There isn't much need to try and 'sell' the Clasico, is there? As probably the biggest game in European football, the frequently fiery clashes between Real Madrid and Barcelona are usually full of action, goals and controversy that keeps fans coming back for more.
Now though, there's yet another reason - as if you needed one - to watch. It just so happens that the Clasico first of this season at the Bernabeu tomorrow is going to be utterly jam-packed with world superstars.
Barcelona and Real Madrid have never been short of a talented player or two over the years but after splashing the cash on big names over the summer both teams are ram-packed with superstars. For Madrid there's James Rodriguez, the Colombian Prince who graced the World Cup, to go alongside the likes of Cristiano Ronaldo and Karim Benzema.
And for Barcelona, there's a certain Luis Suarez who could be pulling on a shirt alongside Neymar and Lionel Messi. The Uruguayan's ban for biting Giorgio Chiellini at the World Cup over the summer comes to an end just in time for for the showdown against Real Madrid - convenient that - and it seems as though he's fired up and ready to go.
Barcelona have released a short teaser video along with the message: "Luis Suarez ready to make his debut" to whet the appetite ahead of the game - and it certainly looks as though he's in line to be handed his first appearance for the club despite four months out of the game judging by the clip.
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Real Madrid fans pinning their hopes on the fact that he could be rusty may need to be wary however - the former Liverpool ace put two past England for Uruguay at the World Cup after spending a month sidelined following knee surgery.
While Suarez should be on the pitch one former Premier League player who's already settled in Spain won't be. Gareth Bale was forced to sit out of Madrid's 3-0 Champions League over Liverpool in midweek with a buttock muscle injury and now Los Blancos boss Carlo Ancelotti has confirmed that he won't feature tomorrow either.