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Barcelona Vs. Levante Live Stream & Radio Broadcast: Copa del Rey 2014 QFs (WATCH/LISTEN)

By Jordan Webb j.webb@hngn.com | Jan 29, 2014 03:05 PM EST

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Lionel Messi and Barcelona play Real Sociedad on Wednesday in the first leg of the Copa del Rey semifinals. (Photo : Reuters)

Barcelona plays Levante on Wednesday in the second leg of the 2014 Copa del Rey quarterfinals.  The match begins at 4 p.m. ET.  Watch the live stream or listen to the live radio broadcast via the links provided below.

The odds of Levante advancing to the semifinals are slim after losing to Barcelona in the first leg, 4-1.  Levante forced Barcelona into a draw the first time, but the three-goal deficit may be too much for the club to overcome on Wednesday.

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Barcelona, meanwhile, has been on a hot streak.  They haven't lost a match in 12 straight contests, boasting 10 wins and two draws in that span.  Cristian Tello recorded a hat trick against Levante in the first leg of the quarterfinal, and he's slated to play on Wednesday in the second leg.

Barring the improbable, Barcelona appears set to cruise into the Copa del Rey semifinals.  Keeping with Barcelona boss Tata Martino's policy of rotating players into the starting lineup for Cup matches, according to Barcelona's official website, Xavi, Busquets and Alves won't play on Wednesday.

No team has ever overcome a 1-4 deficit in the history of the Copa del Rey competition, according to the club website.

Watch the live stream HERE, or listen to the live radio broadcast HERE.

Projected Lineups (via SB Nation):

Barcelona: Victor Valdes, Martin Montoya, Carles Puyol, Marc Bartra, Adriano, Alex Song, Andres Iniesta, Cesc Fabregas, Alexis Sanchez, Cristian Tello, Lionel Messi.

Levante: Keylor Navas, Loukas Vyntra, David Navarro, Juanfran, Nikos Karabelas, Simaao Mate, Pedro Lopez, Pape Diop, Ruben Garcia, Andreas Ivanschitz, Nabil El Zhar.

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