Given Barcelona can all-but seal the Liga title on Sunday with a win over Real Madrid, it's not exactly the most nail-biting Clasico of recent times.
Even if Madrid do manage a victory, Barca will still likely have enough to get over the line.
Still, there are enticing battles all over the pitch.
Real Madrid's ever-changing midfield unit will have to contend with Barca's new quartet; Ronald Araujo and Vinicius Junior will once again go head-to-head; and Robert Lewandowski and Karim Benzema will try to outscore each other at either end.
This page contains affiliate links. When you subscribe through the links, we may earn a commission.
📺 Watch El Clasico live on Viaplay Sports in the UK
💻 Watch El Clasico live on ESPN+ in the U.S.
⚽️ Where to watch Barcelona vs Real Madrid
But what would a combined XI look like? How does one pick between Pedri or Toni Kroos? Marc-Andre Ter Stegen or Thibaut Courtois? Lewandowski or Benzema?
GOAL tries to assemble a perfect combined Clasico XI based on this season's form...