El Clasico second leg fixture date & time between Real Madrid and Barcelona has been confirmed by La Liga president Javier Tebas.
The first Clasico of the season ended in 0-0 at Camp Nou in December after it was rescheduled from October due to political protests in the city and was marred by clashes outside the stadium.
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However, it was the first time the famous fixture had ended goalless in 17 years and saw the two teams stay level at the top of the table but the returned will be held at Santiago Bernabeu Stadium on Sunday 1 March with a 9 pm kick-off Nigerian time.
President of La Liga Javier Tebas has revealed the two rivals meet again in the 26th round of matches and at a launch event for La Liga TV in London on Wednesday where he announced date and time of the next Clasico.
It will be the first Clasico for new Barcelona coach Quique Setien, who took over from Ernesto Valverde at the Catalan club on Monday.