Quique Setién's side, who regained the lead against Real Sociedad (1-0) in the last game before the forced stoppage, are two points above Zidane's. 58 points vs. 56. With 33 points left to play for, the Blaugranes will try to remain above Los Blancos in what's expected to be an intense run-in for the right to be LaLiga champions.
Barça will start their final 11-game stretch by traveling to Son Moix to play against Mallorca (Saturday June 13 at 10.00pm CEST). Real Madrid will resume their season against Eibar, at Valdebebas, on Sunday 14 at 7.30pm CEST.
This is the league calendar for Barça and Madrid
Six away games for Barça
FC Barcelona will face one more away game than Real Madrid. The Blaugranes will play away against Mallorca, Sevilla, Celta, Villarreal, Valladolid and Alavés, whilst Los Blancos will do so against Real Sociedad, Espanyol, Athletic Club, Granada and Leganés.