FC Barcelona versus Cornella: Live stream, start time, TV channel, how to watch Copa Del Rey 2021 (Thur., Jan. 21)
FC Barcelona takes on UE Cornella Thursday in the 2021 Copa Del Rey, however will do as such without star Lionel Messi in the overlay as he serves a two-coordinate suspension. Barcelona is hoping to skip back from its misfortune to Athletic Bilbao in the 2021 Spanish Super Cup Finals, the match where the Argentinian star was shipped off for a hit away from the ball. Barcelona as of now sits third in La Liga as it hopes to paw its way back into unmistakable quality. Indeed, even without Messi, Barcelona actually has star scorers like Antoine Griezmann and Ansu Fati in the crease. On the opposite side, Cornella comes into the match by means of the Spanish Segunda Division Group III searching for another beast upset. Cornella is new off a stunning 1-0 win over Atletico Madrid on Jan. 6, with Adrian Jimenez scoring the match's just objective.
Thursday's match will air just on ESPN+. It's an independent help that isn't covered by a typical ESPN membership. In this way, the match won't be accessible on WatchESPN or any ESPN link channels.
FC Barcelona versus Cornella (Spanish Copa Del Ray 2021)
Start time: 3:00 p.m. EST
Station/plan: N/A - The match isn't on typical TV channels and must be streamed by means of ESPN+ in the U.S. Nonetheless, in the event that you have Xfinity X1 or a streaming gadget like a Roku or Amazon Fire stick, you can watch ESPN+ through the ESPN application.
Live stream: ESPN+ - Having a link membership with ESPN won't permit fans to watch the match. Watchers should pursue ESPN+ independently.
What is ESPN+? - ESPN+ isn't a substitution for a typical ESPN membership through your link supplier. All things being equal, it's an assistant help that gives unique substance and some live games. It likewise gives clients admittance to selective substance on ESPN.com and admittance to pay-per-see MMA occasions.
What amount does ESPN+ cost? - Viewers can pursue $4.99 every month to get all ESPN+ content (this does exclude standard live games on Watch ESPN). There's additionally a choice to package ESPN+ with Hulu and Disney+ for $12.99 every month.
More soccer inclusion through the Associated Press:
A glance at what's going on around European soccer on Thursday:
Liverpool is on its most exceedingly terrible scoring run in over 15 years in the Premier League heading into a home match against Burnley. Jurgen Klopp's group hasn't found the net in its last three games, during which the heroes have gotten only two focuses to drop to fourth place — behind its greatest title rivals, Manchester City and Manchester United. Surely, Liverpool is on a four-coordinate winless run, which has emerged from the blue since a 7-0 triumph at Crystal Palace on Dec. 19. Burnley, which is in fourth-to-last place, regularly has an obstinate protection however has battled at the opposite finish of the field, scoring a group low nine objectives in its 17 games so far this mission.
Without the suspended Lionel Messi, Barcelona visits third-division club Cornellà in the round of 32 of the Copa del Rey. Messi got a two-coordinate suspension for hitting an adversary away from the ball in the group's 3-2 misfortune to Athletic Bilbao in the Spanish Super Cup last on Sunday. He will likewise miss the group's Spanish class game at Elche next Sunday. Cornellà killed Atlético Madrid in the second round. Third-division club Ibiza, which killed Celta Vigo in the second round, has Athletic Bilbao. In the Spanish alliance, pioneer Atlético Madrid visits Eibar to attempt to open a seven-direct hole toward Real Madrid, while Valencia has second-to-last-put Osasuna.