It has been confirmed that the next Clásico between Real Madrid and Barcelona will take place on Sunday 1 March.
Political protests in Catalonia had seen the initial clash between the sides at the back end of last year postponed on numerous occasions.
The previous meeting between the two failed to live up to the hype surrounding it, as Madrid left Catalonia with a fully deserved point after neither side could break the deadlock in a 0-0 stalemate.
Neither side have been in glittering form for the rest of this season either, however, it is La Blaugrana who sit atop La Liga with 40 points after 19 matches, narrowly edging in front of Madrid on goal difference.
Next LaLiga Clasico, at the Santiago Bernabeu on Sunday March 1st at 9pm Spanish time.— Phil Kitromilides (@PhilKitro) January 15, 2020
Despite being top, some uninspiring results under Ernesto Valverde saw the Spaniard relieved of his duties in charge of the club, who were swift to appoint