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FC Barcelona News: 6 May 2016; Two Called Up by Brazil for Copa America, Hatem Ben Arfa on Barca Radar

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Déjà vu? Espanyol clash evokes memories of infamous Barcelona collapse - Eurosport
Raggedy-old, until recently relegation-threatened, Espanyol have the second-worst defensive record in the league and look like the perfect opponents for a Barca side stumbling rather than sprinting over the finish line, but local rivalry does strange things to teams and Espanyol will have been one of just a few sides Luis Enrique would rather not face on Sunday. What can possibly go wrong? Just ask Raul Tamudo.

In derby, Barça to face an Espanyol in need of a point | FC Barcelona
FC Barcelona's penultimate challenge in their final sprint for the league title comes at 5.00pm CET this Sunday at Camp Nou against RCD Espanyol. Espanyol are coming off an upset victory over Sevilla last weekend that has brought them to within a single point of guaranteeing permanence in the top flight for next season.

When and where to watch FC Barcelona v RCDEspanyol | FC Barcelona
With just two games remaining, FC Barcelona only have their sights set on three points when they welcome local rivals RCD Espanyol to Camp Nou on Sunday. The list below will help you find the game in your country or region, but if it’s not available where you are, you can always listen to English commentary on Radio Barça.

Rafinha and Dani Alves called up to Brazil's Copa America squad | FC Barcelona
Brazil have called up FC Barcelona duo Dani Alves and Rafinha for this summer's Copa America which is set to take place in the United States between 3 and 26 June Neymar Jr is not included on the list of 23 players in Dunga’s squad after FC Barcelona reached an agreement with the Brazilian Football Confederation that the player will only compete in the Olympic Games.

Barca in Ben Arfa talks? | Football Espana
Reports in France claim Barcelona representatives met with Nice forward Hatem Ben Arfa over a move to Camp Nou. Ben Arfa, formerly of Hull City and Newcastle, is said to be the chosen option to act as back-up to Luis Enrique’s trident of Lionel Messi, Luis Suarez and Neymar after a season in which, to date, he has scored 17 goals.

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