Real Madrid and Barcelona will face off in the Champions League on Tuesday.
The result is the first Champions League win for both teams and gives them the opportunity to make history as the first two sides to reach the quarter-finals of the tournament.
Real Madrid will travel to Paris in the first leg on Wednesday, while Barcelona will travel for their second leg against Manchester United on Thursday.
Both teams have enjoyed a run of form, and the result could give them confidence going into their clash in the final.
The Catalan giants will be hoping for a first win since they beat Juventus 3-0 in their last Champions League meeting in June 2016.
They have not won in France since the 2010 final, with the current holders having reached the quarterfinals four times in the last five years.
Barcelona will be without forward Neymar and midfielder Lionel Messi for the game due to their respective injuries.
Marc-Andre ter Stegen is suspended for the second leg due to a shoulder problem.
Andrea Pirlo is also suspended due to suspension for the Champions league opener against Real Madrid, but he has not yet been ruled out.
It will be the first time in Champions League history that Real Madrid will have won a game at the Nou Camp in the same season.
Alvaro Negredo, Luis Suarez and Neymar are all set to miss out, with Suarez due to miss his third game of the season.
The two sides have not played each other since 2009, and Barça’s recent run of results has not been without their share of trouble.
In the last 12 years, they have won just three times in 16 Champions League matches, with only two of those victories coming in the knockout stages.
Last season, Barça were eliminated in the group stage and only managed to get through the group stages of the UEFA Champions League in their previous season.
Real Madrid have only won one of their last five Champions League encounters against Barcelona, having been knocked out in the quarter finals by Barcelona in 2010.