Real Madrid vs Barcelona live stream info, TV channel: How to watch El Clasico on TV, stream online

Real Madrid vs Barcelona live stream: Lineups, Kickoff time, TV listings, and how to watch El Clasico online

The biggest match in the universe is upon us. You’re not gonna miss it, right???

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When: Saturday at 7 a.m. ET
TV: beIN Sports
Stream: fuboTV
Follow: CBS Sports App

Barcelona vs. Real Madrid

Welcome to the biggest game of the season! Spanish giants Real Madrid and Barcelona play another edition of El Clasico at the Santiago Bernabéu, and this one could change the destiny of both teams for the entire season.

For Barça, the mission is simple: win the Clasico will put them 14 points ahead of their biggest rival, which would basically end Real’s title chase and force them to look at the Champions League as their only realistic shot at silverware.

The problem for Madrid is that their next Champions League matchup is against Paris Saint-Germain in the Round of 16, so if they lose the Clasico on Saturday and the knockout round against PSG, their season is over a lot sooner than expected.

The pressure is on both sides to perform, and although their future this season will be heavily affected by the result of this game, all of that will be forgotten once the game starts: Real Madrid vs Barcelona is a World Cup Final of its own, and what happened before or what will happen next just does not matter for 90 minutes.

It’s Lionel Messi against Cristiano Ronaldo, it’s Zidane against Valverde, it’s Suárez against Benzema, it’s the biggest game of the season. You just cannot miss El Clasico. Please watch it.

How to Watch and Stream Barcelona vs Real Madrid El Clasico

Television: beIN SPORTS (USA, Canada, Spain), Sky Sports Football (UK), SuperSport 7 (Nigeria), SONY TEN 1 (India)

El Clasico, the world’s greatest soccer rivalry, is back this Saturday as Real Madrid faces Barcelona at the Santiago Bernabeu with so much on the line. You’ve got first-place Barca led by Lionel Messi, the top scorer in the matchup’s history, while Real Madrid is in fourth place and gets Cristiano Ronaldo back from a calf injury.

Here’s how you can watch the match, what to know, injury news and more.

What’s on the line?

Real Madrid (4th, 31 points): A shot to get back into the title race, with a win cutting the gap to eight points with a game in hand.
Barcelona (1st, 42 points): A chance to stay eight clear atop the table and potentially go 14 clear of Real Madrid.

Ronaldo injury concern?

Cristiano Ronaldo has practiced alone due to a calf injury for most of the week, which left his status for the game a bit in doubt. But he fully trained with the side on Friday and he’s expected to play unless something else changes in the final hours.

Prediction

Real Madrid hasn’t been sharp in La Liga, while Barcelona is undefeated on the league season. Lionel Messi and company remain undefeated, but don’t get the win. Real Madrid 2, Barcelona 2.