Champions Real Madrid will host Barcelona at the Estadio Santiago Bernabeu in the first El Clasico of the La Liga season on Sunday.
Their last La Liga match was in March, with Barcelona getting an away 4-0 victory.
The 185th running of the derby in La Liga history will kick off at 1415GMT.
Having 22 points, both sides are yet to taste defeat in eight La Liga games, but Barcelona top the standings on goal difference.
Barca’s Polish star Robert Lewandowski will make his first El Clasico debut in La Liga.
Meanwhile, three matches from top leagues are scheduled on Sunday – Liverpool vs. Manchester City in week 11 of the Premier League, Paris Saint-Germain vs. Olympique Marseille on matchday 11 of Ligue 1, and Torino vs. Juventus in the 10th week of Serie A.
Manchester City are ranked 2nd with 23 points, one point behind leaders Arsenal, while Liverpool are 10th with 10 points.
In French Ligue 1, Paris Saint-Germain top the standings to collect 26 points without a defeat, and Olympique Marseille are third with 23 points and one loss.
Italian powerhouse Juventus are currently 8th with 13 points, while Torino are ranked 10th with 11 points.