Barcelona will take on Atletico Madrid at the Nou Camp in a huge La Liga clash today.

Barcelona go into this evening’s game top of the table with an eight point lead over second placed Atletico.

Diego Simeone’s side will surely need a win tonight if they’re to have any chance of overhauling Barcelona and lifting the La Liga title in May.

Barcelona will be without Ousmane Dembele for the big game while Atletico Madrid striker Diego Costa is struggling with a hamstring tear.

Speaking ahead of tonight’s big game, Barcelona boss Ernesto Valverde told fans not to jeer Antoine Griezmann.

The French star had been linked with a move to the Nou Camp last summer.

Valverde said: “I want the fans to pay attention to us, not opposition players, supporting us and not looking at them.

“I don’t like when we go to other grounds and get booed, it’s like fans give more importance to the opposition than their own side, we want the opposite.

“Every player is free to decide over their future, just like the clubs can decide who they keep.

Everyone is free to take their decisions and it’s just another game for us. Griezmann is a great player so we’ll take care, but nothing more than that.

“I’m the coach of a team who tomorrow are playing another team in which there are other players and coaches. I don’t like to talk about players from other teams, just like I wouldn’t like it if the opposition coach talked about my team. It’s a question of respect.”

So, if you want to watch all the action from Barcelona Atletico then here’s how to tune in online.

How to watch Barcelona vs Atletico Madrid

You can watch all of today’s action live and on demand via Eleven Sports 1 with the match kicking off at 7.45pm UK time.

This service is available online at and via the Eleven Sports iOS and Android apps.

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At least one match per week from both La Liga and Serie A will be shown live and free of charge on Eleven Sports’ UK Facebook Page.

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