Barcelona vs Real Madrid takes place on Saturday at 10pm (UK time) for a pre-season Clasico.
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How to live stream Barcelona vs Real Madrid online:
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Barcelona vs Real Madrid match preview:
It’s a pre-season Clasico live from America with defending La Liga champions Barcelona taking on bitter rivals Real Madrid in Texas.
Barcelona have only just started pre-season, losing 5-3 to Arsenal in what was a fiery affair for their opening game, which brought complaints from Xavi. It was the first of three big games in America for Barcelona who, after taking on Real Madrid, also face Champions League semi-finalists AC Milan before returning to Spain for one final friendly against Tottenham. Ilkay Gundogan made his unofficial Barcelona debut in the defeat to Arsenal, joining from Manchester City after winning the Treble, ready to take on the Champions League with his new club. Also arriving at Barcelona this summer are Inigo Martinez and Oriol Romeu, the latter returning having played in the club’s La Masia academy.
Real Madrid had to make do with just the Copa del Rey, Club World Cup and UEFA Super Cup for trophies last season, missing out on La Liga to Barcelona and beaten by Man City in the Champions League semi-finals. They’re not resting on their laurels and have already spent over €100m on Jude Bellingham while also beating Barcelona to the signature of Arda Guler. Los Blancos have already had two friendlies on their pre-season tour of America, beating Real Madrid and AC Milan, the latter coming thanks to goals from Bellingham and Joselu, another new arrival. After El Clasico, Real Madrid face Juventus in their final friendly before returning to Spain ahead of La Liga’s start next month.
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