Barcelona welcome Alaves to Camp Nou on Sunday, as Ernesto Valverde's league leaders look to make it 21 games without defeat in La Liga.
Both teams go into the game having experienced differing fortunes in the Copa del Rey. Barcelona overturned a 1-0 deficit to beat Espanyol 2-1 on aggregate on Thursday, while Alaves beat Valencia 2-1 on Wednesday but went out on penalties.
Here's a look at how you can watch the game, followed by team news and a full match preview.
Date: Sunday, January 28
Time: 7:45 p.m GMT, 2:45 p.m. ET
TV: Sky Sports Football (UK), beIN SPORTS (U.S.)
Barcelona's injury problems are easing, with just Thomas Vermaelen and Ousmane Dembele sidelined.
Samuel Umtiti has returned to action after a hamstring problem, Philippe Coutinho recovered from a thigh injury to make his debut against Espanyol and Andres Iniesta is also back after an injury lay-off. Paco Alcacer is also fit again and was an unused substitute on Thursday.
Alaves have several fitness concerns, with the Basque side still without the injured trio of Hector Hernandez, Carlos Vigaray and Burgui. Rodrigo Ely and Tomas Pina are both suspended, but Ruben Duarte could return at left-back after a ban.
Barcelona will look to maintain their pace in La Liga against struggling Alaves, who head into the gameweek just three points off the bottom three. With the hosts 11 points clear at the top of the table and without a defeat in league action this season, they will be big favourites to pick up another victory.
Valverde could give new signing Coutinho his full debut. The Brazil international replaced Iniesta in the second half of their win over Espanyol and impressed, per Robbie Dunne at AS:
Robbie Dunne @robbiejdunne
Coutinho with a very impressive debut. Cuts inside like Messi except on his right foot. Huge asset for Barcelona. https://t.co/OGpd3fWHFs2018-1-25 22:23:40
Coutinho's arrival allows Barcelona to protect the 33-year-old Iniesta, ensuring the influential midfielder is fresh for the club's biggest games towards the business end of the campaign.
Alaves will also need to watch out for Luis Suarez, who goes into the game in red-hot form. The striker has 11 goals in his past nine outings for Barcelona and looks to be back to his best.
The visitors will also need to pick themselves up from the disappointment of their midweek cup exit, although they are on a decent run of form in La Liga. Alaves have won four of their past seven league games to move off the bottom of the table and out of the relegation zone.
Winning at Camp Nou will be a tall order for Alaves, but they head to Catalonia with little to lose. Valverde may opt to make changes to his team after a tough battle on Thursday, but the hosts should still have enough to secure victory on Sunday.