropped points for just the second time in 10 Premier League matches under Solskjaer when they drew 0-0 with Liverpool on Sunday. The stalemate made them only the second English team, after Manchester City, to prevent the Merseysiders from scoring this season.

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Arsenal’s 2-0 win at Southampton on Sunday saw them leap one point above United up to fourth, with the Gunners set to host Bournemouth on Wednesday as they seek to retain that advantage. United’s stalemate with Liverpool came at more than a cost of a place in the league, though, as they suffered a slew of first-half injuries that will impact their options for the trip to south London.

Palace are unbeaten in six matches, and they thrashed Leicester City 4-1 at the King Power Stadium on Saturday to collect their biggest win of the season so far. A disastrous first half at Old Trafford on Sunday saw Ander Herrera, Juan Mata and Jesse Lingard all forced off with hamstring injuries in their crunch clash against Liverpool, who were still unable to take advantage.

Solskjaer also said after the match that he’d be surprised if Marcus Rashford featured at Palace, telling Sky Sports the young striker was injured in the opening minute of the Liverpool game:

Rashford, 21, has been crucial to United’s success since Solskjaer took over in December. The youngster has scored in six of his nine Premier League appearances under the Norwegian, and likely replacement Romelu Lukaku doesn’t offer the same dynamism.

United were also rocked by the news that Nemanja Matic suffered an injury in the buildup to Sunday’s clash, and the Manchester Evening News’ Samuel Luckhurst provided a fitness update prior to the Palace trip:

Given the extent of United’s injuries—particularly on the wings—it’s possible fans could see Alexis Sanchez make a second league start under Solskjaer. Other more youthful options include Angel Gomes, 18, and Tahith Chong, 19.

Midfielders Scott McTominay, 22, and Andreas Pereira, 23, were each involved against Liverpool and could return to the fold in south London. The Eagles haven’t beaten United in the league since May 1991, and the recent spate of injuries can only aid a Palace team already high on confidence after the Leicester win moved them up to 13th.

Wilfried Zaha scored twice in their dismantling of the Foxes and celebrated a landmark goal for his boyhood club while netting for the third Premier League match in succession, per Sky Sports Statto: The ex-Manchester United winger will attempt to break a run of five appearances against his old employers without scoring, per Transfermarkt, the most recent of which was their 0-0 draw at Old Trafford in November.

Roy Hodgson will know vulnerable Leicester will likely seem easy prey compared to a rejuvenated United, who have won 11 of their 14 games with Solskjaer as manager.  The Palace manager will have also been encouraged to see Michy Batshuayi, a January loan signing from Chelsea, grow in confidence after netting his first goal for the club on his full debut for the Eagles:

Batshuayi will give Palace a weapon they didn’t have in their last meeting with injury-hit United, whose top-four credentials will be tested at Selhurst Park.

Manchester United vs Crystal Palace

Manchester United vs Crystal Palace: Live Preview: How to Watch, Live Stream, Kick Off Time & Team News ​Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will take his Manchester United side to Selhurst Park to meet Crystal Palace in the Premier League on Wednesday.

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The Red Devils have had a superb run since the legendary Norwegian took control, with the likes of Marcus Rashford and Paul Pogba playing some of the best football of their careers.

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However, they will come up against a resurgent Palace side who have not tasted defeat since mid-January. There are no easy games in the Premier League, and Wednesday’s clash will be yet another example. Here’s 90min’s preview of the match between the Eagles and the Red Devils.

For ​Palace, defenders Aaron Wan-Bissaka and Martin Kelly will likely remain on the sidelines as a result of their muscle injuries, and centre-back ​Mamadou Sakho faces a late fitness test after limping off against ​Leicester City. Connor Wickham and Pape Souare remain unavailable.

​United’s squad took a real beating against ​Liverpool, with ​Ander Herrera, ​Jesse Lingard and ​Juan Mata all leaving the field with injuries. As a result, Solskjaer will likely opt to rest all three, meaning they will join fellow absentees ​Nemanja Matic and ​Anthony Martial on the sidelines. ​Rashford could also miss out, after picking up a knock against Liverpool.

Palace and United have faced off no less than 36 times in the past, with the Red Devils tending to come out on top, securing 24 wins since their first meeting in 1979.

However, the last match between the two sides ended in a goalless draw at Old Trafford, which will certainly give Palace confidence of securing a positive result on Wednesday.

​Surprisingly, the top scorer in this fixture’s history is none other than ​Mata, who has netted four times in 11 meetings with the Eagles. However, the Spaniard will not get the chance to add to that tally, with a hamstring injury forcing him into a period on the sidelines.

Roy Hodgson’s side have impressed greatly in recent weeks. Their last match ended in a 4-1 victory over Leicester, which ultimately cost the Foxes’ boss Claude Puel his job. Palace have not suffered defeat in any competition since the 4-3 loss to Liverpool in mid-January, which has helped them climb up to 13th in the ​Premier League.

However, there are few English sides with more confidence than United, who have wrestled their way back into contention for Champions League qualification with a stunning run of form. They struggled to show their best in Sunday’s draw with Liverpool, but they remain a potent threat.

All the signs suggest that we’re in for an exciting evening at Selhurst Park. Palace, buoyed by the impressive form of ​Michy Batshuayi and ​Wilfried Zaha, will look to take the game to United, and their four goals against Leicester proved that the Eagles are no laughing matter.

United’s injury struggles will certainly test their squad. Without Matic and ​Herrera, the midfield could lack some defensive balance, and the absence of Solskjaer’s preferred front three could also leave United without any real pace in attack.​ However, Solskjaer’s side will be expected to take home all three points against Palace, but the hosts will certainly not make it an easy task.

Chelsea vs Tottenham

Chelsea vs Tottenham: Live Odds, Preview, Live Stream and TV Info Chelsea will face another crucial Premier League contest on Wednesday, as the Blues will host crosstown rivals Tottenham Hotspur at Stamford Bridge.

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Both teams are coming off painful losses and have their eye on a top-four finish in the league. Spurs are well on their way to achieving that goal, but the Blues have some catching up to do. OddsShark lists Chelsea as the surprise 13-10 favourites, while Spurs come in with odds of 21-10. A draw carries odds of 12-5. The match will be broadcast on BT Sport and NBC, with kick-off scheduled for 8 p.m. GMT/3 p.m. ET.

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Both teams are coming off difficult losses culminating in apparent coaching meltdowns, setting up an intriguing battle on Wednesday night.The visiting Spurs lost 2-1 to Burnley and could well be without Mauricio Pochettino after he confronted referee Mike Dean:

According to the Mirror‘s John Cross, Pochettino has been charged with improper conduct by the Football Association, but any punishment will likely be handed out after Wednesday’s contest.

His Italian colleague in the Chelsea dugout, Maurizio Sarri, had an even more public incident in the lost Carabao Cup final against Manchester City, as his spat with goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalaga dominated the headlines: Arrizabalaga could not redeem himself, as the Blues lost the penalty shootout.

Somewhat lost in the fallout of the incident is the fact Chelsea played well against the defending Premier League champions, putting together one of their best performances of 2019. The Blues have lost three of their last four Premier League contests but should gain confidence from their showing at Wembley Stadium.

Spurs had won four straight in the league prior to their loss against Burnley, and that solid form had some thinking they could elbow their way back into the title race. The loss against the Clarets seems to have ended the dream, however.

This will be the fourth meeting of the season between the two sides, with Spurs picking up two wins at home and the Blues doing the same at Stamford Bridge once. They advanced in the Carabao Cup after a penalty shootout. Another 2-1 win would likely suit the Blues just fine, but it’s unclear just how much of the fallout will carry over from the incident between Sarri and Arrizabalaga.

Arsenal vs Bournemouth

Arsenal vs Bournemouth: Live Odds, Preview, Live Stream and TV Info Arsenal moved back into the top four of the Premier League with their 2-0 win over Southampton on Sunday.

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On Wednesday, the Gunners host Bournemouth and will likely need another victory to maintain their position in the UEFA Champions League qualification spots. The reverse fixture on November 25 ended in a narrow 2-1 victory for Arsenal, but the Cherries have not won in their last three games and will be eager to get back to winning ways.

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After the visit of Bournemouth to north London on Wednesday, Arsenal face huge matches against Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester United. Those back-to-back games could go a long way to determining whether the Gunners play Champions League football next season.

A victory over the Cherries would give Arsenal a huge boost heading into a key part of the season, and Unai Emery’s side can take a great deal of confidence from their recent home record.

Sunday’s defeat of Saints was Arsenal’s seventh home league win on the bounce, and they have not lost at the Emirates Stadium in the top flight since the opening day of the 2018-19 season: Bournemouth, meanwhile, have been awful on the road this term. They have lost their last eight away games on the bounce in the league and have not scored on the road in 2019.

However, Eddie Howe’s side sit comfortably in 10th place and are in no danger of being relegated. But it seems unlikely they will turn their away form around at the Emirates on Wednesday. Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang played only 15 minutes against Southampton after starting on the bench and should be fresh for the visit of Bournemouth.

He will be eager to get back on the scoresheet having not scored since late January, and Bournemouth’s leaky defence could face serious trouble. The Cherries have conceded 48 goals in 27 league games this season, the fourth-worst record in the division. Arsenal have had their problems this season, but they are potent in attack.

Barring a huge turnaround in the form of both teams, the hosts should run out comfortable winners on Wednesday as they continue their charge for a top-four finish.