Real Madrid and Barcelona shared the spoils in a 1-1 la Liga draw on Saturday night in the first of a quartet of Clasico encounters. Three-hundred and forty million people are expected to watch the four matches with the second coming tonight at Valencia's Mestalla stadium.
Spain's two biggest teams collide in the Copa del Rey final for the first time since 1990; to the victors goes the first piece of silverware this season.
The event promises to be a unifying event for the entire football community as the world's biggest players and coaches clash in a battle for domestic supremacy.
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