Ernesto Valverde’s men actually come off the back of a loss to Levante in the Copa del Rey on Thursday, but have won their last five league games.
Eibar have drawn their last five matches in all competitions, including a 0-0 at home to Villarreal last week; they are in 13th place on 22 points.
What time does it start?
Barcelona vs Eibar kicks off at 5:30pm (GMT) on Sunday 13 January.
Where can I watch it?
Barcelona vs Eibar will be shown live on Eleven Sports 1 from 5:25pm (GMT).
Highlights will be on the Eleven Sports website after the game.
Player to watch…
Luis Suarez: The Uruguayan scored a fantastic volley last week at Getafe, and has 17 goals to his name this season in all competitions. Despite this, the 31-year-old hasn’t scored at the Camp Nou since a hat-trick against Real Madrid in October.
Barcelona to win: 1/10
Eibar to win: 17/1
Good evening and welcome to The Independent's live coverage of Barcelona vs Eibar in La Liga!
We'll be bringing you all the updates and goals as they fly in at the Camp Nou!
Team news coming shortly...
Here's the Barcelona line-up.
Two changes from the side who beat Getafe 2-1 last week - Sergio Busquets and Philippe Coutinho come in for Arturo Vidal and Ousmane Dembele.
Here's the Eibar starting XI:
Here's the Barcelona team arriving at the stadium.
Barcelona actually lost their last match, as a second-string side fell to a 2-1 defeat at Levante in the Copa del Rey R16 on Thursday.
The second-leg is this Thursday at the Camp Nou.
A stunning scene in Catalonia ahead of tonight's game:
Barcelona come into this game two points clear of Atletico Madrid at the top of La Liga, having played a match less.
Atletico beat Levante 1-0 earlier today courtesy of an Antoine Griezmann penalty.
Eibar have astonishingly drawn their last five matches in all competitions, and haven't won since beating Real Madrid in November.
They are one of five teams on 22 points - three clear of the relegation zone.
We're just a few minutes from kick-off...
The teams are out at the Camp Nou and we're all set to go!
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