American soccer fans can watch Lionel Messi’s Barcelona take on Mallorca live online at bet365 Sportsbook for free on Saturday.
This weekend’s La Liga live streaming schedule at bet365 Sportsbook:
Featured Match: Mallorca v Barcelona, Saturday June 13, 4:00pm EST
Where can I watch Mallorca v Barcelona this weekend?
Saturday’s clash between Mallorca and Lionel Messi’s Barcelona will be live streamed at bet365 Sportsbook. If you are placing wagers on any Spanish soccer fixtures this weekend, bet365 is one of the best places to go because you will be eligible to live stream all La Liga matches – free of charge!
To watch Mallorca v Barcelona and other La Liga matches, simply:
- Visit the bet365 site or app homepage
- Register by clicking ‘Join’ or log into your existing account
- Select ‘Soccer’ from the sports menu
- Place bets on any La Liga market and enjoy a live stream of your chosen match for free.
That’s not all – if you’re a new bet365 customer you will get up to $100 in Bet Credits when opening an account and making a first deposit this weekend.
Why you should watch Mallorca v Barcelona this weekend
Why turn down the opportunity to watch one of the best soccer teams the world has to offer? The real news ahead of Saturday’s matchup is that both Lionel Messi AND Luis Suarez are expected to be fit again to start alongside Antoine Griezmann at Son Moix in Mallorca.
Messi has recovered from a minor thigh injury while Suarez seems back to full fitness after undergoing knee surgery in January. Suarez was on fire before his injury, scoring 14 goals in 23 appearances this season. And Messi is just Messi!
While Barca’s stars will all be in action on Saturday, it may not all be plain sailing. Barcelona have lost five games on the road this season, including a 2-0 defeat to title rivals Real Madrid. Real now sit just two points behind Barca at the top of the table.
In fact, Barcelona have only scored 18 of their 63 league goals on the road this season. Fans will be expecting the players to bring it up a gear on Saturday.
Meanwhile, Mallorca will be desperate to pick up anything from Saturday’s game as they are embroiled in a bottom-of-the-league fight for survival. The home side sit in 18th place on 25 points – just 9 points currently separates 15th and 20th place in La Liga.
Like Barca, Mallorca have performed considerably better at home this season. Six of their seven league victories have been recorded in Palma, including very impressive wins over Real Madrid, Valencia and Villarreal. It proves Mallorca will be a tough test for Barca on Saturday. We can’t wait!