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Match: Copa del Rey quarter-finals
Date :Thursday, January 11
Time: 20:30 GMT / 15:30 ET
Tv Channel: BeIN Sports(US)
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Rarely do two players in as impressive a run of form as both Lionel Messi and Iago Aspas face off against each other, but they will in the second leg of the Copa del Rey tie between Barcelona and Celta Vigo.
Ernesto Valverde will not take anything for granted against the Galician side and has called up his usual starters for the second leg, after resting several for the game in Vigo.
At the present moment the aforementioned pair are the most decisive players in Spanish football.Aspas is playing at a level far beyond that expected of his team, whilst Messi is enjoying yet another phenomenal campaign.
Both teams will meet on Thursday at the Camp Nou, with the tie finely poised at 1-1 following the first encounter.
The Blaugrana have the slight advantage courtesy of their away goal; however, the former Athletic Club coach is not going to take any risks with his team selection.In the first leg Valverde chose to rest key figures with none of Messi, Andres Iniesta, Luis Suarez or Jordi Alba making the trip.There won’t be a repeat of this on Thursday, with all four set to be involved from the start.
The Catalan giants have already been stung by Los Celestes earlier this season in the 2-2 draw at the Camp Nou, the only home match in which Barcelona have dropped points in the 2017/18 season.While they are languishing at the wrong end of the Liga table, Celta are riding the crest of a wave at the moment, having drawn with both Barca and Real Madrid in their last two games, so they will be full of confidence heading to Catalunya.