Coming fixtures
First division Day 12 (remaining games) 11 Nov
U21 friendly internationals Spain v Denmark
France v Spain
14 Nov
19 Nov
UEFA Nations League Croatia v Spain 15 Nov
Friendly international Spain v Bosnia 18 Nov
First division Day 13 23-26 Nov
Champions League Day 5 27/28 Nov
Europa League Day 5 29 Nov

First division – day 12

Atlético Madrid are up to second pending the rest of the weekend games after a last minute 3-2 win over Athletic Bilbao. Iñaki Williams twice put the visitors ahead, but Thomas and Rodri pegged them back both times. And with the game in time added on, Godín (who was carrying an injury) headed the winner after Griezmann played the ball across. Only one goal in the other three games on Saturday though, and that was from the penalty spot, Dani Parejo converting the kick with ten minutes to go after Bruno was sent off for holding back Gameiro, to give Valencia a 0-1 victory at Getafe. The locals felt themselves hard done by though after Cabrera and Molina both hit the post. Valladolid drew 0-0 against Eibar in the early kick-off, keepers Masip and Riesgo the best players there, and the game between Girona and Leganés also ended without goals, both teams hitting the woodwork and having goals ruled out, but the scoreline remaining unmoved in the end. Leganés stay in the bottom three, just below Athletic and Villarreal on goal difference. (10.11.18)

One match on Friday evening, Real Sociedad beating Levante 1-3 to move to within a point of their hosts in the table. Chema fired the locals into an early lead, but after the restart the visitors scored three times in a six minute period, Theo Hernández, Juanmi and Oyarzabal getting the goals to hand the Valencia based team their first defeat in six games. (09.11.18)

Spanish international squads

More changes by Luis Enrique in Spain’s squad for the upcoming Nations League tie against Croatia and friendly with Bosnia. The coach appears to have put his dispute with Jordi Alba behind him, recalling the Barcelona full back, and the search for Piqué’s replacement continues, with Diego Llorente, Mario Hermoso and Iñigo Martínez all included. Sergi Roberto and Isco are also recalled, and Brais Méndez and Pablo Fornals have been promoted from the under 21 side. Marc Bartra, Marcos Alonso, Raúl Albiol, Nacho, Koke, Thiago and Paco Alcácer have all been left out for various reasons to make room. With Spain’s under 21 side already qualified for next summer’s finals, manager Luis de la Fuente also made several changes to his squad for friendly games against Denmark and France. Curiously there are players from 21 different clubs, including eight from outside of Spain, but no-one from Barcelona, Real Madrid or Atlético Madrid. De la Fuente has also called up two players called Pozo, José Angel and Alejandro, as far as we know not related! Well, well... (08.11.18)

Senior squad:
Keepers: Kepa (Athletic Bilbao), Pau López (Betis), De Gea (Manchester United);
Defenders: Iñigo Martínez (Athletic Bilbao), Jordi Alba and Sergi Roberto (Barcelona), Azpilicueta (Chelsea), Mario Hermoso (Espanyol), Sergio Ramos (Real Madrid), Diego Llorente (Real Sociedad), Gayà (Valencia), Jonny (Wolverhampton);
Midfielders: Rodri and Saúl Ñíguez (Atlético Madrid), Busquets (Barcelona), Brais Méndez (Celta), Dani Ceballos, Isco and Marco Asensio (Real Madrid), Pablo Fornals (Villarreal);
Forwards: Iago Aspas (Celta), Morata (Chelsea), Suso (AC Milan), Rodrigo (Valencia).

Under 21 squad:
Keepers: Sivera (Alavés), Unai Simón (Athletic Bilbao), Iván Villar (Celta);
Defenders: Unai Nuñez (Athletic Bilbao), Sergi Palencia (Bordeaux), Jorge Meré (Köln), Aarón Martín (Mainz), Angeliño Tasende (PSV Eindhoven), Pablo Maffeo (Stuttgart), Jorge Sáenz (Tenerife);
Midfielders: Marc Roca (Espanyol), Alejandro Pozo (Granada), Fabián (Napoli), Pape Chiek (Olympique Lyon), José Angel Pozo (Rayo Vallecano), Zubeldia (Real Sociedad), Carlos Soler (Valencia), Alfonso Pedraza (Villarreal);
Forwards: Carlos Fernández (Deportivo), Dani Olmo (Dinamo Zagreb), Rafa Mir (Las Palmas), Borja Mayoral (Levante), Oyarzabal (Real Sociedad).

Europa League - day 4

Sevilla stay at the top of their group, level with Krasnodar on points, after a 2-3 victory at Akhisar. The Andalusians appeared to be on track for a win after Nolito and Muriel put them two up at the break. However Manu got one back after the restart, and the visitors were left with ten men when Sergi Gómez picked up a second booking after giving away a penalty on Manu. Guray Vural fired the spot-kick against the post, but Onur Ayik leveled it a few minutes later, and it was only with three minutes to go that Banega converted a second penalty after Miguel Lopes brought down Fernando Vázquez in the area. Elsewhere Betis and Villarreal also head up their respective groups despite draws for both. Betis drew 1-1 against AC Milan, Lo Celso opening the scoring early on, but Suso saving a point for the Italian side with a long free kick on the hour mark. And Villarreal were held 0-0 by Rapid Vienna, a team they had put five past in the home leg. Theirs is the most equal group, with only two points separating the four teams. (08.11.18)

Group tables

Champions League - day 4

Real Madrid are back! A 0-5 win at Viktoria Plsen took them above Roma to the top of their group, and they are now well in line to reach the next stage. By half time they were already four up, Benzema and Casemiro scoring twice in a two minute period in the middle of the first half, and Bale setting up Benzema for a third before scoring the fourth himself. And after the restart Kroos completed the scoring to give caretaker coach Solari a third win in a row. Valencia also clocked up a much needed win, the Ches beating Young Boys 3-1 for their first victory in the competition. Carlos Soler set up Santi Mina to score twice before the break, and then adding a third himself after the restart, with Assalé temporarily levelling it for the Swiss side in between. However Manchester United’s late victory at Juventus left Marcelino’s team in third place, and they have a lot of work to do still if they are to qualify for the next round. (07.11.18)

Barcelona are the first team to qualify for the knock-out stage after a 1-1 draw at Inter Milan on Tuesday. The Catalans were by far the better side throughout, with local keeper Handanovic having to save from Dembélé, Luis Suárez, Coutinho and others, but it was not until eight minutes from time that substitute Malcom put them ahead. Five minutes later though Icardi levelled the scores, but Barça had done enough to make sure mathematically of their place in the last sixteen. Atlético Madrid took a big step as well towards qualifying (they have a special interest this season as the final is in their own Wanda stadium) with a 2-0 victory over Borussia Dortmund. Simeone’s team had been thrashed by the Germans two weeks ago, but Saúl gave them the lead in the first half, and Griezmann wrapped things up with ten minutes to go. (06.11.18)

Group tables

First division – day 11

Espanyol are up to second in the table, three points below city neighbours Barcelona, after a 1-0 victory over Athletic Bilbao in the Monday night game. Borja Iglesias headed the only goal from Didac’s cross shortly before the break to make it five home wins in s row for the Catalans. Athletic end the day though still just a point above the drop zone after a tenth game in a row without a victory. (05.11.18)

Leaders Barcelona remain four points clear after the teams immediately below them failed to win on Sunday. Sevilla are up to second pending Espanyol’s game tomorrow despite a 0-0 draw at Real Sociedad, the Andalusians unable to find the net with their two first choice strikers out injured. And Alavés drop to fourth, albeit level with Sevilla and Atleti, after they were beaten 2-1 by regional neighbours Eibar in the midday kick-off. Jony put the visitors ahead early on with a long free kick, but Joan Jordán fired home the equaliser with twenty minutes to go, and Diop headed an injury time winner for the hosts from Jordán’s corner. The other three games on Sunday all ended in draws, Levante now up to seventh after a 1-1 scoreline at local rivals Villarreal. They could have been even higher though after Funes Mori turned a Morales cross into his own net late on, but Alfonso Pedraza levelled it for the locals in time added on. Getafe left it late as well before drawing 1-1 at bottom club Huesca, Jorge Molina preventing the new boys from a first home win in the 91 st minute after Etxeita had headed them into the lead. The best match of the night though was the last, Betis and Celta tying 3-3 to leave both floundering in mid-table. Loren put the locals ahead before the break, and Junior added a second after the restart. Two goals though by substitute Maxi Gómez and another in between from Brais Méndez appeared to have turned things around before Canales fired home a long free kick with three minutes to go. (04.11.18)

Barcelona increased their lead at the top of the table after a last gasp 2-3 victory at Rayo Vallecano on Saturday evening. Luis Suárez gave the Catalans an early lead, but goals either side of the break by Pozo and substitute Alvaro (less than a minute after he came on) turned the scoreline around. Dembélé and Suárez scored twice though in the last four minutes to leave their hosts down in next to bottom spot, and take Barça four points clear of Atlético Madrid, who were held to a 1-1 draw at neighbours Leganés in the early kick-off. Griezmann put the visitors in front from a direct free kick with twenty minutes to go, but Carrillo got a late equaliser for the locals. Atleti’s city rivals Real Madrid meanwhile beat Valladolid 2-0 for a second win in a row under caretaker coach Santiago Solari, the result taking them above their opponents to sixth. However it was another unconvincing performance, Alcaraz and Toni Villa both hitting the bar for the visitors before a wayward shot from substitute Vinicius deflected into the net off Kiko Olivas with seven minutes to go. Soon afterwards though Sergio Ramos wrapped things up from the penalty spot after Calero brought down Benzema in the area. Elsewhere Valencia’s poor form continued after they lost 0-1 to Girona, and they ended the day just two points above the drop zone. The Ches dominated throughout, but visiting keeper Bono made a string of impressive saves and Kondogbia had a strike ruled out by the VAR system before the break. And just three minutes in to the second half Pere Pons got the only goal after Neto saved from Patrick Roberts to take the Catalans to within a point of the European spots. (03.11.18)

Copa del Rey fourth round, first leg

The lower ranked teams came good on Thursday, with several keeping alive their hopes of a spot in the last sixteen. The best placed at the end of the first legs though is Sporting Gijón, who beat Eibar 2-0 with second half strikes from Djurdjevic and Manzambi, the first after some sloppy defending by the visitors, and rthe second following a Nacho Méndez assist. Cádiz also won 2-1 against Espanyol, Lekic taking advantage of a poor clearance by keeper Roberto to open the scoring in the first minute. Youngster Puado levelled it after Piatti put him through, but Karim headed in Agra’s cross shortly before the break to give the Andalusians the win. Sevilla had a few problems against second division B side Villanovense as well, and although Muriel and Promes hit the woodwork, the game ended without goals. It could have been worse though had Pajuelo not headed wide for the Extremadura based team with the goal gaping in front of him shortly before the break.

Sevilla’s neighbours Betis beat Racing Santander 0-1, but again it was hard work for them. Sergio León got the only goal from the penalty spot after keeper Iván Crespo brought down Inui in the eighth minute, but Jon Ander in particular headed against the post for the 2B side after the restart. And Villarreal were held to a 3-3 draw at Almería, a result which puts more pressure on coach Javier Calleja. All the goals came in the second half, Chema putting the locals in front from the penalty spot after Mario kicked Caballero in the face. An impressive strike from Cazorla, an own goal by Callejón and a third from Samu Chukwueze appeared to have turned things around, but two headed goals by substitute Sekou Gassama in the last five minutes saved a draw for the home side. Elsewhere Celta and Real Sociedad drew 1-1, Sisto and Hjulsager both hitting the post before Iago Aspas opened the scoring after Araujo headed across a corner on the hour mark. Juanmi turned in Elustondo’s cross with two minutes to go though to give the Basques a slight advantage for the second leg, which will take place in the first week of December. (01.11.18)

A good start for Real Madrid’s caretaker coach Santiago Solari, albeit against lower ranked opposition, a 0-4 victory against the North African enclave side Melilla virtually ensuring their place in the next round. By half time they were two up, Benzema turning in Odriozola’s cross and Marco Asensio doing likewise from an assist by Vinicius, who was making his first start for the senior team. The Brazilian youngster hit the bar after the break before Odriozola scrambled in the third, and B team forward Cristo headed the fourth from Odriozola’s centre right at the end. Later in the evening Barcelona had a few problems before eventually winning 0-1 at Cultural Leonesa. Valverde left most of his big names at home and gave a run out to four B team players, but Cillessen had to make several saves before substitute Lenglet headed the only goal from Dembélé’s free kick in injury time.

No real scares for top flight teams on the night of Halloween, although Córdoba did take the lead against Getafe when Bruno turned Araujo’s cross into his own net midway through the first half. In the end though the first division side won 1-2, Mata converting a penalty on the stroke of half time after Valentín fouled Bruno in the area, and then netting his second of the evening after Angel set him up in the final minute. Valladolid also won 1-2 at Mallorca, although in this case the visitors were in control throughout, Daniele Verde scoring twice with impressive shots from outside of the area before the break, and Buenacasa heading one back for the islanders from Valcarce’s cross midway through the second half. Meanwhile Alavés and Girona drew 2-2 in a topsy-turvy match, Alcalá’s early headed opener overturned by a Rubén Sobrino header and a strike by Martín after the interval, and Montes saving a draw for the Catalans after Bernardo headed on a long free kick in the sixth minute of time added on. (31.10.18)

The Spanish Cup returned this week, with first division teams entering for the first time this season. As always, the lower ranked qualifiers from the previous rounds were paired against the big clubs playing in Europe, with Barcelona based Sant Andreu, the only surviving side from the regional third division, hosting Atlético Madrid for the second time in five years. The Catalans put up a good fight as well, and although Vitolo set up Gelson on the half hour mark for a 0-1 victory, only the woodwork and keeper Adán prevented them from saving a draw late on. Valencia also struggled against CD Ebro (currently at the bottom of their 2B regional group) in a match which was switched to Zaragoza’s Romareda stadium, Amelibia giving the locals the lead after the break despite having Tiago sent off for a second bookable offence with only half an hour gone. In the end though, two goals from Santi Mina saved the Ches’ blushes.

Second division Lugo also gave Levante a fright, Cristian Herrero giving the Galicians an early lead before Borja Mayoral made it 1-1 with an angled shot soon after the restart. One all-first division tie as well on Tuesday, neighbours Leganés and Rayo Vallecano leaving everything for the second leg after a 2-2 draw. The visitors went two up in the first twenty minutes, Alvaro García beating debutant Lunin and then setting up Alex Alegría for the second. However goals either side of half time by En-Nesyri pegged them back, and only a good save by Dimitrievski prevented Siovas from turning things around near the end. Elsewhere the game between Athletic Bilbao and Huesca has been postponed to a later date, as the San Mamés stadium was apparently booked for a music concert on the same day that the tie was due to take place! (30.10.18)

First division – day 10

Heroes & Villains section: Top scorers, keepers, red & yellow cards, referees

Julen Lopetegui’s brief reign at the Bernabeu stadium appears to be already over after Real Madrid lost 5-1 to Barcelona in Sunday’s “clásico”! The coach was under immense pressure after only picking up one point from the last four games, but with only ten minutes gone Coutinho put the locals ahead, and with half an hour on the clock Luis Suárez made it two from the penalty spot. Madrid fought back for a while after the break, Marcelino finding the net, Modric hitting the post and Benzema heading a good chance over the top. However in the last quarter of an hour or so Suárez added two more from Sergi Roberto assists to complete his hat-trick, and substitutes Dembélé and Vidal combined for the latter to head home the fifth near the end. All odds are that Lopetegui will be fired at tomorrow’s emergency board meeting.

The result takes Barcelona back to the top of the table, but Alavés are now second after a last minute 2-1 win over Villarreal. Gerard Moreno opened the scoring for the visitors early on, but Calleri headed the equaliser after the restart, and Borja Bastón beat Asenjo just seconds after coming on as an injury time substitute to leave the “Yellow Submarine” just a point above the drop zone. Sevilla are third, just a point behind Alavés and above Atlético on goal difference, after a 2-1 victory over bottom club Huesca, Sarabia scoring twice in the second half before Pulido got a late consolation for the away side. And Getafe are up to eighth (leaving their neighbours Real Madrid down in ninth spot) after beating Betis 2-0 in the mid-day kick-off, Jorge Molina and Foulquier getting the goals there in a two minute period around the hour mark. (28.10.18)

Atlético Madrid are the latest team to top the table this season, a 2-0 victory over Real Sociedad on Saturday evening taking them above Barcelona pending tomorrow’s “clásico”. Both goals were scored by defenders, Godín getting the first on the stroke of half time, and Filipe Luis making it two on the hour mark. Only three points separate the top seven however, Levante pushing Real Madrid down to eighth after a 2-0 win over Leganés. Roger got the opener early on in a rainy evening in Valencia, and Rochina wrapped things up in the final minute. Elsewhere Celta got back to winning ways thanks to an Aspas hat-trick and a strike by Méndez in a 4-0 victory over Eibar, but Athletic Bilbao and Valencia are stuck on draws, a 0-0 scoreline (their seventh and eighth of the season respectively) leaving both struggling in the bottom half of the table. Girona climb away from the danger zone though after they beat Rayo Vallecano 2-1 in the early kick-off, Portu scoring twice before the break, and Gálvez getting one back in the second half for the visitors, who stay in next to bottom spot. (27.10.18)

A 1-1 draw on Friday evening between two of this season’s revelation sides, Valladolid and Espanyol. Borja Iglesias fired the visitors into the lead in the twentieth minute, and for an hour or so the Catalans were leading the table. However with the game in time added on, Daniele Verde made it all square with a direct free kick to make it six matches without defeat for the newly promoted team, leaving Espanyol still behind their city rivals Barcelona, in second spot pending the rest of the weekend games. (26.10.18)

Under 21 Euro qualifier

Iceland 2 - Spain 7

Spain’s under 21 side finished off the group stage with a flourish, a 2-7 victory over Iceland confirming top spot of their group with nine wins out of ten. Oyarzabal started things off from the penalty spot, and Rafa Mir added two more before Porsteinsson got one back. Ingi Gunnarsson put through his own net and Carlos Soler made it five either side of the break, and Karlsson got a second for the hosts before Mayoral and Fabián completed the scoring near the end. (16.10.18)

Albania 0 - Spain 1

Group table

Spain's youth team fixtures:
Under 19 / Under 17

UEFA Nations League

Spain 2 - England 3

Spain suffered their first defeat in 28 games when they lost 2-3 to England on Monday, and their place in next summer’s final is now in the balance. Despite dominating the early play, Luis Enrique’s side found themselves behind when Rashford set up Sterling on a quick counter attack on the quarter hour mark. And by half time the hosts were three down, Rashford and Sterling adding two more from Kane assists. Paco Alcácer headed one back from Asensio’s corner just a minute or so after coming on as a substitute, but it was not until the seventh and final minute of time added on that Sergio Ramos connected with a Ceballos centre to head in a second. Spain now have to beat World Cup runners up Croatia next month to be sure of reaching the finals. (15.10.18)

Group table

Full and under 21 squads

Friendly international

Wales 1 - Spain 4

Spain kept up their good form under new coach Luis Enrique, “La Roja” beating Wales 1-4 in their latest friendly match. Paco Alcácer took advantage of his recall to the side to score twice in the first half hour, with Sergio Ramos heading another in between from a Suso free kick. After the restart Suso hit the bar before Bartra headed the fourth from his corner, and the hosts, missing the rested Gareth Bale, had no reply until Vokes headed in a late consolation with couple of minutes to go. Spain now go on to meet England in Sevilla in next Monday’s Nations League tie. (11.10.18)

European Super Cup

Real Madrid 2 - Atlético Madrid 4 (after extra time)

Atlético Madrid finally beat city rivals Real Madrid in a European final, Simeone’s team scoring twice in extra time in Tallinn to take their third European Super Cup title! With less than a minute on the clock they were already in front, Diego Costa heading on a long ball and holding off his markers to beat Keylor Navas from a wide angle. The Champions League winners were missing Cristiano Ronaldo for the first time, but new coach Julen Lopetegui still put out a strong line-up, and with just under half an hour gone Benzema headed in a long cross from Bale to make it all square. Early in the second half Sergio Ramos made it two from the penalty spot after Juanfran handled a Kroos corner, but Costa appeared again to equalise following a good team move. That took the game into extra time, and Saúl and Koke latched on to assists from substitutes Thomas and Vitolo to hand their neighbours their first defeat in an international final in 18 years. (15.08.18)

Spanish Super Cup

Barcelona 2 - Sevilla 1

Barcelona came from behind to beat Sevilla 2-1 in this season’s Spanish Super Cup, the thirteenth time they have won the tournament. For the first time ever this was played outside of Spain, the venue being Tangiers, Morocco, and also for the first time it was played over one leg rather than two. The new VAR system was also making its debut in Spanish competitions, and it only took eight minutes before it came into action, Sarabia’s opener originally ruled out for offside before the video evidence proved otherwise. Barcelona were level at the break though, Piqué turning in the rebound after Vaclik pushed a Messi free kick onto the post, and with twelve minutes to go Dembélé caught out the keeper with a long shot which went in off the crossbar. Pablo Machin’s team did have a chance to take the game into extra time when Ter Stegen gave away a late penalty on ex team-mate Aleix Vidal, but the German keeper guessed correctly and saved Ben Yedder’s spot kick. (12.08.18)

Fantasy Football

LaLiga and the sports paper Marca are running their Spanish Fantasy Football game once again, and we have set up a Soccer Spain private league as we did last year for our readers to compete. Follow the link to enter. If you played last season you can use the same account, but if you are new to the game you have to set up an account. Alternatively you can enter at and when you are in to your account, choose “Join a friend’s league”, and enter the code R0MCFRGQ. Good luck! (11.08.18)

How it works

Summer transfers

The summer transfer market is in full swing, with clubs having until the end of August to complete their squads. The first job was to get the new managers on board where necessary, the most notable move being Julen Lopetegui’s appointment at Real Madrid just two days before the World Cup started after Zidane’s surprise resignation. Lopetegui though won’t be able to count on Cristiano Ronaldo, who, a little jaded at Madrid and hounded by the Spanish tax authorities, has decided to try pastures new at Juventus. The European champions have spent some of the €100 million or so that they got for Ronaldo on a new goalkeeper, Courtois, with Kepa (who was close to signing for Madrid last winter) replacing the Belgian at Chelsea. Several other players will be leaving us this summer, in particular Iniesta and Fernando Torres, who have both gone to Japan. Barcelona seem to have gone for a change of style, replacing the elegant Iniesta with bulldog Arturo Vidal, although they have also drafted in some Brazilian class in Arturo and Malcom. Atlético meanwhile have been adding to their squad with the likes of Lemar, Kalinic and Rodri, and Valencia, Sevilla, Betis and Villarreal have all been strengthening their sides as well for their European campaigns. Still over two weeks to go though until the window closes, and you can follow all the moves at the link below. (10.08.18)

2018/2019 New season transfers by club - Div 1

First division clubs
Second division clubs
Second division B groups

Club World Cup final

Real Madrid 1 - Gremio 0

Real Madrid are Club World Champions for the second time in a row and the third time in their history after beating Gremio 1-0 in the final! Zidane’s side had several chances before Cristiano Ronaldo opened the scoring with a long free kick which found a gap in the defensive wall shortly after the break. Ronaldo had a second goal ruled out for the borderline offside of Benzema, Modric hit the post, and Grohe had to make several saves, particularly from Ronaldo and Bale later on, and Keylor Navas hardly had a save to make throughout the ninety minutes. It was a third title of the season for Zidane’s side after winning the European and Spanish Super Cups in summer. (16.12.17)

Semi-final: Al Jazira 1 - Real Madrid 2

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Summary of 2017/2018

League champions Barcelona
Spanish cup winners Barcelona
Promoted to the first division Huesca, Rayo Vallecano, Valladolid
Relegated to the second division A Deportivo, Las Palmas, Málaga
Promoted to the second division A Mallorca, Rayo Majadahonda, Elche, Extremadura
Relegated to the second division B Lorca, Sevilla Atlético, Barcelona B, Cultural Leonesa

Clubs taking part in international competitions in 2018/19 season
Champions League Barcelona, Atlético Madrid, Real Madrid, Valencia
Europa League Villarreal, Betis, Sevilla
European Super Cup Real Madrid v Atlético Madrid
Club World Cup Barcelona

First Division
Alavés 2-1 Huesca
Barcelona 3-4 Betis
Celta 2-4 R Madrid
Getafe 0-1 Valencia
Girona 0-0 Leganés
Levante 1-3 Real Soc
Rayo 2-2 Villarreal
Atlético 3-2 Athletic
Valladolid 0-0 Eibar
Sevilla 2-1 Espanyol
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