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Supercopa de España - How to watch El Clásico on January 12, 2022

January 11, 2022 By Oscar Rojas
The second game of the season between these teams will have Xavi Hernández making his debut as a coach in such a clash. Follow the match with this guide.

One of the most interesting midweek games taking place in the next couple of days will be the one where Barcelona lock horns with Real Madrid in the Supercopa de España. While these teams have met previously in this competition, this will be the first time where they will be facing each other under the current one-leg format.

Barcelona will enter this game on a six-match streak without a loss in all competitions. Their most recent loss took place in the UEFA Champions League, when Bayern eliminated them after beating Los Blaugranas 3-0. Since then, Los Blaugranas have won three and have also drawn three more, but their defense has been a major cause for concern, as they have only kept one clean sheet during those games. Their most recent outing ended in a one-all draw against Granada, where they conceded the equalizer during the final moments of the clash.

Xavi Hernández will surely want to adjust a couple of things to be a match for the La Liga leaders. For example, the addition of Samuel Umtiti could come in handy for the team's defense. Added to that, Ansu Fati's return from injury will add depth to the team's attack, although the player could come in from the bench after spending more than a month away due to an injury.

On the other hand, Real Madrid make it to this game on a two-game winning streak following their surprise loss to Getafe in their first match in 2022. That loss put an end to a 15-game streak without a defeat for Ancelotti's men, with only two of those being draws. With the team going back to winning ways, the clash against Los Culés could come in handy for the Italian coach to confirm their superioirity over the Catalan side.

Real Madrid will travel to this game with a full squad to choose from, with the only exception being Gareth Bale. The Welshman is living his final months as a Real Madrid player, and he has been unavailable for the club since late August. This time, Bale is out due to a back problem, but Los Blancos will surely not miss a player that has not been able to contribute to their impressive pace in La Liga, and who's legacy with the Spanish side will only be remembered by the impressive number of injuries he picked up with at the Bernabeu.

Fans around the globe will be eager to watch this new edition of El Clásico being played in Saudi Arabia. Here are the main things to keep under consideration before the game begins.

Barcelona vs Real Madrid - Who's in and who's out?

Barcelona - Injured: Sergi Roberto, Eric García. Doubtful: Pedri, Martin Braithwaite. Ineligible: Ferrán Torres.

Real Madrid - Injured: Gareth Bale.

Barcelona vs Real Madrid - Head-to-head stats

  • The first fixture between these teams in the ongoing season ended in a 2-1 win for Real Madrid at Camp Nou.

  • This will be the 15th Supercopa de España game between these teams. So far, Real Madrid have won eight of those, while Barcelona have taken the win home four times. Two more games have ended in a draw.

  • The last Supercopa de España meeting between these teams took place in 2017. Real Madrid won the title by beating Los Culés with a 5-1 aggregate.

  • Real Madrid will enter this match while on a five-game streak without a loss against Barcelona across all competitions (four wins, one draw).

  • This will be Carlo Ancelotti's 13th game against Barcelona in his coaching career. So far, the Italian boss has led his teams to four wins, three draws, and five losses.

  • This will be Xavi Hernández's first Clásico as a coach against Real Madrid. In his playing career, Xavi faced Los Blancos 42 times, with 17 of those ending in wins for his team. The current Blaugrana boss was on the losing side 13 times, while 12 more games ended in draws. He scored five goals and handed out ten assists during those games.

Broadcast info - Barcelona vs Real Madrid

In Spain: #Vamos.

In the U.S.: ESPN Deportes, ESPN+, ESPN, ESPN Deportes+.

In the U.K.: BT Sport 1, BT Sport App,

In the Netherlands: Ziggo Sport 14, Ziggo Sport Select.

In Italy: Nove TV.

In France: L'Equipe Web, Molotov, L'Equipe, Free.

In Argentina: DIRECTV Sports Argentina, DIRECTV Sports App,

In Mexico: Blue To Go Video Everywhere, Sky HD.

In Australia: SBS On Demand, SBS.


Match details, result and original broadcast info

Barcelona 2 - 3 Real Madrid

January 12, 2022 2:00pmKing Abdullah Sports City Jeddah

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