Real Madrid vs. Barcelona
Match kick-off: 19:45 (UK time), Saturday 03rd February
Live on: Eleven Sports
Ref: Alejandro Jose Hernandez Hernandez. A controversial decision as Hernandez Hernandez was accused of favouring Barcelona in last year's El Clasico.
Real Madrid vs. Barcelona: Head to Head Record
27/02/19: Real Madrid 0-3 Barcelona (Copa del Rey)
06/02/19: Barcelona 1-1 Real Madrid (Copa del Rey)
28/10/18: Barcelona 5-1 Real Madrid (La Liga)
06/05/18: Barcelona 2-2 Real Madrid (La Liga)
23/12/17: Real Madrid 0-3 Barcelona (La Liga)
16/08/17: Real Madrid 2-0 Barcelona (Copa del Rey)
13/08/17: Barcelona 1-3 Real Madrid (Copa del Rey)
Suárez has scored 7 goals in 5 games against Real Madrid
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Until around the hour mark it looked like Real Madrid would progress in the Copa Del Rey yesterday, but Barcelona were clinical and ended up 3-0 winners (4-1 on aggregate). They now face each other this Saturday in La Liga.
Barcelona will be buoyed by the result but on the evidence of last night this could be a close affair. The bookies have Barcelona as favourites, but only just.
At the current odds, a £5 wager would get you a £12.75 return with Barca and a £14 return with Real Madrid.
It was feared that Ramos would have to miss this match through suspension, but after he behaved himself in the Copa del Rey he has been cleared to play in this match.
Varane picked up a nasty gash on his knee during last night's game, but he will be able to play on Saturday.
There is some debate as to wether we will see a return of Marcelo. Reguilón played well in the cup but Solari may opt for the wily experience of the Brazilian come Saturday.