Barcelona and Real Madrid lock horns once again in one of the biggest rivalries in football: El Clasico.
Ronald Koeman and Zinedine Zidane go head to head at Camp Nou, and neither manager will want to make a misstep so early on in what will be a taxing 2020/21 season.
Given Lionel Messi’s clash with the Barca board this summer, this could well be the Argentine legend’s final Clasico home game at Camp Nou – and if it is, he will want to be going out with a bang.
As for Real, Zidane is under pressure heading into this battle given Real have lost two on the trot, and a hat-trick of defeats – especially to Barca – will leave the Liga champions with big questions to answer.
This match will be played behind closed doors at the Camp Nou with no fans due to be present due to government guidelines regarding coronavirus.