Real Madrid vs Barcelona El Clasico Encounter, when and how to watch it?

    Real Madrid vs Barcelona El Clasico Encounter is the most awaited football match in 2022. This is one of the most recognisable rivalries in football. Both Barcelona and Real Madrid have a long history and a sizable fan base all around the world. They are also the two most successful teams in the annals of Spanish football. Barcelona has won LaLiga 26 times, whereas Real Madrid has won it a record 35 times.

    Real Madrid is once again in the lead when it comes to Champions League wins with 14 titles, followed by Barcelona with five. No matter the competition, both teams are always up against one another, trophy considerations aside.

    On October 16, 2022, in LaLiga, Real Madrid and FC Barcelona square off once more in the El Clasico to pen a new chapter in their storied rivalry that dates back decades. The team of Carlo Ancelotti wants to retain their championship.

    The teams are tied for first place, with Xav’s team leading on goal differential after eight games and 22 points total. As a result, the stakes are as high as ever, and fans across the world should expect a thrilling contest.

    Real Madrid vs Barcelona El Clasico – Match Schedule and Telecast Timings

    Date: 16th October 2022
    Kick-off time: 7:45 PM
    TV: Sports18
    Live Stream: Voot Select and JioTV

    Date: 16th October 2022
    Kick-off time: 10:15 AM (EST), 9:15 AM (CST), 7:15 AM (PST)
    TV: ESPN
    Live Stream: ESPN+

    Date: 16th October 2022
    Kick-off time: 3:15 PM
    TV: Premier Sports 1
    Live Stream: Premier Player HD

    Both these teams have significant flaws coming into this match. Real Madrid have struggled mightily with progression in the absence of Luka Modric, and seeing its attacking moves sputter. Barcelona, meanwhile, have been put to the sword by cataclysmic defensive mistakes.

    Barcelona have some key injuries at the back, and that could make all the difference in this match. Ronald Araujo is out until the middle of November with a hip injury and it’ll be a race against time for him to even be fit for Uruguay’s World Cup campaign. Meanwhile, Andreas Christensen has an ankle problem that will keep him out most of October, and Jules Kounde is missing with a hamstring problem. Hector Bellerin has a leg injury that will see him sidelined a few more weeks.


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