Barcelona v Real Madrid | El Clasico | No Messi, No Ronaldo

Despite only a single win in their last five, Barcelona go into the season’s first leg of the El Clasico at the top of the league table, Just a point above Espanyol.

Real Madrid on the other hand continue to haggle under Julen Lopetegui with the champions league reigning winners only even managing to score in their previous La Liga fixture against Levante before finally seeing an unconvincing win in the champions league.

The El Clasico remains as popular as it should be according to Luis Suarez despite the big names unavailable for the fixture. Julen Lopetegui however may have his final game in charge should he lose according to reports.

What time is El Clasico kick off ?

The prestigious El Clasico will be take place on Sunday, 28th of October at 3:15pm.

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Venue : The Nou Camp

Where can I watch Barcelona v Real Madrid ?

This match will be shown live on Eleven Sports 1.

Eleven Sports costs £5.99 a month or £59.99 for the whole year.

Team News

Both teams will be without their Talisman for the game. Lionel Messi remains out on an arm injury, while Cristiano Ronaldo’s move to Juventus permanently make the Portuguese unavailable for this or any El Clasico for the time.

In the absence of record holders and chasers Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo. The world is keen on what would or may be unveiled in the weekend fixture between the two teams.

Without a doubt the El Clasico hasn’t lost its flavour, but have been greatly dampened by the absence of these two superstars to lit up the stage once more.

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