Former Liverpool forward Luis Suarez is set to make his competitive debut for Barcelona on Saturday.
The 27-year-old will feature in the clash against Real Madrid at the Santiago Bernabeu in La Liga.
The Uruguay international has served the four-month ban he received from FIFA for biting Italy defender Giorgio Chiellini during a 2014 World Cup match in Brazil in the summer.
Suarez has already been training with his Barcelona teammates and trained for the final time before the match on Friday.
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Barcelona coach Luis Enrique confirmed on Friday that Suarez, who joined the Catalan giants from Liverpool in the summer transfer window, will feature in El Clasico against 2014 Champions League winners Madrid.
‘He will have some minutes for sure’, BBC Sport quotes him as saying. ‘How many? That is the million dollar question. It is an important event for him. He'll have time on the pitch’.
Barcelona will head into the clash as La Liga leaders, having picked up 22 points from eight matches, scoring 22 goals and conceding none in the process.
Meanwhile, Madrid are four points behind the Blaugrana in third place, having scored 30 goals and conceded nine in the process.