Real Madrid and Barcelona have added motivation for the Super Cup second leg, with the overall EL Clasico head to head a dead heat.
After 110 years and 220 competitive editions of the fixture, the two bitter rivals are neck and neck, with 87 wins each and 46 draws.
Barca also have the chance to equal the amount of official titles Real have won. Currently the Catalans have 73 in their trophy cabinet, whereas the Madridistas have 74.
The clubs have contested the deciding leg of the Super Cup at the Bernabeu only three times in the past, with Barca winning there in 1968 but Real victorious in 1990 and 1997 – when Jose Mourinho was the Blaugrana's assistant Coach.
Barcelona are unbeaten in their last seven visits to the Bernabeu however, a run stretching over four years.