The match between Barcelona and Real Madrid has been postponed as against the date (October 26th) scheduled for the clash at Camp Nou, according to the report in Marca.
Due to insecurity reasons around the Catalonia region of Spain following the court ruling of the nine Catalonia political activists.
The competition committee has moved to confirm that the match should be postponed to a later date that would be agreed upon by the board of the clubs.
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The two Spanish giants will meet to agree on a date that would be suitable for the clash and inform the committee before 10:00 am on Monday, October 21.
If the two clubs failed to reach a consensus, the committee will take it upon itself to set a date for the big clash.
A statement released officially dismissed LaLiga's requests to change the calendar and have the game played at the Estadio Santiago Bernabeu.