There is nothing better than bouncing back from a big loss with an even bigger win.
Barcelona have been defeated in El Clásico in a match for the ages from Real Madrid, and heading into a giant week which includes the Annual Trip to Hell against Real Sociedad at the Anoeta, Barça have a great opportunity to offer a response to last weekend's loss when they face Atlético Madrid at home on Tuesday night in the Catalan capital.
After losing a 39-game unbeaten streak, there are some questions over the Blaugranes. Will the Catalans be able able to recover their incredible form in the most important part of the season? Or will the Clásico defeat start a horrible month in which the Treble winners will relinquish their crown? Has the 'MSN' trio gotten tired from destroying the world earlier on and now have nothing left in the tank to get the job done?
Coach Luis Enrique and his men need to show what they're made of. We have entered April, the home stretch of the campaign, and the biggest matches are here. They have been sensational, for sure, but they haven't guaranteed nothing, and the slightest drop in form can turn into a disaster. And Diego Simeone's Atlético is the perfect team to defend against Barça and begin the disaster with a shocking Champions League victory over the reigning champs.
Tuesday is must-watch and can't-miss.
Date/Time: Tuesday, April 5, 2016, 8:45pm local time, 7:45pm BST (UK), 2:45pm ET, 11:45am PT (US), 12:15am IST (India, next day)
Venue: Camp Nou Stadium, Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain
Referee: Felix Brych (GER)
How to Watch
TV: Fox Sports 1 (US), Fox Deportes (US - Spanish), TSN4 (Canada), BT Sport Europe (UK), TEN (India), TV3, Antena 3 (Spain), more
Online: Fox Sports GO, FoxSoccer2GO (US), BT Sport Live Streaming (UK), more