Barcelona hope to capture their fourth-consecutive SuperCopa title Wednesday as they face rival Real Madrid at Santiago Bernabeu in the second leg.
The match will be played at 4:30pm eastern time, and can be watched on U.S. television on ESPN Deportes and in the U.K. on Sky Sports 3. It can be watched online here.
If successful, Barcelona will be the first club to ever capture the SuperCopa four-straight times, and it will be their 11th overall.
In the first leg, the Catalans found themselves down 1-0 after Real Madrid forward Cristiano Ronaldo headed in a corner from Mesut Ozil in the 55th minute of play, but then went on to score three goals in the next 22 minutes. Forward Lionel Messi gave Barcelona the lead for good after scoring on a penalty kick in the 70th.
Los Blancos midfielder Angel Di Maria scored in the 85th minute, but Barcelona held on to take a 3-2 lead heading into the second leg.
Barcelona displayed their trademark passing strategy against Real Madrid, as they maintained possession for 70 percent of the match. The Catalans also created six shots on goal compared to Real Madrid's two.
Real Madrid's latest acquisition could help them solve many of the problems that plagued them in the first leg. Play-making midfielder Luka Modric, who Los Blancos obtained earlier this week in a transfer with Tottenham Spurs, could make his Santiago Bernabeu debut.
Barcelona could also debut some new talent. Versatile defender and midfielder Alex Song did not appear in the first leg, even though he was available after his transfer from Arsenal on Aug. 20.
Song may be needed as defender Carles Puyol fractured his cheek bone Sunday against Osuana in La Liga play Sunday. Defender Javier Mascherano is expected to start in Puyol's place, but it wouldn't be surprising to see Song receive action.
Los Blancos defender Pepe will make his return to the line-up after missing the first leg, which should help Real Madrid defense against the Catalans' potent offense.
D: Arbeloa, Ramos, Pepe, Marcelo
M: Khedira, Alonso
Di Maria, Ozil, Ronaldo
D: Alves, Mascherano, Pique, Adriano
M: Xavi, Busquets, Iniesta
F: Sanchez, Messi, Pedro
Prediction: Barcelona won the first leg with 20 minutes of beautiful offense in the second half, but Pepe's return could stymie that production. Real Madrid will need to hold off Barcelona's impressive playmakers Xavi and Andres Iniesta.
Predicted Score: Real Madrid and Barcelona draw, 1-1.