Sevilla vs Athletic Bilbao: live stream, start time, TV channel, how to watch La Liga 2021 (Mon, May 3)
It’s Sevilla FC against Athletic Bilbao in La Liga as the teams look to make a late-season push. Sevilla are currently in fourth place in the Spanish League table and remain in line to stay in the Champions League. Youssef En-Nesyri has been the top scorer this season with Lucas Ocampos and Luuk de Jong making huge contributions as well. Bilbao were looking for a good end to the season as they struggled to find their way further into the top 10.
Saturday’s game will be broadcast on beIN sports. You can watch the games for free online if you sign up for a free trial with fuboTV, which lasts for seven days.
Sevilla FC v Athletic Bilbao (La Liga 2021)
Start time: 3:00 p.m. EST
TV channel: beIN Sports (Channel search: Verizon Fios, AT&T U-verse, Comcast, Xfinity, Spectrum / Charter, Optimum / Altice, DIRECTV, Dish, Hulu, fuboTV, Sling.)
Direct: beIN Sports | Sling | fuboTV (free trial) – If you have a cable subscription, you can use your TV provider’s login details to watch online through beIN Sports. If you don’t have cable, you can watch through Sling with their World Sports add-on package – or through fuboTV, which includes beIN sports with their base package (and a free trial).
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A look at what’s going on in European football on Monday:
West Bromwich approach relegation from the Premier League as Sam Allardyce’s side face midtable Wolverhampton sitting 11 points behind with five games to go. Burnley, who is just above the relegation zone, hosts West Ham. The Hammers are still looking to qualify for the Champions League. A win would leave David Moyes’ east London side three points behind fourth-placed Chelsea with four games remaining. Midfielder Declan Rice has missed West Ham’s last four games with a knee injury, but he wants to be in good shape to face Burnley. Forward Michail Antonio is also trying to recover from his latest hamstring injury.
Sevilla are looking to stay in the running for the Spanish league title when they host Athletic Bilbao. A fifth consecutive league victory would put Sevilla within three points of leaders Atlético Madrid with four laps to go. Sevilla’s only league title came in the 1945-46 season. Real Madrid and Barcelona are also still in contention for the title in Spain. Athletic, who sit in 10th place, are trying to keep their hopes up of winning one of the Europa League places for next season.
Parma will be relegated if they lose to their compatriot Torino. The defeat would leave Parma 12 points below Cagliari and the last safe position with four games to go. Cagliari have the best head-to-head record which is the tie-breaker in Serie A. The victory would increase Torino’s chances of avoiding the fall as it would lift the team three points above the last three, with one game in hand. Torino have lost just one of their last five matches as Parma are on a four-game losing streak.
Hertha Berlin’s mission to ensure the survival of the Bundesliga begins after a two-week break imposed by quarantine with a relegation fight in Mainz. Hertha has not played a game since April 10 due to a coronavirus outbreak at the club and must catch up with rivals to avoid joining Schalke, last place in the second division. Hertha is 17th in the 18-team division, three points behind Cologne in the relegation qualifiers and four behind Arminia Bielefeld in safety. Hertha has three games in progress, but her players were unable to train together during quarantine due to the isolation measures. Pál Dárdai’s side now face a grueling six-game schedule in 20 days. It starts with a tough job for Mainz, who are undefeated in seven games and have won their last three.