Barcelona vs Sevilla live stream soccer: Watch online Spain La Liga football (Free for subscribers)

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Barcelona vs Sevilla should be an exciting clash coming out of Spain's La Liga on Saturday as Lionel Messi and co get back into domestic league action following more than a week of international fixtures.

The game will kick off at 2 p.m. ET and can be watched on TV on beIN TV or can also be watched online through live stream (free for subscribers) via the link provided below.

Barca are looking to maintain their perfect start to the new season with another win here today. They have won three from three so far but should face a stiff test from Sevilla today.

Recently former Barcelona Coach Johan Cruyff told reporters that he was backing Ajax against Barca in the Champions League this season, shocking some fans.

"I will support Ajax," Cruyff said according to ESPN. "I have had some differences with Barcelona's president. I will not set foot in the Camp Nou as long as he is there."

Also Barcelona defender Gerard Pique recently told reporters that the team was a "slave" to its tactics.

Jonathan Dos Santos followed those comments up by saying that he felt the media misconstrued Pique's comments: "He has grown up here at Barcelona, with Barcelona's philosophy, and the team has always played with that philosophy. At the moment, it is true that, maybe, as people have already seen, there are a few more long balls, and not always playing it short, so people think Barca have changed, but I do not think there is a [big] difference," said Dos Santos according to ESPN.

"The team is still playing the same way. It is true that the boss is asking us for what we lost a little last year, which was that intensity in pressing opponents, and to be more 'vertical' [direct]."

Sevilla meanwhile are looking for their first win this season, having lost to Atletico Madrid in its opener before pulling off two straight draws against Levante and Malaga.

Barcelona vs Sevilla will kick off at 2 p.m. ET and can be watched on TV on beIN TV or through live stream (free for subscribers) by clicking here.

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