REAL MADRID vs Barcelona — no matter where, no matter when — you cannot miss this one.
It is world football’s most glamorous fixture with the game’s biggest talent usually assembled across La Liga’s biggest clubs.
And never more than now with past, present and probably future Ballon d’Or-winners all in action.
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So who would make a Real Madrid–Barcelona super team?
Here, we pick our combined XI
Marc-Andre ter Stegen
A difficult choice this one — and not for the right reasons.
Goalkeeper is an area both sides desperately need to strengthen in the summer
Ter Stegen gets the nod courtesy of having made fewer high-profile errors than Keylor Navas.
Another area where neither sides are particularly strong — Dani Alves is still stronger than any player available.
However, Carvajal is a solid enough performer and rarely lets Real Madrid down.
Barcelona have seriously struggled at right-back and gave up in attempting to convert Sergi Roberto.
Would probably get into any team in the world.
Ramos is key to this Real Madrid side and, in a weekend where Zinedine Zidane made rotations, his captain stayed in the team.
Is arguably the best defender of the last decade, and easily beats, Javier Mascherano and Samuel Umtiti.
Pique is a class act, who is still difficult to get by.
Pepe and Raphael Varane are both top defenders, but this was a fairly comfortable call.
Quite simply, the best left-back in world football — and he has been for a while now.
Marcelo is world class and showed his worth in Real Madrid’s 4-2 victory over Bayern Munich in the Champions League.
Jordi Alba is a decent player, but second best here.
Another whose presence was never in doubt — he easily beats Casemiro.
Busquets has been a tad unlucky in in that he played alongside Xavi and Andres Iniesta at his peak for Barcelona so he was never going to stand out.
But the 3-0 defeat against Juventus came in his absence and that’s no coincidence.
One of the greatest midfielders in football history.
Too good, in fact, given how much Barcelona still rely on him.
Iniesta would beat any of Real Madrid’s — or anyone else’s — midfielders into this team.
A tough call between him and Toni Kroos.
But Modric has become integral to this Real Madrid side.
If one were to leave in the summer, it would most likely be the German.
It’s been a quiet season for Ronaldo — so it was just the five goals in the two Champions League quarter-final ties.
The four-time Ballon d’Or-winner is taking a long time to decline as people have been suggesting for years.
Don’t bet against him having a big say in this one.
Makes the team due to Neymar’s suspension — but still beats Gareth Bale.
Suarez arrived at Barcelona as one of the world’s best, but has got even better.
Has scored four times in just five Clasico clashes he’s played in, including the last one.
Has not scored against Real Madrid since a hat-trick at the Bernabeu in in March 2014.
However, he is enjoying one of his best seasons and is the leading marksman in both La Liga and the Champions League.
This is must win for Barcelona, and that’s just when Messi seems to step up to the plate for his club.
A tricky one — but Enrique just edges it due in large part to his first season.
Barcelona were written off at the end of 2014, but stormed back to win the Treble and then claimed a league and cup double the following season.
Zidane has enjoyed a huge amount of luck with late goals galore, but he could win a league title in first full season and still retain the Champions League.