Mallorca x Girona: where to watch the Copa del Rey quarterfinals

This Wednesday (24), Mallorca hosts Girona at the Mallorca Son Moix stadium in the quarter-finals of the Copa del Rey. The sensation of the season in Spanish football beat Rayo Vallecano 3-1 in the round of 16. The Bermellones beat Tenerife 1-0. Find out where to watch Girona vs Mallorca live.

Current leader of La Liga, Girona arrives at the game with an incredible streak of 17 unbeaten games. In the most recent match, they beat Sevilla 5-1, complete with a lightning hat-trick from Artem Dovbyk. However, the Catalan team is just one point ahead of second place Real Madrid, who have one game in hand.

For the match, coach Michel will have some absences due to injury, such as defenders Eric García, David López and Juanpe, and midfielder Toni Villa.

On Mallorca’s side, coach Javier Aguirre will be without goalkeeper Iván Cuéllar and right-back Pablo Maffeo. The good news is that striker Vedat Muriqi returned after two months recovering from injury and should be an option for the game.

The Balearic Islands team is not having a good time this season. Despite having gone four matches without losing — with two wins and two draws —, they have also gone three matches without winning in La Liga. In the most recent match, they drew 1-1 with Villarreal.

With this, Mallorca reached 20 points in the tournament and remained in 14th place. They are just five points ahead of Cádiz, the first team within the relegation zone.

Where to attend Girona x Mallorca

The match between Girona and Mallorca at the Mallorca Son Moix stadium starts at 3:30 pm, Brasília time, with live broadcast on ESPN 4 (closed TV) and Star+ (streaming).

Athletic Bilbao x Barcelona

Also this Wednesday (24), Barcelona travels to the Basque Country to face Athletic Bilbao at the San Mamés stadium in the quarter-finals of the Copa del Rey. In the previous phase, Barça beat the Unionistas 3-1, while the Lions they beat Alavés 2-0.

For the match, culé coach Xavi Hernández has seven absences due to injury. They are: goalkeeper Marc-André ter Stegen, defenders Iñigo Martínez and Andreas Christensen, full-backs João Cancelo and Marcos Alonso, midfielder Gavi and striker Raphinha.

On Athletic’s side, the players in the medical department are right-back Óscar de Marcos and midfielders Mikel Vesga, Dani García and Iñigo Ruiz de Galarreta. The good news is that striker Iñaki Williams is expected to return to Spain after the Ghana team’s elimination from the African Cup of Nations.

Where to watch Barcelona vs Athletic Bilbao

The match between Barcelona and Athletic Bilbao at the San Mamés stadium starts at 5:30 pm, Brasília time, with live broadcast on Star+ (streaming).

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