Match Today: Real Madrid vs Barcelona 23-07-2022 Friendly match

Real Madrid will begin their preparations for the 2022-23 season with a pre-season clash against arch-rivals Barcelona at Allegant Stadium in Las Vegas on Saturday. Barcelona played twice this summer and drew 1-1 with Olot before crushing Inter Miami 6-0, but Real Madrid has not played since its victory Liverpool beat Liverpool 1-0 in the Champions League final at the end of May. Barcelona started their pre-season with a 1-1 draw with Olot on July 13 before making the trip to the United States last weekend for their preparatory round. The Catalan giant scored a 6-0 victory over Inter Miami In the opening match on Tuesday night, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, Ravenha, Ansu Fati, Jaffe, Memphis Depay and Ousmane Dembele netted against Phil Neville's team in Florida. The Spanish champions improved their squad this summer by including Aurelian Chuamini and Antonio Rudiger. Kylian Mbappe was also expected to arrive on a free transfer but the France international decided instead to sign a new contract with PSG.

Real Madrid vs Barcelona

Xavi's team will face Real Madrid, Juventus and the New York Red Bulls in their last three friendlies of their summer tour before facing Pumas in the Joan Gamper Cup on August 7. The team's campaign in La Liga 2022-23 will begin at home to Rayo Vallecano on August 13. The summer period and brought Andreas Christensen and Frank Kessie in free transfers while Ravenha and Robert Lewandowski reached big financial deals, as the club managed to make some acquisitions despite their financial problems and the Catalan team finished second in the Spanish League last season, 13 points behind Real Madrid The champion who won 2-1 at Camp Nou in the league ahead of the start of the 2021-22 season. Barcelona beat Los Blancos 4-0 at the Bernabeu in March even though Xavi's team sent a message with a dominant victory in the Clasico.

Barcelona VS. Real Madrid

While the 2021-22 season has been a disappointing one for Barcelona, ​​the same cannot be said for Real Madrid, who won the La Liga and Champions League double. Carlo Ancelotti's side were far too strong for the rest of the competition in La Liga, with 26 wins, eight draws and four defeats from 38 games to collect 86 points to finish 13 points behind second place. Put Barcelona. Real Madrid beat Paris Saint-Germain, Chelsea and Manchester City in the Champions League knockout round last season to reach the final as they scored a 1-0 victory over Liverpool to lift the trophy for the 14th time in its history and will once again be the capital's side contenders for the crown in 2022-23. Ancelotti recently insisted that the club's transfer business is over, but it wouldn't be surprising to see them bolster their squad with another new contract before the end of the window as a number of first-team players are currently being linked with far-flung moves from the club.