El Clasico on Saturday promises to be a totally different game than what the world saw live from the Camp Nou in the Copa del Rey on February 26. Barcelona were crushed in their own backyard and when Angel Di Maria ridiculed Carles Puyol to assist Cristiano Ronaldo’s second goal, there was no way back for the hosts.
After getting dumped from the Spanish Cup, the Blaugrana are expected to multiply their efforts in La Liga. An overwhelming 16-point advantage offers Barcelona some kind of much needed comfort ahead of El Clasico at the Santiago Bernabeu on March 2, 2013.
Jordi Roura needs to boost his team’s spirit and he will have to do so without injured midfielder Xavi Hernandez. Both Barcelona and Real Madrid are expected to make several changes to their latest respective line-up with Los Blancos’ best XI aiming to stay fit for next week’s Champions League match away to Manchester United. Could Saturday’s Clasico be Kaka’s time to shine?
beIN Sport en Español and beIN Sport will provide live coverage of El Clasico from 10:00 a.m. EST in the United States. One thing UK viewers must note is that there will be no live coverage of Real Madrid vs Barcelona on March 2 as the 15:00 GMT setting of the fixture conflicts with English football coverage. El Clasico will be delayed on Sky Go, Sky Sports 1 Ireland and Sky Sports 1/HD at 20:00 GMT.
Watch Real Madrid vs Barcelona live on Al Jazeera Sports – precisely on Al Jazeera Sports HD2, Al Jazeera Sports +1 or Al Jazeera Sports +6 in Arabic zones. SuperSport 3 Africa and SuperSport 10 will bring the game live to its African audience. Star Sports is part of the Asian channels enlisted to broadcast El Clasico live this weekend.
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