IT'S a packed card tonight but there is no doubt the most-viewed match will be the Spanish Cup El Clasico second leg.
The first leg was more fascinating than fabulous and a 1-1 draw means it's all to play for at the Nou Camp.
Since that game Barca's crown has slipped slightly. They'll be kings of Spain at the end of the season but maybe nor rulers of Europe.
Lionel Messi and co went down 2-0 to Milan in their Champions League last-16 first leg and face a mountain to climb when the Italians visit.
That game showed good teams with great discipline can rumble Barca and there is every chance of Real upsetting them tonight with Jose Mourinho targeting this trophy after long ago giving up on a title defence. Mourinho has only lost one of the last six against his fierce rivals
Barcelona are just 1-2 with bet365 to reach the Final but I prefer Real at 15-8 with BetVictor. A draw that scores higher than 1-1 is good enough and I can picture a 2-2 which was the result when they last met there in October.
In the last 12 games Barca have kept just one clean sheet which is remarkable for a side so superior to the rest in the league.
Both are incredibly short but is there value elsewhere? I'm not sure there is.
Real to qualify
Over 3.75 goals
Ronaldo to score