Barcelona take on Real Madrid at the Bernabeu this afternoon in the biggest game of La Liga so far.
It is being shown live on Sky Sports but viewers must have a full subscription – including the sports package – to watch it.
However, there is a crafty way round things which will allow you to catch the game.
Firstly, you must have an account with Bet365, the online betting giants. You can then make the minimum deposit with your card of £5, which will allow you to watch the game.
The match is being streamed live on the site for customers with a funded account – regardless of whether you have bet on the game.
Then, if you don’t want to bet on the match, you can then withdraw your original £5 having watched the full 90 minutes of the match.
Alternatively, you can follow all the action on our live Real Madrid vs Barcelona updates blog here.
Today’s El Clasico is the 237th in all competitions and it is being broadcast live in 182 countries.
It means more than half a billion people will watch the action unfolding at the Bernabeu.
THE FIVE THINGS THAT HAVE CHANGED SINCE LAST EL CLASICO
The Asensio hype has died down
Marco Asensio was the star of the show when Real Madrid cruised to a 5-1 aggregate victory in the Super Cup in August.
The young Spaniard unleashed an unstoppable 35-yard strike, which flew past Marc-Andre ter Stegen to send the Bernabeu into raptures.
With two fine performances across the two legs, many fans started to believe that the ex-Mallorca man was destined for greatness but he’s struggled for form in recent months.
Back in August the 21-year-old was one of the first names on the Galacticos’ team sheet but things are different now, particularly since the return of Gareth Bale.
The tables have turned
When Los Blancos trounced the Catalans in the Super Cup, many saw this season’s La Liga title going only one way.
Zinedine Zidane’s side were fresh from winning the league and Champions League double plus their strength in depth made them outstanding candidates to retain both trophies this time round.
Things couldn’t be more different as we reach Christmas with Real Madrid playing catch up to try and claw back the 11-point deficit.
Barca can extend their lead to 14 points with a win at the Bernabeu.
Paulinho the powerhouse
Many laughed when Paulinho joined Barcelona in the summer for £36m from Guangzhou Evergrande.
Dubbed a ‘Spurs reject’, the Brazilian has thrived in Ernesto Valverde’s midfield and become a fans’ favourite at the Nou Camp.
Having scored five goals in the league this season, he’s registered more than Cristiano Ronaldo (4) and the same as Antoine Griezmann.
In recent Clasicos, Barcelona have lacked a combative, energetic midfielder and Paulinho is the perfect player to fill that void.
Valverde showing his managerial quality
It’s safe to say that Ernesto Valverde wasn’t the most popular choice to take over at Barcelona.
The Spanish tactician has certainly answered his critics after propelling the Blaugrana to the top of the table.
When his side were embarrassed in the Super Cup, we were braced for an era of Real Madrid dominance.
The current league standings and Barca’s unbeaten record is testament to Valverde’s coaching qualities and ability to get the best from his players.
Ronaldo not at his best
Barcelona will be relieved that Cristiano Ronaldo comes into the Clasico with a knock and in inconsistent form, but they would be naive to underestimate him.
The Portuguese talisman has only registered four goals in La Liga this term and has trained alone this week following a calf injury that he nursed during the Club World Cup.
Ronaldo was in red-hot form despite being sent-off during the Super Cup first leg at the Nou Camp as he scored a screamer.
Los Blancos will be desperate for a big performance from their forward as they look to close the gap at the top.