Athletic Bilbao host Barcelona in the big La Liga fixture of Sunday evening, and we'll be updating the live player ratings for the league leaders right here.
It's 0-0 at half-time with few real chances at either end.
First half quick analysis
Pinto: Not too much to do beyond take a few crosses down low.
Montoya: Muniain really giving him a tough time. One good raid forward should have resulted in a better chance.
Mascherano: Caught out of position a few times on the counter, but has also stopped some rapid attacks.
Pique: The less-busy of the two centre-backs, but hasn't been able to support midfield much on the ball.
Adriano: A little wasteful in possession and hasn't provided width high up the field.
Busquets: Excellent both on and off the ball.
Xavi: Quiet but effective in possession. Not involved in final third much.
Iniesta: The liveliest attacking midfielder and looks most likely to open Bilbao up.
Alexis: Some good off the ball running but no chances to speak of.
Cesc: Not hugely involved, struggling to contribute significantly.
Neymar: Had the best chance of the game saved. Trouble staying on his feet!
Second half quick analysis
Pinto: Made a few saves from Toquero's headers, but didn't deal well with backpasses from his defence.
Montoya: Not enough from him at either end of the pitch. Had two good chances to score.
Mascherano: Defended well on the ground, but passing out of defence or back to Pinto put team under pressure at times.
Pique: Could not deal with Toquero in the air. Dragged out of position several times.
Adriano: Poor performance in general, compounded by late yellow card.
Busquets: Poor second half. Did not dictate play, booked for arguing and could have seen red.
Xavi: Quiet second half and subbed near the end.
Iniesta: Faded after the break. Very little impressive link-up play between midfield and forwards.
Alexis: Poor delivery, never in dangerous positions in the box.
Cesc: Had to keep dropping deep to get the ball. No real impact.
Neymar: No real end product to speak of. At least he changed his boots.