Champions Barcelona kick-off the defence of their LaLiga title on Friday when they make the trip to Athletic Bilbao.
Barca romped to the league crown last season and will be looking to retain their title for a third time running this season following their summer of spending.
They face Bilbao, who finished eighth last season, in the opening game of the 2019/20 campaign.
The two sides drew both their league clashes last term and will be eager to open up with a win.
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Athletic Bilbao vs Barcelona: Date and kick off
This LaLiga fixture will take place on Friday, August 16 and will kick off at 8pm in the UK – that’s 9pm in Spain.
The match will be held at the San Mames Stadium.
Athletic Bilbao vs Barcelona: TV channel and live stream
LaLiga is not being broadcast in the UK this season as things stand.
Eleven Sports had the rights for it last season but they are yet to renew and as it stands there is still no solution but Premier Sports are expected to try and secure a deal.
Subscribers to Bet365 can watch this game live on their website.
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Athletic Bilbao vs Barcelona: Team news
Bilbao duo Inigo Cordoba and Inigo Martinez are both carrying knocks, but could start nonetheless.
Yeray Alvarez is in line to step in for Martinez at centre-back if required.
Barcelona will have to make do without their talisman Lionel Messi, who is sidelined with a calf injury for the next few weeks.
New signings Frenkie de Jong and Antoine Griezmann should start his first competitive games for the club.