Barcelona Valencia Odds : Copa Del Rey Watch Live Streaming in HD

Barcelona will look to make it back to back Copa Del Rey finals when they get the second leg of their semi-final against Valencia under way at the Nou Camp on Wednesday, with Bet365 bookmaker offering a live stream of the game in HD. (see below)

The two sides played out a 1-1 stalemate at the Mestalla last week in the first leg, with Lionel Messi proving he is in fact human by missing a penalty that would have given his side a clear advantage going into the second leg.

Instead they will have to make do with just nudging their noses ahead by virtue of away goals, but the injury-hit Catalan club will be without numerous players and their progress to the final is far from assured.

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Sergio Busquets is Barca’s latest casualty, with the combative midfielder laid low by a badly gashed knee he picked up in the first leg.

The Spanish international joins Pedro, David Villa and key midfielder Andres Iniesta  in the treatment room, meaning coach Pep Guardiola may opt to stick with Christian Tello after the youngster impressed against Sociedad last weekend.

Alexis Sanchez, Gerard Pique and Xavi were all rested for that game and will be restored to the starting line up as Barca look to make amends for their defeat in the cup final last year against Real Madrid, who they knocked out at the Quarter Final stage.

For Valencia, Ever Banega and Jonas could be recalled to the starting line-up after missing out on the goalless draw against Atletico Madrid last weekend as the visitors go about negating Carlos Puyol’s header that secured an away goal for Barca last time round.

Barca have an excellent record in the Copa del Rey and if the reach the final this time round it would mean they have contested the trophy three times in the last four years, while Valencia last won the trophy in 2008 with a 3-1 win over Getafe.

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