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El Clásico - How to watch Real Madrid vs Barcelona in the Spanish Super Cup

January 14, 2023 By Oscar Rojas
Los Blancos and Los Culés lock horns with another title up for grabs between them. Don't miss their clash with this broadcast guide.

A new edition of the Spanish Super Cup final will once again see Real Madrid and Barcelona fighting to take the title home. This is common ground for both of these teams, but there are special circumstances that could make this match epic.

For starters, both teams make it to this game after similar wins after penalty shootouts. Real Madrid claimed their spot in the final by defeating Valencia, while Barcelona came out on top over Betis. Curiously, the main men during those shootouts were their goalies, as Thibaut Courtois stopped one penalty and Marc-André Ter Stegen denied Betis' shooters twice.

The second fact that could turn this clash into an epic showdown has to do with the kind of moment both teams show prior to this game. Barcelona have won five of their last six, with the only exception during that run being a draw against Espanyol, and Real Madrid entering the game after winning four out of their lat five, with their loss against Villarreal being the only setback in that streak of games.

To top it all, two of the best strikers in the world will be on the pitch to help their teams' quest for goals. Robert Lewandowski will lead Barcelona's line, while Karim Benzema is ready to show the world why he claimed the 2022 Ballon D'Or and how his snub from the French team was clearly a mistake. Both players scored en route to the final, so both of them will enter the match in high spirits and with nothing but a win in mind.

Here are some interesting facts to keep an eye on before the second El Clásico of the season kicks off.

Real Madrid vs Barcelona - Team news

The defending Supercopa de España champions make it to this match after a grueling clash that ended in a penalty shootout against Valencia. The match was so complicated for Los Merengues that they picked up one more injury concern, while two players will be in doubt before the match kicks off.

On the other hand, Barcelona also had to struggle to beat Betis in the other semi-final, going all the way to spot kicks to determine the winner. Los Blaugranas had a few scares when it comes to some of their top players being fatigued, but there are no major absences for Xavi Hernández as he plans his lineup for the key tie.

Here are the names of unavailable players for each team

Real Madrid - Injured: David Alaba, Aurelién Tchouamení, Lucas Vázquez. Doubtful: Eder Militao, Eduardo Camavinga.

Barcelona - No missing players.

Real Madrid vs Barcelona - Head-to-head

  • Real Madrid defeated Barcelona 3-1 in the most recent El Clásico between them.

  • Across all comps, Los Blancos have won six out of the last seven games against Barcelona.

  • Barcelona's most recent win against Los Blancos took place on March 20, 2022. That game concluded with a four-nil score for Los Blaugranas.

  • This will be the sixteenth Supercopa de España clash between these teams. So far, Real Madrid have won nine of those, with two draws and four wins for Barcelona.

  • This will be the eighth Supercopa de España final between these teams. Real Madrid have won six of the previous seven.

  • Barcelona's only Supercopa de España win against Real Madrid came in 2011, when Los Culés claimed a 5-4 win on aggregate.

  • The last Supercopa de España clash between these sides took place last year. Los Merengues claimed a 3-2 win over Barcelona after extra time.

  • Barcelona are the most successful team in the Supercopa de España, having won the title 13 times.

  • Real Madrid are looking to become the joint most winning team in this tournament, having claimed the title 12 times before Sunday's game.

  • This will be the fourth game between Carlo Ancelotti and Xavi Hernández as coaches. So far, "Carletto" has won two of those, with Xavi taking the win home in the other one.

Broadcast info: Real Madrid vs Barcelona


Match details, result and original broadcast info

Real Madrid 1 - 3 Barcelona

January 15, 2023 2:00pmKing Fahd International Stadium (Ar-Riyāḍ (Riyadh))

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