It doesn’t get bigger than this! Arguably the biggest game in world football takes place on Saturday night and it should be an absolute belter!
Its been billed as a battle of newbies such as Neymar and Gareth Bale, plus coaches Gerardo “Tata” Martino and Carlo Ancelotti, but no one would be surprised if it truly comes down to Lionel Messi v Cristiano Ronaldo.
Barcelona v Real Madrid kicks off at the Nou Camp at 17:00 UK time, Saturday October 26, 2013.
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Both Barcelona and Real Madrid are missing players, but on the whole it should be an encounter watched throughout the globe featuring some of the best talent on the planet.
Barca will be without Jordi Alba due to injury whilst Madrid travel to the Nou Camp without long term injury victims Xabi Alonso and Raphael Varane, the latter was very impressive in El Clasico matches last season.
Gerardo Martino also has a doubt over Gerard Pique which would see a return to El Clasico action for Carles Puyol who has only just come back from a lay-off.
Barcelona top the La Liga table, with a three point advantage over Real Madrid but have been held to consecutive draws in their past two games and failed to score in a Spanish top flight game at Osasuna last week, for the first time in 64 matches.
Comparisons will no doubt be made between the two big summers signings: Neymar and Gareth Bale.
The Brazilian will surely start after a very promising start to his career in Spain, Bale though has struggled with injury and could well be coming off the bench for Carlo Ancelotti’s side.
It could well be that the likes of Isco, Luka Modric and Asier Illarramendi will be crucial, as they look to wrest control from Sergio Busquets, Andres Iniesta and Xavi, in the middle of the park.
Whilst, once upon a time this fixture featured Jose Mourinho and Pep Guardiola, it is now firmly about Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi.
Of late, Ronaldo has been in fantastic form, but on the biggest stage of all, Messi has the tendency to upstage his great rival.
This. Should. Be. A. Classic. Unmissable!