What is it? Real Madrid and Barcelona face each other in a pre-season friendly as part of the International Champions Cup. A competition of immense prestige. What time is kick-off?
This El Clasico-lite is in the early hours of Sunday morning. The match gets under way at 1.05am BST, which is 8.05pm on Saturday local time.
What TV channel is it on?
UK viewers can watch proceedings live on Premier Sports, available for £9.99 per month on a series of platforms.
See here for details. Alternatively, you can follow live updates right here throughout the match. Where is it being played?
The two behemoths meet in the 65,000-capacity Hard Rock Stadium in Miami, Florida.
View photos Zinedine Zidane is the first coach since Arrigo Sachi to win consecutive European Cups Credit: Getty Images What is the team news?
Cristiano Ronaldo is still on holiday following his exertions at the Confederations Cup with Portugal so Real are without their talisman.
a rumoured target for Manchester United earlier this week, will play in Zinedine Zindane's front-three alongside Karim Benzema and playmaker Isco - who was so impressive in their Champions League run last season. " data-reactid="58"> Gareth Bale, a rumoured target for Manchester United earlier this week, will play in Zinedine Zindane's front-three alongside Karim Benzema and playmaker Isco - who was so impressive in their Champions League run last season.
Barcelona have the full compliment if
Lionel Messi, Luis Suarez and Neymar to select from, though the Brazilian might find himself exiled from the squad after his training ground bust-up with Nelson Semedo.
Gerard Deulofeu, who returned to Catalonia from Everton this summer, are both out injured.
View photos Barcelona's Neymar jokingly boxes with a teammate during a training session Credit: AFP What are they saying?
"It’s a bit strange to play Madrid in the preseason and so far from home. It’s all part of our preparations and it’ll be a nice game and a special one too because it’s a Clásico. I hope we put on a great show, considering the stage of the season we are at. It’s all about getting into our rhythm and gaining confidence."
What are the odds? Real Madrid 2/1 Barcelona to win 5/4 Draw 12/5 What is our prediction?
Real are likely to have the upper hand in La Liga this season, especially if Neymar departs the Nou Camp. Who knows what to expect from this match however, which is essentially a glorified marketing exercise on a poor pitch. We're going for a free-and-easy 2-2 draw. There will still be plenty of gamesmanship on show. This is a Clasico after all.
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