Football's biggest football match happens this weekend at the Camp Nou as Barcelona entertain Real Madrid in the first El Clasico match.
Both teams go into the match on the back of disappointing losses last time out, Barcelona losing 1-0 away to Getafe, with Madrid also going down by the same margin against Cardiz.
Ahead of the clash, here are some numbers worth looking at.
0: Clásicos without fans
This is the first time in the history of the clash that the match will be played behind closed doors, as a result of the coronavirus.
0: Koeman v Zidane
The two have never met before in any competitive match either as players or managers
2: Clásicos without Barça scoring
Last season, Barça failed to score in either of the games against Real Madrid, and that’s a very rare circumstance indeed
4 Ansu Fati’s goals this season
The Barcelona starlet is the club's top goalscorer so far this season while Vinicius is Madrid’s top scorer with two
5: Fifth Dutchman
Koeman is not the first Dutchman to manage an El Classico tie, with Rinus Michels, Johan Cruyff, Louis van Gaal and Frank Rijkaard all having gone before him.
8: Number of debutants
Neto, Dest, Araujo, Junior Firpo, Pjanić, Riqui Puig, Pedri, and Trincão have never played in El Clasico before, even though some have faced Real Madrid with different teams.
14: Koeman Clásicos
The Dutchman is not new to the El Clasico, having played in 14 of them. This is however the first time he will be taking part as manager.
26: Messi v Madrid
The Argentine has scored the most number of goals in the fixture, eight more than Alfredo di Stefano, who held the previous record.
96: Wins against Real Madrid
Barça will be hoping to draw level on 97 in the total wins against their eternal rivals
399: Total goals
FC Barcelona are just one goal shy of their 400th against their fierce rivals
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