This year’s La Liga title race is closer than ever – with just two points separating the Spanish giants, there’s a lot going on in this El Clasico.
In Real’s camp, Frenchman Karim Benzema is the player to watch. He kicked off the campaign with 13 goals in 16 games but his confidence has waned of late. On his day, he’s still one of the best in the world.
In Barca’s corner, Lionel Messi will be the man pulling everything (as per usual). The Argentine international, who turns 33 this year, has already taken part in an astonshing 42 El Clasicos, only one short of the current record holder, Los Blancos defender Sergio Ramos.
Barcelona should be looking for to maintain their record-breaking undefeated streak when they are going to take against Real Madrid in El Clasico on 02/02/2020. bEinsports will broadcast the event globally.