Barcelona will look to extend their Wining at the summit of Copa Del Rey when they visit Valencia at the Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan.
The first leg of the quarter final tie will be in the Sánchez Pizjuán in a repeat of last season’s final in the competition.
Barça and the Andalusians’ last meeting came in the final of the competition last season. On that occasion Barça came out on top in the game that was played in Madrid at the Wanda Metropolitano stadium.
The quarter final this season will see a quick return to Camp Nou for Munir who left for Pablo Machín’s Sevilla in the January transfer window.
Preview: Sevilla vs Barcelona – prediction, team news, lineups
Barcelona have been drawn to face Sevilla in the quarter-finals of the Copa del Rey after the draw was made on Friday.
Ernesto Valverde’s side booked their place in the last eight after a 4-2 aggregate win over Levante in the last 16.
Their place in the last eight was confirmed about 20 minutes before the draw was made, as Levante’s complaint about Barca fielding an ineligible line-up was dismissed.
The match will be a repeat of last season’s final which Barcelona won 5-0 to secure their fourth consecutive Copa del Rey triumph.
Barça and Sevilla have met 14 times in the Copa del Rey over the years under its various guises.
In recent times Barça have a 4-1 lead over the Andalusian club with the most memorable clash being the 5-0 win in last season’s final, a game in which Andrés Iniesta scored his last ever goal as a blaugrana.
New Barca signings Arthur and Malcom impressed on the US tour and could be in line for their first competitive start in a Blaugrana shirt, while Clement Lenglet and Lionel Messi are likely to start.
For Sevilla, Aleix Vidal could start against the side he left last week, while Pablo Sarabia could come back into the starting eleven after being left on the bench on Thursday evening.
Barcelona were domestically dominant last season in Spain, winning the La Liga title at a canter and thrashing Sevilla 5-0 in the Copa del Rey final.
Sevilla were surprisingly poor in that final, especially they came within a couple of minutes of beating Ernesto Valverde’s men in the league back in January before two very late goals salvaged a 2-2 draw.
This fixture tends to produce plenty of excitement as well as goals and although Sevilla have consistently caused Barca problems in recent years, they have still only beaten Barcelona once in their last 22 meetings.
TV channel, live stream online coverage and highlights
The match will be shown live on Sky Sports’ Premier League and Main Event channels, and is available via Now TV with a day pass on offer for £7.99. Sky Sports subscribers can stream the match online via SkyGo and the SkyGo app.
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