Barcelona are back in action tonight as they head to Real Valladolid.
The current La Liga champions have got off to a good start with a 3-0 win over Alaves in their opening game.
Valladolid started their La Liga campaign with a 0-0 draw away to Girona.
However, Barcelona aren’t taking anything for granted going into today’s match with them aware it could be a tough encounter.
Speaking ahead of the game Barcelona coach, Ernesto Valverde, said: “Valladolid are a team that plays very well, with the lines close together. They were great defensively against Girona and earned a draw.”
“Outside of the Camp Nou, it’s always more difficult because of the rival’s enthusiasm. It’s possible that both teams will be equal because of the joy of the last promotion.”
So, if you want to see if Barcelona can make it two wins out of two, here’s how to stream all of the action live online.
HOW TO WATCH REAL VALLADOLID v BARCELONA
You can watch all of tonight’s action live and on demand via Eleven Sports 1 and Eleven Sports Facebook with kick off starting at 9.15pm.
This new service is available online at elevensports.uk and via the Eleven Sports iOS and Android apps.
There are currently two ways to pay with a monthly subscription costing £5.99 per month.
There is a cheaper way to get this channel with Eleven Sports currently offering an “early bird” discount to those who sign up.
This sale price costs £49.99 for the year and is available until the end of August.
If you want to watch for free you can sign up for a free 7-day trial which offers all the foreign football without paying the premium.
Eleven Sports says it will be showing five top-flight domestic leagues LIVE and EXCLUSIVE in the UK and Ireland.
These include LaLiga, Serie A, Eredivisie, Chinese Super League (from 2019), Allsvenskan.
At least one match per week from both LaLiga and Serie A will be shown live and free of charge on ELEVEN SPORTS’ UK Facebook Page.
A selection of games from the other top-flight football leagues available on ELEVEN SPORTS will also be shown on Facebook across the season.