Javier Tebas has revealed the second Clasico of the season between Real Madrid and FC Barcelona will take place on Saturday, Mar. 2 at the Santiago Bernabeu.
The La Liga confirmed the scheduling for the game in an interview on RAC1 on Monday.
Barça won the first meeting between the two sides 5-1 at Camp Nou at the end of October and are currently 10 points clear of Madrid in the table.
Madrid, however, are back in the top four after beating Real Betis 2-1 on Sunday following slip-ups this weekend for Alaves and Sevilla.
Both teams will have a free week to prepare for the Clasico, with Madrid taking on Ajax in the Champions League the following Tuesday.