Barcelona and Real Madrid renew their rivalry with their final meeting of the season on Sunday.
Barcelona has already won La Liga’s title, but it is vying for the first unbeaten season in league history and has four matches to go to achieve it. Standing in its way, naturally, is Real Madrid, which is still hoping for a second-place finish but already has secured a top-four finish that guarantees a place in next season’s Champions League.
Real Madrid could be a reigning three-time Champions League winner by the time next season rolls around after it advanced to reach the final against Liverpool by ousting Bayern Munich in the semifinals this past week. It would love nothing more than to thwart Barcelona’s chance at history, even if the league title is already decided.
Here’s how to watch the match:
Time: 2:45 p.m. ET
TV: beIN Sports
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How can i watch Real Madrid vs Barcelona online?
Sky Sports customers can watch the match on Sky Go.
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Andres Iniesta has a minor calf problem but is likely to be in the starting XI for his final Clasico.
Sergi Samper is out and Andre Gomes has been left out of the squad.
Real Madrid defender Dani Caravjal is expected to miss out while Isco and Raphael Varane are doubts.