The dates for the two La Liga El Clasico clashes have been revealed, with both sets of fans from Barcelona and Real Madrid set to for a duo of mid-table clashes in the league this season.
With the draw for all of the La Liga fixtures taking place on Tuesday, the two El Clasico battles are set to take place on 28th October and 3rd March, so it doesn’t seem like there will be a league-deciding clash between the two this season.
This news will probably be good for both sets of fans, as it means that there will be somewhat less pressure on El Clasico this time round, as, unless something goes majorly wrong for either side, then neither of the fixtures will be league title deciding this year.
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With both sides already looking very active in the transfer market this summer, we can’t wait to see these two line-up against each other in La Liga this season coming!
If one thing’s for certain, it’s going to be interesting to see how Real Madric cope without Cristiano Ronaldo in El Clasico’s from here on out, after the player left the club this summer to move to Juventus.
Real are going to look to stars like Marco Asensio and Gareth Bale this campaign, as they look to avoid more embarrassing defeats to the Blaugrana this time round!