" FC Barcelona vs. Cadiz: Live stream, Team News, TV Channel

 When they invite Cadiz to Camp Nou on Sunday, Barcelona will look forward to eight La Liga victories in a row.

At present, Ronald Koeman's side is third in the league, nine points behind Atletico Madrid's boss, while Cadiz fell to 15th after four consecutive defeats in a row.

The form of Barca's league in 2021 was outstanding, winning six of their last seven games, including last weekend's 5-1 victory over Alaves, which also made it 12 unbeaten games in Spain's top flight.

Koeman's side will reach the tournament this weekend off the back of a hugely frustrating Champions League performance, however, having lost 4-1 to Paris Saint-Germain in their last-16 tie's first leg.

After Lionel Messi made the breakthrough, Kylian Mbappe scored a hat-trick for the French champions, and the Catalan giants now have a steep hill to climb on March 10 in the second leg.

If they are to advance to the final of the Copa del Rey, Barca already has work to do, having lost 2-0 to Seville in the first leg of their last four tournaments on February 10.

Koeman's side are already third in the table amid their excellent league form, three points behind second-placed Real Madrid and nine points behind Atletico champions, meaning that it will be extremely difficult to retake the championship of La Liga, which seems to remain in Madrid.

The match on Sunday will air on beIN Sports. If you sign up for a free trial with fuboTV, which lasts for seven days, you can stream the games for free online.

Barcelona FC vs. Cádiz (La Liga 2021)

Time to start: 7:50 a.m. EST EST

(Channel finder: Verizon Fios, AT&T U-verse, Comcast, Xfinity, Spectrum/Charter, Optimum/Altice, DIRECTV, Dish, Hulu, fuboTV, Sling.) TV channel: beIN Sports

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From the Associated Press, more international soccer coverage:

BARCELONA, Spain (AP)-A pack of Alavés defenders twice assumed Lionel Messi was undercharged. Barcelona's all-time top scorer twice proved them wrong.

In his record-equaling 505th Spanish league outing for Barcelona, Messi scored two screamers to help them keep in contact with Atlético Madrid on Saturday.

Twice from far outside the field, Messi struck as Alavés was beaten 5-1. By starting the match at Camp Nou, Messi tied former teammate Xavi Hernández's club record for the most league appearances.

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