Barcelona travel to the Vicente Calderón Stadium to take on Atletico Madrid as they look to reclaim the La Liga title on Sunday.
The Catalans, who are currently in excellent form winning 11 out of their last 12 league fixtures, are now only three points away from clinching the La Liga title, meaning they will be crowned the new Spanish champions if they manage to beat Atletico Madrid on Sunday.
Last season, Atletico Madrid clinched the title by holding Barcelona to a 1-1 draw during the two sides' final La Liga fixture of the campaign.
There were suggestions of the Catalans looking for vengance against Atletico on Sunday, but manager Luis Enrique said that his side will not be travelling to the Vicente Calderón with revenge on their minds.
"I haven't seen any desire for revenge among my players. Atletico had a great season last year and were deserved champions," said Enrique, according to Yahoo Sports.
However, the former Malaga boss admits that playing the "penultimate game" against Atletico is "exciting."
"The schedule has decided that we play on the penultimate game in the Calderon and it is exciting," said the Spaniard, adding that they will be punished if they are not at their very best against Atletico on Sunday.
"If we are not intense in a game like this then we can't win. This game will be like a final and in the two finals we need to play with the maximum intensity to win the prize."
Barcelona, who are also in the final of the Copa Del Rey and the Champions League, have a very good chance to repeat the success they achieved in 2008/09, when they completed the treble, this season.
But Enrique insists that his players are well aware of the fact that repeating this feat this season is not going to be easy, even though they are very close.
"It is one thing to have got to here, but the players are very realistic and they know how difficult it is to win the three titles and equal what they did a few years ago. We have to play three great games."
Meanwhile, Atletico will also be hoping to get a positive outcome in this fixture and force the title race until the very final day of the season.
Considering the fact that the Rojiblancos have already qualified for next season's Champions League and they are nowhere near the La Liga title race, the outcome of this match holds absolutely no importance to them.
Still, they will be hoping to win or at least draw this game so that they are able to finish ahead of fourth-placed Valencia and avoid the Champions League play-offs next season.
Atletico Madrid boss Diego Simeone, who admits that Barcelona have been playing very well this season, says that he has told his players to avoid thinking and just play their natural game.
"What worries me about Barcelona is that they are a very good side. There are so many things that it is better if I say nothing," said Simeone, according to Yahoo News.
"It is best not to think. You have to play each second as if it is the last. When you think, your mind blocks. This is going to be our plan. My message to the players is run and don't think."
Atletico Madrid: Oblak; Juanfran, Godín, Giménez, Siqueira; Turan, Gabi, Suárez, Koke; Griezmann, Mandzukic.
Barcleona: Bravo; Alves, Piqué, Mathieu, Alba; Rakitic, Busquets, Iniesta; Messi, Suárez, Neymar.
Where to watch live
The La Liga match is set to begin at 7 pm local time (10:30pm IST, 6 pm BST, 1 pm EDT) with live coverage in India on Star Sports 4 and Star Sports HD 4. Viewers in India can also catch all the action via live streaming online on Starsports.com.
Viewers in the UK can catch all the action on Sky Sports 5 and Sky Sports 5 HD, while the option to live stream is on Sky Go. The game can be streamed online in the US and Canada on Bein Sports Connect.