Barcelona vs. Real Madrid: El Clásico 2023 Match Preview, Schedules, and Latest Updates

2023-10-28 09:42:00

Barcelona vs. Real Madrid face each other in a new edition of El Clásico de España for matchday 11 of LaLiga EA Sports. The Madrid team comes to this match after beating Sporting Braga 2-1 in the Champions League and achieving a bitter draw against Sevilla in the local league, although it continues to maintain its lead.

For its part, Xavi Hernández’s team occupies third place thanks to the agonizing 1-0 victory against Athletic Club, while in the Champions League they are at the top of Group H. Below, find out the world schedules for watch the Spanish derby, this Saturday, October 28, 2023.

Schedules, Barcelona vs. real Madrid

In Spain, Italy and France: 16:15 hoursIn Mexico and the United States: 8:15 hoursIn Peru, Colombia and Ecuador: 9:15 hoursIn Venezuela, Bolivia and Chile: 10:15 hoursIn Argentina, Paraguay, Uruguay and Brazil: 11: 15 hours

This is how Real Madrid arrives in LaLiga

Real Madrid drew 1-1 on Saturday in their visit to Sergio Ramos’ Sevilla FC during the tenth matchday of La Liga, maintaining the provisional leadership of the Spanish championship at least until Sunday’s matches.

After having scored two goals that were disallowed in the first half, Carlo Ancelotti’s men conceded an avoidable goal, scored against their goal by the Austrian David Alaba (74), before Dani Carvajal’s equalizer with a header (78).

The Madrid team retains the first position in the championship with 25 points, but gives Girona (2nd, 22 points) and FC Bacelona (3rd, 21 points) an opportunity to close the gap.

Asked about the referees after his complaints last weekend after the 1-1 draw with Sevilla in the League, Ancelotti considered that “refereeing in Europe is a different pressure, they don’t have the pressure they have in the League with this.”

“I have to focus on my team and leave the refereeing work to the referees,” added Ancelotti, who again complained that he cannot speak about the referees in Spain.

“I don’t have freedom of expression talking about the referees because if I say what I think they will suspend me, I want to work, I can’t answer these types of questions,” Ancelotti said.

“I think it would be a good sign if we talked about football here, beyond refereeing issues because that is what is important,” said Real Madrid goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalaga at the same press conference.

“In the locker room we are focused on the game, on the match, on ourselves, we are not going to talk about the referees,” added the merengue goalkeeper, who predicted a complicated match against “a team that is going to make things difficult, but we come with confidence and what matters to us is taking the three points.”

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