Good evening and welcome to Eurosport's LIVE coverage of the La Liga fixture between Barcelona and Espanyol. We'll bring you all the action as it happens at the Camp Nou. Kick off is at 20:00 GMT.
La Liga / Matchday 14
Spotify Camp Nou / 20.11.2021
End of 2nd Half
FULL TIME: Barcelona 1-0 Espanyol
Memphis effort saved! The Dutchman was played in over the top on the counter attack, but Lopez makes the save to deny him. There's a nervousness inside the Camp Nou!
Ter Stegen is shown a yellow card for time-wasting before goal kicks.
Marc-André ter Stegen
Saves by Goalkeeper3
There will be six minutes of stoppage time played at the end of the match.
And here's Araujo as well as Barcelona look to shut up shop at the back!
Nico looks to have picked up a late injury and Demir is on for Barcelona.
De Jong is playing on a yellow card for the final few minutes.
Frenkie de Jong
Barcelona look very tired. This was the risk with playing such an intense pressing game. They aren't used to this sort of approach. They will need higher fitness levels under Xavi.
Off the post AGAIN! How aren't Espanyol level here? This time it's de Tomas who has the unmarked header inside the penalty area, but the striker's header comes off the woodwork again!
HOW DID HE MISS?! My goodness! Dimata was presented with a golden opportunity to head home from six yards out, but he somehow managed to put his effort wide of the target!
Off the post! Inches away from being a stunning equaliser for Espanyol! De Tomas beat ter Stegen with his freekick effort from the edge of the box, but the ball comes off the outside of the post!
And here's Puig for Barcelona who must be delighted that Koeman is gone!
Dimata has also been introduced off the bench for Espanyol.
Another change for the away side - Lei Wu is on for the final 10 minutes of the match.
Coutinho is one player who was surely pleased to see the back of Koeman. The Brazilian playmaker is running out of chances at Barcelona, but might get one more under Xavi.
While Alves likely won’t be a first team figure for Barca, he will give them some much-needed experience. He also knows what it takes to succeed at the Camp Nou.
Dani Alves completed an unexpected return to Barcelona over the international break although the 38-year-old won’t be able to play in La Liga until he is registered in January.