Real Madrid vs Barcelona line up offically

The rivalry between Los Blancos and Barcelona will be reignited after the two teams faced each other five times during the 2022-2023 season.

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Real Madrid vs Barcelona line up offically

Although Barcelona emerged victorious on three of those occasions, Los Blancos prevailed in their most recent matchup, which was the second leg of their Copa del Rey semi-final match, winning 4-0.

Alejandro Balde, the left back for Barcelona, was able to shake off an ankle problem and come on as a substitute during the second half of their loss to Arsenal on Wednesday. As a result, he should now be considered for a starting role in El Clasico.

On the other hand, newly signed Inigo Martinez is still working his way back from a problematic foot injury and is still waiting for his baptism with Barcelona, but other than that, the Spanish champions are in good shape for the meeting with their fierce rivals.

Torres, Balde, Jules Kounde, Frenkie de Jong, and Franck Kessie are among the players who are vying for starting roles for Saturday's match. As is customary for preseason games, a number of lineup adjustments are likely to be made.

Arda Guler, a teenage phenomenon for Real Madrid who is a new face in the ranks of the team, did not see the field during their recent victory against Man United and was kept in reserve due to thigh discomfort. It is possible that Arda Guler will not be risked from the beginning of the match on Saturday either.

Real Madrid line up vs Barcelona

Ancelotti should once again be able to call upon practically all of his soldiers and might potentially consider a fair number of alterations. Dani Ceballos is also nursing a hamstring injury, which is apparently going to keep him away for another few weeks.

Andriy Lunin performed a good job between the sticks against Man United, but Thibaut Courtois might get the nod in goal moving forward. Eder Militao, Ferland Mendy, and Toni Kroos also have compelling arguments for starting roles.

Real Madrid vs Barcelona

Real Madrid probable starting lineup: Courtois; Carvajal, Militao, Alaba, Mendy; Kroos, Tchouameni, Valverde; Bellingham; Joselu, Vinicius Jr

Barcelona line up vs Real Madrid

Both Barcelona and Real Madrid have already shown a propensity for goals during the preseason as players strive to make their imprint under the direction of Xavi and Ancelotti, who should oversee an intriguing match on the turf in Dallas.

Barcelona probable starting lineup: Ter Stegen; Kounde, Araujo, Garcia, Balde; Kessie, Romeu, De Jong; Dembele, Lewandowski, Fati

We anticipate that this weekend's El Clasico will live up to its billing and result in a high-scoring stalemate despite the fact that it is always difficult to know exactly what to expect in pre-season because managers are continuously tinkering with their side's tactics.

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