Barcelona vs. Atletico takes place tonight in the second leg of the Spanish Super Cup.
The game takes place at Camp Nou and is scheduled to kick off at 22:00 BST.
In the UK, the game airs live on Sky Sports 4/Sky Sports 4 HD.
Coverage is also available online via bet365.
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Barcelona have several injury concerns ahead of tonight's game, with Adriano (hamstring) a doubt, and Ibrahim Afellay (thigh), Isaac Cuenca and Carles Puyol (both knee) all still sidelined.
Lionel Messi (thigh) has been included in the squad and has returned to training after missing Sunday's 1-0 win over Malaga, but may start on the bench.
Atletico head to Camp Nou with no new injury concerns.
The tie is level at 1-1 following last week's first leg in Madrid, when Barca substitute Neymar cancelled out David Villa's opener against his former club.
What they've said ahead of kick-off:
Barcelona midfielder Xavi: "At this club you are always expected to win and I think we have a team that can do that. We’ve been through some tough times with Tito falling ill again and we have all had to adapt, but I think the team is fine now.
"We’ve started the season really well, with a spectacular debut at the Camp Nou and I think we can compete for the Copa del Rey, La Liga and the Champions League."
Atletico Madrid coach Diego Simeone: "For us, nothing has changed. Let's start from scratch. They are better than us and are likely to have more control, more possession and more chances and we will have to be prepared.
"The game lasts 90 minutes and we have to know when to hurt them and try to respond in the best way. We arrive with the game open in terms of the result, but on their field and for their characteristics they remain the protagonists.
"But we go into the game with ambition and competitiveness. Tactics? Without breaking the structure we have, we can look for alternatives. There are different ways to win. With our weapons we hope to be able to win the Cup."