When: Sunday, 3 pm ET
Where to watch in the U.S.: beIN Sport
Spain's top two come together on Sunday, as Atletico Madrid travel to face the might of Barcelona at Camp Nou.
Atletico are six points adrift and it's hard to imagine Barca dropping too many more, so you have to believe victory is essential to whatever hope they may have of being realistic challengers this season.
Leading their line will be Radamel Falcao, who scored five times in their 6-0 win against Deportivo La Coruna last time out. The Colombian hitman is the darling of the gossip columns and one of the hottest forwards on the planet right now.
The hottest will be lining up for Barcelona and goes by the name of Lionel "I just broke Gerd Muller's record" Messi. Not many people get the black-and-white treatment from Getty images, but Messi's historic feat was deserving of the kind of romantic homage that appears above.
Barca have won eight in a row in La Liga. Atletico won't want to give Real Madrid any further encouragement to catch them.
Two of the world's most potent attacking threats to the fore, we should be in for a treat.