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The cup is back at the Camp Nou, with the Catalans looking to turn around a 2-0 deficit from last week’s first leg at the Ramón Sánchez Pîzjuán.
It’s a 9.30pm kick off local time, while this guide will help you to work out what time it will be starting in your part of the world.
We also list the different broadcasters that hold the rights in each country. However, we cannot guarantee that any of these are actually showing the game, so please check their listings to be sure.
If you can’t see the game for whatever reason, then don’t forget that we have live English language commentary on Radio Barça along with updates on all the latest developments in real-time at our Match Centre on this website.
Wednesday 30 January
United States & Canada – Los Angeles, Vancouver (1.30 PM) / New York, Toronto (4.30 PM)
@fcbarcelona & www.fcbarcelona.com, @fcbarcelona_fra & www.fcbarcelona.fr, @fcbarcelona_es & www.fcbarcelona.es
Brazil – Brasília (5.30 PM)
ESPN Brasil, FOX (except Copa del Rey)
Portugal (8.30 PM)
Africa – Dakar (8.30 PM) / Yaoundé (9.30 PM) / Cape Town (10.30 PM) / Nairobi (11.30 PM)
@fcbarcelona, www.fcbarcelona.com, @fcbarcelona_fra & www.fcbarcelona.fr, @fcbarcelona_br
Canal+, Supersport7, Zap (Angola), Azam TV (Tanzania)
Turkey (11.30 PM)
Thursday 31 January
Indonesia – Jakarta (3.30 AM)
BeIN Sports, SCTV, INDOSIAR, O CHANNEL
Malaysia & Philippines (4.30 AM)
BeIN Sports, ABS-CBN (BeIN Philippines)
China (4.30 AM)
PP Sports, Beijing TV, Shanghai TV, Guangdong TV, Tianjin TV, Shandong TV Sports Channel, Fujian TV Sports Channel, Dalian TV Culture & Sports Channel, Xinjiang TV Health & Sports Channel, Jiangsu TV Sports Channel, Shan'xi TV Sport Channel, Jilin TV Public & News Channel, Hubei TV General Channel
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