Champions Barcelona will be looking to get their LaLiga campaign off the mark following their opening day defeat.
Barca were stunned by Athletic Bilbao as the new season got under way last Friday, going down 1-0 to Aritz Aduriz’s late winner.
Now Ernesto Valverde’s side will be looking to bounce back in their first home clash of the campaign.
Real Betis had ex-Everton goalkeeper Joel Robles sent off in the eighth minute as they lost to Real Valladolid in their first game of the new term.
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Barcelona vs Real Betis: Date and kick off
This LaLiga fixture will take place on Sunday, August 25 and will kick off at 8pm in the UK – that’s 9pm in Spain.
The match will be held at the Camp Nou.
Barcelona vs Real Betis: TV channel and live stream
LaLiga have agreed a deal which will see selected matches broadcast live on ITV this season.
Barca vs Betis will be shown on ITV4 and the online ITV Hub with coverage starting at 7:45pm.
Providing you have a valid TV license, you will be able to watch the match for free either on TV or on the ITV website.
Barcelona vs Real Betis: Team news
Barcelona will be without Luis Suarez after he picked up a calf injury against Bilbao.
But the champions should be able to welcome back captain Lionel Messi following his injury lay-off.
Betis have no major injury issues to contend with new signing Nabil Fekir set to feature against Barca.