Gooooood evening everyone! We've got a tasty La Liga contest coming up in an hour's time as Barcelona welcome Athletic Bilbao to the Camp Nou. Team news is just coming in, so let's get to that first...
Luis Enrique makes three changes to the team that started Barca's last league game - a 4-0 win over Granada last Saturday. In central defence Javier Mascherano comes in for Thomas Vermaelen, while in midfield it's Sergio Busquets and Andres Iniesta in, Sergi Roberto and Arda Turan out.
As for the visitors, Ernesto Valverde has been forced into some changes because of injury. Aritz Aduriz is suspended and Raul Garcia is injured, so Inaki Williams will be the focal point of the attack.
So the only real surprise is perhaps that Aleix Vidal has got the nod over Dani Alves at right-back, but the summer signing has impressed since he finally made his debut earlier this month. Both he and Arda Turan were unable to play in the first half of the season because of a transfer ban.
Time to look at the table now. Click here to see how it looks right now, with Barca third and five points behind Atletico Madrid. Atleti are currently 2-0 up at Las Palmas and extending their lead at the summit, although they have played two more games than Barca because of the latter's participation in the Club World Cup last month. Madrid are second, a point above Barca, after they put five past Sporting Gijon earlier today.
Taking a look at the two teams' form, Barca come into this unbeaten in 21 games in all competitions since they lost at Sevilla on October 3. In La Liga, they are unbeaten in 11, but their recent form hasn't been all that sparkling.
After six wins in a row, Enrique's men have won just two of their last five, drawing the other three. They are extremely strong at home, though, winning nine and drawing one of their 10 La Liga contests at the Camp Nou this term.
With Messi, Neymar and Suarez, Barca have undoubtedly the best frontline in world football, but they have also impressed at the back of late, keeping seven clean sheets in their last nine league games.
Enough about Messi and co! Who should we look out for in the away side? Inaki Williams is the danger-man and a striker in form having netted in four of his last six games. With Aduriz suspended, there's even more pressure on the 21-year-old's shoulders.
CHANCE! Oh what a chance for Bilbao! Complacency at the back from Barca as Pique's backpass is intercepted by Muniain. Bravo comes out and he finds the supporting Eraso, who turns past one man before blazing over with no goalkeeper there.
Oh my word! Moments after missing a great chance at one end, Bilbao make life basically impossible for themselves. Suarez muscled his way into the box and was then taken out by Iraizoz. Referee Antonio Mateu had little choice but to send the keeper off and point to the spot.
Pique makes a real mess of an attempted lob with only Herrerin to beat, but he was offside anyway. How many are Barca going to get here? Six? How must it feel to be a Bilbao player in these kind of circumstances?
CHANCES! First Neymar is denied by a vital last-gasp San Jose block before Suarez's attempt from the left of the area is blocked out for a corner. Bilbao hanging on at the moment, but if they concede a second surely it's game over.
CLOSE! Wow, almost a glorious goal involving all three of the MSN. Neymar brought the ball down with a cheeky bit of control before crossing to the middle where Suarez dummied the ball and Messi hit it just over the top.
Good grief. Neymar gets away from his man down the left before advancing into the box. He draws about four men over to him and surges past them down the outside before cutting back for Rakitic to sidefoot home through the legs of Herrerin.
It's the biggest league win of the season for Barca as they cruise past Bilbao. The visitors started well and could have easily gone in front after a couple of minutes, but once Iraizoz was sent off in the fourth minute it was always a question of how many. In the end it was six, with Suarez the pick of the bunch with three goals.