El Clásico

Saturday’s El Clásico to be shown live on eir Sport

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The league fixture will be shown on Irish TV this Saturday, with kick-off at 19:45.

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La Liga fixtures were until recently exclusive to Eleven Sports, but the online streaming service has since been joined in the market by competitor Premier Sports who have secured a significant portion of those rights in the UK and Ireland.

Eir Sport have obtained the Irish rights to Saturday’s Clásico via Premier, with whom they have a longstanding relationship, and will air the key league encounter live from 19:40 on eir Sport 2. Eleven Sports subscribers in Ireland can also still watch the game as normal.

Kick-off is at 19:45 Irish time.

Saturday’s Clásico in La Liga will be the second time in four days that Real Madrid and Barcelona will have clashed at the Bernabeu: the two Spanish giants will first square off in the second leg of their Copa del Rey semi-final on Wednesday night, with the tie currently balanced at 1-1.

For Irish viewers, Wednesday’s Copa showdown will be shown live only on Eleven Sports. Kick-off is at 20:00 Irish time.

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Real Madrid host Barcelona in the first of two Clasicos taking place this week.
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Spain’s arch-rivals meet in the second leg of the Copa del Rey on Wednesday with the tie poised at 1-1 following a draw at the Nou Camp at the start of February.

Barcelona crushed Los Blancos on their own turf back in September with a 5-1

La Liga defeat in Catalonia costing Julen Lopetegui his job.

Real were a much-improved unit in this tie’s first leg a few weeks ago however with Lucas Vazquez giving them the lead before Malcolm hit back with an equalizer.

In front of their own supporters, Real will now be looking to end Barcelona’s dominance of this competition which stretches back to 2015.

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Barcelona will be without midfielder Arthur for the second leg clash with Copa goalkeeper Jasper Cillessen also unavailable as he continues to recover from a calf injury.

Samuel Umtiti is back and 100 percent fit, according to his manager, after over three months out with a knee injury.

Los Blancos were without their skipper Sergio Ramos on Sunday as he served a one-match suspension but the Spaniard is certain to return to the starting XI midweek.

Isco, now a peripheral figure under Santiago Solari, remains unavailable due to a back issue.


Real Madrid XI: Navas; Reguilon, Varane, Ramos, Carvajal; Casemiro, Modric, Kroos; Vinicius, Benzema, Lucas

Barcelona XI: Ter Stegen; Alba, Lenglet, Pique, Semedo; Busquets, Rakitic, Alena; Dembele, Suarez, Messi

Score prediction: Real Madrid 0-1 Barcelona

TV channel and live stream online coverage

UK based fans have been unable to watch the previous rounds of the competition, 

but streaming service Eleven Sports have acquired the rights to broadcast this, and the rest of the remaining Copa del Rey matches

Matches can be viewed either on an app (Android or iOS) or via the Eleven Sports website, www.elevensports.uk, 

although fans will need to sync their telephones, tablets or computers to a television in order to watch games on TV.

Eleven Sports will also be showing the Spanish giants’ league clash on March 2, 

which means it is offering three El Clasicos at £5.99 a month now, with that price dropping to £4.99 on March 1.

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Barcelona and Real Madrid have played each other on 273 previous occasions across all competitions,

with Barcelona leading the way with 113 victories compared to Real’s 99. There have been 61 draws.

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Real Madrid vs Barcelona
Copa Del Rey 2018-19
Venue: Santiago Bernabeu
Date: Wednesday, February 27, 2019
Kick-off: 8pm GMT

Real Madrid

Real Madrid welcome Barcelona in the second leg of the Copa del Rey semi final, following a closely contested 1-1 draw at the Camp Nou.

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Barcelona, the competition’s most successful side with 30 titles, come into the fixture full of confidence, following an inspired 4-2 away win against Sevilla in La Liga.

Los Blancos will need to improve on their slim margin of victory at the weekend, where they required a late penalty from Gareth Bale to spare their blushes away to Levante.

Where to Watch

When is Kick Off?                                             ​27th February 2019
​What Time is Kick Off? ​20:00 (GMT)
​Where is it Played? ​Santiago Bernabéu
TV Channel/Live Stream? ​BeIN Sport
​Referee? TBC

Team News​

The big news for ​Real Madrid is that skipper Sergio Ramos will be available for the second leg, following the one-match suspension he was awarded after picking up two yellow cards during the shock defeat to Girona. Isco’s back injury that has kept him out of four games in all competitions looks to keep him sidelined him once more.

El Clasico will come too soon for Barcelona’s Brazilian midfielder Arthur, who has been unavailable since early February with a hamstring injury. The long-term fitness problems persist for both Rafinha and Jasper Cillessen who will miss the clash due to their respective injuries.

Predicted Lineups

​Real Madrid  ​Navas; Carvajal, Ramos, Varane, Marcelo; Kroos, Casemiro, Modric; Bale, Benzema, Vinicius
​Barcelona ​Ter Stegen; Semedo, Pique, Umtiti, Alba; Rakitic, Busquets, Vidal; Messi, Suarez, Coutinho

Head to Head Record

Barcelona hold the bragging rights over their old foe this season, as a ​Luis Suarez hat-trick helped the Catalan giants on their way to a fine 5-1 win.

However, ​Barca have been on the other side of a crushing defeat against their rivals in recent years, with Los Blancos winning the previous two-legged Super Cup encounter 5-1.

Real Madrid still boast the most Clasico victories, with 95 to Barcelona’s 93 out of their 238 competitive meetings.

Recent Form 

Though form is often irrelevant in classic clashes such as these, six wins out their last seven successive league games for Real Madrid has kept their slim title hopes alive as they look to keep up the pressure on Barcelona at the top of the table.

A 3-1 away win to rivals Atletico Madrid being the pick of the bunch, with Juventus’ struggle in Madrid exemplifying the difficulty Atletico represent at home.

It has been a stop-start few weeks for Barca. Their 4-2 win away to Sevilla followed a disappointing 0-0 draw in France against a plucky Lyon side. 10-man Athletic Bilbao provided a stern test for the Catalan side too, where they also failed to find the net. These struggles in front of goal do seem to be behind them however, following ​Messi’s outstanding hat-trick at the weekend.

Here’s how each team has fared in their last five matches:

​Real Madrid  Barcelona ​
​Levante 1-2 Real Madrid (24/02) ​Sevilla 2-4 Barcelona (23/02)
Real Madrid 1-2 Girona (17/02) ​Lyon 0-0 Barcelona (19/02)
​Ajax 1-2 Real Madrid (13/02) Barcelona 1-0 Valladolid (16/02)
​Atletico Madrid 1-3 Real Madrid (09/02) ​Athletic Bilbao 0-0 Barcelona (10/02)
​Barcelona 1-1 Real Madrid (06/02) Barcelona 1-1 Real Madrid (06/02)


The Santiago Bernabéu is a tough place to visit for even the best of teams, with Barca certainly falling into this category. The Catalan side will understand the importance of an early goal in order to eliminate the Real’s away goal advantage.

Real can feel confident however, with ​Ramos back from suspension and several stars rested for the majority of their win against Levante. Being able to field fresh legs in what will be a hotly contested fixture could prove a decisive advantage for Real.

Real Madrid don’t have the big game goals that Cristiano Ronaldo provided time after time, something Barca, through Messi, still possess. Though Los Blancos have seriously improved in recent weeks, this game looks set to be too tough a task.