Nou Camp and Bernabeu giants will meet at the Mestalla tonight to compete for the King’s Cup.
Part two of four of El Classico takes place tonight as Barcelona and Real Madrid battle for the Copa del Rey.
The two La Liga giants have met only five times in the final of the competition’s 110-year history with Barcelona edging the encounters 3-2.
Real Madrid keeper Ricardo Zamora produced a stunning performance as Los Blancos defeated their Catalan rivals 2-1 in 1936.
In 1968, 100,000 Bernabeu supporters were stunned when a comical own goal by Fernando Zunzunegui secured victory for Barcelona by one goal to nil.
Six years later Real Madrid would record the biggest victory of the five previous finals, 4-0 thanks to goals by Santillana, Rubin, Aguilar and Pirri.
Barcelona have emerged victorious in the last two encounters . Winning 2-1 in 1983 thanks to Victor and a late Marcos goal whilst in 1990 Johan Cruyff’s ‘Dream Team’ eased a 2-0 win thanks to Amor and Julio Salinas.