Barcelona vs. Slavia Prague: Where to Watch UEFA Champions League, TV Channel, Live Stream, Team News and Odds

Barcelona can take a significant step towards the round of 16 of the Champions League when it hosts Slavia Prague on Tuesday.

Three points clear of both Inter Milan and Borussia Dortmund at the top of Group F, the Catalans can extend at least temporarily extend their lead with a third straight win in the competition.

Barcelona won 2-1 in Prague two weeks ago, courtesy of a strike from Lionel Messi and an own goal from Peter Olayinka, but its seven-game winning run in all competitions came to an end on Saturday with the 3-1 defeat at Levante.

Leading 1-0 through a first-half penalty from Lionel Messi, Barcelona conceded three times in six second-half minutes to lose its third game of the campaign.

The Catalans now share top spot in La Liga with Real Madrid and Real Sociedad, but have a superior goal difference to both teams.

Being top of the table, however, was not enough to prevent Barcelona coach Ernesto Valverde coming under severe criticism after his team's second-half display.

Barcelona sports daily El Mundo Deportivo and Sport were both scathing in their assessment of the Catalans' performance against Levante, but Valverde insisted the reaction to the defeat was over the top.

"Of course I'm not thinking about resigning, it's just a defeat," he said in his press conference after the game.

"The players have responded and we have to continue [working]. We have lost a match and that's it; we always react and this time won't be any different."

Despite Valverde's defiance, however, it is hard to dispel the feeling Barcelona hasn't been firing on all cylinders this season.

The reigning La Liga champions have picked up just seven points on the road in five games so far this season, their worst return since they picked up six over five games at the beginning of the 2007-08 campaign.

The return of the Champions League should provide a timely tonic for Barcelona, who hasn't lost at home in the competition in 33 games, dating all the way back to September 2013.

Barcelona has won 30 of those 33 games and that run is unlikely to be interrupted by Slavia Prague, who is yet to win a road game at this stage of the competition after four attempts.

The Czechs have never won a game in Spain, although they have only been beaten twice in the last six visits and last year they drew 2-2 in Seville.

Here's all you need to know ahead of Tuesday.

Lionel Messi, Barcelona
Lionel Messi celebrates scoring his team's goal during the La Liga Liga match between Levante UD and FC Barcelona at Ciutat de Valencia on November 2 in Valencia, Spain. Quality Sport Images/Getty

When and where is the game?

Barcelona hosts on Slavia Prague at the Nou Camp on Tuesday, November 5, with kickoff scheduled for 6:55 p.m. local time (12:55 p.m. ET).

TV coverage

The game will be broadcast live on TNT.

Live stream

A live stream will be available via B/R Live, as well as fuboTV.

Form

Barcelona's run of seven consecutive wins in all competitions came to an end with a 3-1 defeat away against Levante on Saturday. The Blaugrana remain league leaders by virtue of a superior goal difference but are level on points with Real Madrid and Real Sociedad.

Slavia Prague, meanwhile, extended its lead at the top of the Czech league to 12 points after thrashing Banik 4-0.

Team news

Barcelona will be without Luis Suarez for around three weeks after the Uruguayan picked up a calf injury in the defeat against Levante, while defenders Jordi Alba and Samuel Umtiti remain doubtful.

Slavia, meanwhile, will be without injured defender David Hovorka.

Odds

According to Oddschecker, Barcelona is a 1/5 favorite, while the draw is at 6/1 and Slavia Prague is a 16/1 underdog.