Champions League play continues on Wednesday, as Barcelona and Olympiakos–the top and bottom teams in Group D, respectively–meet at Camp Nou.
In the United States, the match is scheduled to start at 2:45 p.m. ET and will be broadcast on Fox Sports 2 (English) or ESPN Deportes (Spanish). People with a cable subscription and log-in can watch via Fox Sports Go or WatchESPN, but those without cable can watch a free legal live stream via one of the following streaming services:
FuboTV: The main channel package, “Fubo Premier,” includes Fox Sports 2
DirecTV Now: The “Go Big” and “Gotta Have It” channel packages include Fox Sports 2
Sling TV: The “Sling Blue” channel package includes Fox Sports 2
All of the above options include a free trial, so you can watch Wednesday’s match at no cost.
Champions League Group D Table
With a 3-0 drubbing of Juventus and a 1-0 road win against Sporting, Barcelona is in complete control of Group D. And a win against Olympiakos, who has already lost to each of those squads (3-2 to Sporting, 2-0 to Juventus), would only move them further in front.
Of course, there’s some history here, as Barca manager Ernesto Valverde has had previous managing stints with the Greek side.
“I don’t know why the Olympiacos fans like me so much,” he said. “But we did win a lot of trophies. The feeling is mutual because the Greek people always treated me very well. I say that because I left a large part of my heart there.”
The oddsmakers peg Barcelona as a -1250 favorite, making them the biggest favorite of all of this week’s Champions League matches. Ultimately, any result other than Barca leaving home with three points would be a major shock.