There will be three El Clasico in a space of 25 days in February-March as bitter rivals Barcelona and Real Madrid have been drawn to face each other in the semi-finals of the Copa de Rey.
The firsrt leg of the Copa del Rey tie will be played at Camp Nou on February 4 before the second leg at Santiago Bernabeu on February 27.
Three days later, the Spanish giants will meet again in the Spanish capital on March 2 in the return leg of La Liga fixture.
In the first leg, Barcelona beat Madrid 5-1 at Camp Nou with Luis Suarez scoring a hat-trick in the absence of injured Lionel Messi.
Barcelona came from behind to beat Sevilla 6-1 on aggregate and qualify for the semis, while Madrid have a straighforward outing beating Girona 5-1 (2-0, 3-1).
Barcelona beat Sevilla while Madrid got the better of Levante.
Barca, the 30-time winners, are looking for their fifth successive domestic cup triumph.
Meanwhile, in the other semi-final, Real Betis will take on Valencia, with the final set to be played in Sevilla on May 25.