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15:36. It’s a perfect day in Barcelona.

The sun shines bright in Barcelona. (Reuters)

15:25. The teams jump to warm up and the first fans already enter the Camp Nou.

15:18. There are no big surprises at Real Madrid beyond the replacement of Valverde. The transalpine coach is committed to his trio of leaders in the center of the field and trusts the overflow, the speed into space and the goal scorer of Rodrygo and Vinícius Júnior along with Benzema.

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15:10. Ansu Fati starts again after playing as a substitute in the Champions League match last Wednesday. The young Hispano-Guinean is the great hope of Barcelona fans for this Classic. With Lucas Vázquez as a winger, Barça can find a winning argument on the left side.

Photo: Ansu Fati celebrates a goal in LaLiga.  (Reuters)
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15:00. Koeman’s Barça goes out with ter Stegen, Mingueza, Eric, Piqué, Jordi Alba; Busquets, De Jong, Gavi; Dest, Ansu Fati and Memphis Depay.

15.00. Let’s go with the lineups. Ancelotti’s Real Madrid bets on Courtois, Lucas Vázquez, Militao, Alaba, Mendy; Casemiro, Kroos, Modric; Rodrygo, Vinícius Júnior and Benzema. Carvajal, recovered although without filming, waits on the bench as well as Valverde and Hazard.

14:55. Practically two years later, the Camp Nou will experience a Classic with an audience after the outbreak of the pandemic. In addition, the game has several more than interesting incentives. Although Ronald Koeman lost the two Clásicos he coached last season (1-3 at home and 2-1 at Valdebebas), Carlo Ancelotti has never won at Barça as a coach, where he has conceded three defeats and two draws. Today one of the two could break those negative records when only two points separate them in the table.

Photo: Dani Carvajal celebrates his goal against Betis.  (Reuters)
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14:50. ¡Good afternoon and welcome to the first Clásico of the season from the Camp Nou! Real Madrid visit a Barça in permanent sporting crisis after passing over Shakhtar Donestk (0-5) in the Champions League and chasing away the ghosts that haunted him in the last league match, where they fell away against Espanyol (2- 1). For their part, Barça narrowly saved their commitment to Dinamo Kiev with a solitary goal from Piqué (1-0) and seeks to add their second consecutive victory in LaLiga after beating Valencia in a very controversial match (3-1 ).

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