Barcelona will host Real Madrid today, the second runner-up to the surprising leader Girona in the Spanish LaLiga, for the 11th. date of the contest, in a new edition of the most important classic in the world.
The match will be played starting at 11:15 with ESPN and Star+ broadcasting, at the Lluís Companys Olympic Stadium in Montjuic, where Barcelona plays at home while renovations are being carried out at the Camp Nou.
It will be classic number 254 in history, in which the Catalans accumulate 100 victories, the Madrid 102 and tied 52 times.
The Madrid team must win to regain its leading status as a result of Girona’s agonizing victory, which marked the start of the 11th. date.
The rest of date 11 will be played as follows:
Almería-Las Palmas, 9 (ESPN).
Barcelona-Real Madrid, 11.15 (ESPN).
Mallorca-Getafe, 1:30 p.m.
Cádiz-Sevilla, 16 (ESPN).
Betis-Osasuna, 9 (DSports).
Rayo Vallecano-Real Sociedad, 11.15 (DSports).
Athletic Bilbao-Valencia, 1:30 p.m. (ESPN).
Atlético Madrid-Alavés, 16 (DSports).
Granada-Villarreal, 16 (ESPN).
= Positions: Girona 28 points; Real Madrid 25; Barcelona 24; Atlético de Madrid 22; Royal Society 18; Athletic Bilbao 17; Rayo Vallecano 16; Valencia and Betis 14; Osasuna 13; Getafe and Las Palmas 11; Seville, Villarreal, Alavés and Cádiz 9; Mallorca 8; Celta de Vigo and Granada 6; Almeria 3.
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