Watch the free live streaming and telecast of the Spanish La Liga 2015-16 Catalonia derby match between Barcelona vs Espanyol at the Camp Nou. Barcelona are leading the table through the most slender of margins you can possibly get. Don’t espect Espanyol to give an inch though. The match will start at 8.30 p.m Indian Standard Time (IST) [12.30 pm GMT, 11.00 am ET] on Sunday. You can watch the live broadcast of the match on the Sony SIX network. You can also watch the Barcelona vs Espanyol match online via free live streaming on Sony LIV ie livsports.in hereAlso Read - La Liga: Lionel Messi Texted me to Wish the Best of Luck, Xavi on Argentine Superstar as he is Presented as Barcelona Manager

There is plenty to worry about for Barcelona as two teams are breathing down their neck. This is the best title race there has been for years and Barcelona have to win their next two games to hope to win the title. Atletico and Real on the other hand are chasing a double. They will be meeting each other in the Champions League final too. There is plenty to ponder for the Barcelona outfit and they will have to ensure that they get the job done today. Espanyol don’t have much to worry about as they are clear of the drop zone. Also Read - Barcelona Confirm Appointment of Xavi Hernandez, Named Head Coach Until 2024

Barcelona’s attacking trio up front have responded to them crashing out of Europe and going through a string of losses last month. Luis Suarez has been on the forefront of it all and that has led to two landslide wins for the Blaugurana. Alvaro Gonzalez is missing from the Espanyol side and that is a big loss to a side looking to stem the flow of Barca attacks. Attack wise, Espanyol are decently armed and if they can get behind the fullbacks, there is a good chance that they can create good openings through Felipe Caicedo and Asensio. Also Read - La Liga: Barcelona Set to Announce Club Legend Xavi as New Coach, Al Sadd Agree Terms

Barcelona: ter Stegen; Alves, Pique, Mascherano, Alba; Busquets, Rakitic, Iniesta; Messi, Suarez, Neymar

Espanyol: Lopez; Correa, Roco, R. Duarte, Alvarez; Perez, Sanchez, Diop, Canas, Asensio; Caicedo

Barcelona (4-3-3): ter Stegen; Alves, Pique, Mascherano, Alba; Busquets, Rakitic, Iniesta; Messi, Suarez, Neymar

Espanyol (4-5-1): Lopez; Correa, Roco, R. Duarte, Alvarez; Perez, Sanchez, Diop, Canas, Asensio; Caicedo