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Huesca vs Barcelona live streaming and TV info - Watch on Dec. 3, 2014

December 3, 2014 By Oscar Rojas
Ths December 3, watch Barcelona visiting a 6,000 seat stadium against Segunda B outfit Huesca, that will try to pull the upset of the century against the laureated Luis Enrique squad.

The Spanish Copa del Rey will bring this Wednesday one of those matches that could give a big surprise to fans around the world. Segunda B's Huesca will try to pull an upset such as that by Alcorcon in 2009 against Real Madrid, when they face FC Barcelona, that will give some players that have not enjoyed enough playing time a chance to show their class for Los Blaugranas.

SD Huesca's first match against Luis Enrique's team comes after a very odd weekend off. Huesca's match against Fuenlabrada was postponed due to a waterlogged pitch, which made it impossible to use. The weather conditions for Wednesday's match have improved somehow, and the small 6,000 seat venue will be packed to watch their local team take on the historic Culés.

The Segunda B team's road to face Barcelona has been full of dramatic moments, since they have faced elimination in two of their three previous matches. In the tournament's second round, they had to shoot penalties against Villanovense to advance to the next round, where they needed to play extra time to eliminate Barakaldo, one of the teams they are playing in their Segunda B group. If the home team has some hope to even scoring tomorrow, Juanjo Camacho will be the go-to guy for them.

For Barcelona, this will give coach Luis Enrique a chance to keep rotating his team. Having won their last five matches in all competitions, Los Blaugranas will surely start some players that have not enjoyed a lot of playing time. Besides, Jeremy Mathieu has recovered from an injury and started training once again with the team, so he could see a few minutes to get him back in shape. Luis Suarez could be another possible starter, since he has been struggling to recover his former shape, and los Culés need the Uruguayan to start justifying his contract. 

This will be the first meeting between the two teams, and it will surely be a moment to remember by everyone in attendance. Will Barcelona destroy the modest Segunda B side, or will Huesca pull the upset of the year? That will only be known this Wednesday.

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