After Sunday's 2-2 draw at the Bernabeu, Barcelona and Real Madrid head to the Nou Camp on Wednesday evening for the second leg of this year's Spanish Super Cup. In the U.S., ESPN3.com and ESPN Deportes will broadcast live coverage of the match from 1700 ET. While in the UK, the match will be shown on Sky Sports 2 from 2155 BST.
For all other countries, a quick search of the multiple live streaming sites will point you in the right direction. Although quality and legality are subject to the broadcasting laws of individual territories.
Cesc Fabregas is expected to make his Barcelona debut, but may have to make do with a place on the bench (which should be good preparation for the rest of the season). Carles Puyol and Maxwell are both set to return after injury, with Javier Macherano likely to make way after he played the first leg as a makeshift centre-half.
"[Fabregas] has trained well, but has only done one session with the group," manager Pep Guardiola told Eurosport.
"He is in the squad and we will see if he can play the whole game. We need to play a great game to win the cup. I feel that we are still the better team," he added.
Real Madrid assistant manager Aitor Karanka indicated there could be changes from Sunday's team. Fabio Coentrao is in contention to make his full Madrid debut after an impressive substitute display in the first leg, with Gonzalo Higuain likely to replace Karim Benzema up front.
"We have to try to win from the start of the game," Karanka told Eurosport.
"We will bring the title back with us if we play like we did at the Bernabeu. We'll make changes to the team, but we'll decide on them tomorrow."