Barcelona v Real Madrid live stream, LaLigaTV, Sunday 24 October, 3:15pm
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Camp Nou plays host to one of the biggest games in world football as Barcelona clash with arch-nemeses Real Madrid on Sunday afternoon.
The hosts strung together back-to-back wins for the first time all season by following up last Sunday's 3-1 La Liga win against Valencia with a 1-0 Champions League victory over Dynamo Kyiv on Wednesday night.
Barca have made a stuttering start to 2021/22, though, and head coach Ronald Koeman remains under pressure - although he could ease that somewhat by guiding the Blaugrana to their first El Clasico win in five attempts.
Real have enjoyed a much better campaign so far under Carlo Ancelotti (like Koeman, a former Everton boss), although they did suffer a shock 2-1 loss to Espanyol last time out in La Liga - their first league defeat of 2021/22.
Los Blancos haven't kicked a ball at domestic level for two weeks, however, with their scheduled Matchday 9 meeting with Athletic Bilbao postponed due to the extended round of South American World Cup qualifiers leaving them without a number of players.
Ronald Araujo, Pedri, Ousmane Dembele and Martin Braithwaite all remain unavailable for Barca, while Jordi Alba is also a doubt - but Koeman will have been boosted by the recent returns of Ansu Fati and summer signing Sergio Aguero.
As for the visitors, Gareth Bale, Luka Jovic and Isco are all out, with Dani Carvajal a doubt - but there is a chance that Eden Hazard may return to the squad.
Kick-off is at 7:45pm BST on Sunday 24 October, and UK viewers can watch live on LaLigaTV.
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