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How to watch Real Madrid vs Barcelona: TV channel, live stream and kick-off time for El Clasico clash

Chris Byfield

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How to watch Real Madrid vs Barcelona: TV channel, live stream and kick-off time for El Clasico clash

Real Madrid host Barcelona tonight in the first leg of the Copa del Rey semi-final. Here are all the details regarding how to watch El Clasico.

Barcelona will travel to the Santiago Bernabéu hoping to record a positive result to take to the reverse fixture at the Camp Nou. Indeed, Xavi’s side are looking to win the competition for the sixth time in nine years.

Meanwhile Real, who have been imperious in European competition over the past decade, have not lifted the Copa del Rey since 2014.

While Barcelona are seven points clear of their bitter rivals at the summit of La Liga, it’s one win each in El Clasico matches so far this season.

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The Catalan giants came out on top when the pair met in Saudi Arabia in the Spanish Super Cup at the start of the year, while Los Blancos were victorious in the La Liga encounter.

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Here are all the details of how to watch the heavyweight Copa Del Rey clash.

How do you watch Real Madrid vs Barcelona?

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Real versus Barcelona will be broadcast in the UK on BT Sport 1.

Meanwhile, BT Sport subscribers will be able to follow a live stream of the game on the BT Sport app and website, which can be accessed across laptops, games consoles, tablets and mobile devices.

What time does Real Madrid vs Barcelona start?

Real versus Barcelona takes place on Thursday, March 2, with the match kicking off at 8:00pm GMT.

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Coverage for BT Sport viewers will begin at 7:45pm GMT.

With Carlo Ancelotti's side hosting the first leg of the encounter, Real will travel to Camp Nou on April 5th to conclude the two-legged affair.

Featured Image Credit: Alamy

Topics: Football, Real Madrid, Barcelona, La Liga, Copa Del Rey, BT Sport

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