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Fans would love to see a Clasico in the Copa del Rey final but this year they will instead be treated to two games across the semi-finals. The first leg takes place this week with a month’s wait for the return fixture, as both Real Madrid and Barcelona look to secure the latest bragging rights.
As participants of the Spanish Super Cup (which Barcelona won by beating Real Madrid in the final) both sides were given byes in the round of 32 in this season’s Copa del Rey. Barcelona have so far beaten Intercity, Ceuta and Real Sociedad, while Real Madrid have knocked out Cacereno, Villarreal and Atletico Madrid.
Real Madrid team news
David Alaba missed the weekend’s draw against Atletico Madrid due to a hamstring injury suffered in the 5-2 Champions League win over Liverpool and is not expected back until later in March, training inside. Ferland Mendy has stepped up recover from his injury, training both inside and outside but the Frenchman hasn’t been named in the squad. Rodrygo is available but only starts on the bench.
Confirmed Real Madrid XI: Courtois; Carvajal, Militao, Rudiger, Nacho; Modric, Kroos, Camavinga; Valverde, Benzema, Vinicius Jr.
Barcelona team news
Ansu Fati is available after missing the defeat to Almeria at the weekend, but Barcelona are set to be without Pedri, Ousmane Dembele and Robert Lewandowski. The latter suffered a hamstring strain in the defeat to Almeria and is now expected to be out for two weeks – potentially returning just in time for the La Liga Clasico.
Confirmed Barcelona XI: Ter Stegen; Araujo, Kounde, Alonso, Balde; Kessie, Busquets, De Jong; Raphinha, Torres, Gavi.
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Scoreline prediction: Real Madrid 1-1 Barcelona
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