The crunch tie in Catalunya will go some way to deciding this season's La Liga champions, and will be seen by interested spectators from all over the worldBarcelona and Real Madrid at Camp Nou.
780 media professionals, who work for 133 media platforms from 31 different countries, have been approved to provide coverage of the game between the Spanish rivals.
There will be 74 newspaper and magazine representatives, 16 agencies, four radio stations and 39 TV channels present at the stadium.
The majority of the media platforms involved are from Europe, but there will also be coverage teams from USA, Israel, Qatar, Japan and Malaysia.
Barcelona go into the game four points adrift of current Primera Division leaders Real Madrid, with five games left to play.
Saturday's Clasico kicks off at 20.00CET at Camp Nou.
Goal.com will be running a dedicated LIVE! on Saturday from 15.00-23.00BST to bring you all the build-up, action and reaction from Camp Nou for the latest installment of Clasico as Barcelona and Real Madrid fight it out in their hopes to be crowned the 2011-12 Liga champions. Our team of editors will also be on hand to bring you their expert insight while also answering your questions.