In addition to this, they are anxiously awaiting punishment for the events that unfolded on Sunday night against Barcelona.
As the Barcelona players were celebrating on the pitch, Espanyol fans managed to break past the security and charge towards them.
Luckily, the players were able to reach the safety of the tunnel without any incident.
However, Espanyol is still expected to face consequences for the incident.
Although referee Ricardo de Burgos Bengoetxea was unable to detail the incident in his report as he was already in the tunnel, La Liga and the Ministry of Sport will be responsible for administering any punishment.
According to MD, the severity of the incident and the degree to which it was caused by inadequate security measures will determine the severity of the punishment.
The minimum penalty that could be imposed is a fine of €6k and a partial closure of the stadium for one match.
The most severe penalty would result in a fine ranging from €18,001 to €90k, as well as a complete ban on the stadium, lasting from one match to an entire season.
La Liga has already declared that it will collaborate with Espanyol to identify the fans involved and prevent them from entering any stadium, while also reporting the incidents to the authorities.
In addition to the damage caused by the closure of the stadium for any period, there would also be a significant loss of matchday revenue.
Any substantial ban would cost Espanyol millions and potentially have a detrimental effect on their players.