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El Clásico 2016, Barcelona vs. Real Madrid: Time, TV schedule and live stream

The biggest game in world football will kick off at 20:30.

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There's no such thing as a meaningless Clásico between Real Madrid and FC Barcelona. When these two teams meet, it doesn't matter how big Barça's lead in the Liga table is or how important Madrid's next Champions League game could be. The pride of two clubs is at stake and this becomes the most important thing when the match begins.

Zinedine Zidane's men know how hard it will be to overcome their deficit in the Liga table, but Barcelona's 0-4 win at the Bernabéu should still hurt Cristiano Ronaldo and Co. Many things have changed since that game but Barça's lead has increased even after Zidane took over. Madrid should give their best to obtain their first away win against Barcelona since the 1-3 in the Copa del Rey back in 2013.

Raphaël Varane was the star of that match and he will not be available tonight. Luckily enough for Zidane, the BBC seems completely ready to play and they shall not be underestimated.

Match Information

Location: Camp Nou, Barcelona, España.

Kick-off time: 08:30PM CET, 02:30 PM Eastern.

Time converter at worldtimebuddy.com

Available TV: BeIN Sports (US), Sky Sports 2 (UK), Canal+ Partidazo (Spain), SuperSport 3 (Kenya) Others.

Available streaming: BeIN Connect (US), Sky Go (UK), Yomvi (Spain) Others.

For listings in other countries, check out LiveSoccerTV.com.