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Over 140 zones have been covered so whether you are located in Europe, Asia, Africa, South America or elsewhere, you may be able to find where to stream the game live this Sunday. Simply visit El Clasico’s match page for full details.
The previous meeting ended 2-1 in favour of Barca. Messi and Ronaldo’s presence was overshadowed by Neymar’s dream debut in El Clasico and Alexis Sanchez’s wonderful long-range strike.
Gareth Bale could not quite find his space in the game but Real Madrid’s traveling fans witnessed the rise of home-grown youngster Jese Rodriguez. His injury time strike which finished off Ronaldo’s on-point pass offered a consolation for the Spanish giants.
With Iker Casillas’ participation looking quite uncertain and Jese’s absence due to a long-term injury, Madridistas will want the hosts to play a perfect game and claim revenge. The prize at stake is quite attractive for Real Madrid: the option of creating a seven-point lead at the top of La Liga table with nine games left to play.
However, FC Barcelona are expected to go all out for a win. Messi already counts 18 goals and 11 assists against Los Blancos and will be keen to increase his tally this Sunday.
Watch Real Madrid vs Barcelona live on Sunday, March 23, 2014:
In USA at 16:00 ET / 13:00 PST:
|United States||beIN Sports, beIN Sports Play, beIN Sports Español, XFINITY Latino, SiriusXM FC|
In UK at 20:00 GMT:
|United Kingdom||Sky Sports 1 HD|
In Spain at 21:00 ET:
|Spain||Canal+ 1 / HD / 30|
In Canada at 16:00 ET / 13:00 PST:
|Canada||beIN Sports Play Canada, beIN Sports Canada|
For live scores, visit the Real Madrid-Barcelona match page.
Which team is likely to end the night with the upper hand? Below are various comparisons between Los Blancos and the Blaugrana since the start of the 2013/14 Spanish La Liga campaign.
- La Liga points: Real Madrid 70-63 Barcelona: Real win
- Team goals: Real Madrid 77-81 Barcelona; Barca win
- Goals conceded: Real Madrid 26-22 Barcelona: Barca win
- Topscorers goals: Cristiano Ronaldo 25-18 Lionel Messi; Real win
- Best passer: Luka Modric 1,548-2,030 Xavi Hernandez; Barca win
- Most fouls: Sergio Ramos 45-40 Dani Alves; Barca win
El Clasico infographic by Barcelona's official website