Real Madrid host Barcelona on Sunday night as the top two teams in La Liga go toe-to-toe in El Clasico.

With Barca two points clear of their rivals, both teams know that victory at the Bernabeu could have a major impact on the title race. Kick-off is at 8pm.

Lets take a look at five memorable meetings between the two Spanish superpowers...

March 2014: Real Madrid 3 Barcelona 4

Sergio Ramos saw red as Madrid lost a seven-goal thriller.

Lionel Messi's hat-trick inspired a thrilling win for Barca against ten-man Real.

Andres Iniesta put the visitors ahead before Karim Benzema's brace turned things around. Messi then struck with his first just before half-time to level the score.

A Cristiano Ronaldo penalty put the hosts 3-2 ahead before Sergio Ramos was sent off - and Messi completed his hat-trick with two penalties.

Real Madrid: Lopez; Carvajal, Marcelo, Alonso, Pepe, Ramos; Modric, Di Maria, Benzema, Bale; Ronaldo. Subs used: Morata, Isco, Varane.

Barcelona: Valdes; De Silva, Alba, Busquets, MAscherano, Pique; Hernandez, Fabregas; Messi, Neymar, Iniesta. Subs used: Sanchez, Pedro.

November 2010: Barcelona 5 Real Madrid 0

Iker Casillas flings himself in front of a Xavi shot as Barca striker David Villa looms.

Pep Guardiola's Barcelona inflicted the biggest margin of defeat in an El Clasico since 1994 when they beat Jose Mourinho's Real 5-0 at the Nou Camp.

The hosts never looked back after going 2-0 up inside 18 minutes through Xavi and Pedro. Messi did not score but he set up David Villa for the third and fourth goals in the space of three second-half minutes before Jeffren wrapped up the win after Ramos - again - received a red card.

Barcelona: Valdes; Alves, Puyol, Pique, Abidal; Xavi, Busquets, Iniesta; Pedro, Messi, Villa. Subs used: Bojan, Jeffren, Keita,

Real Madrid: Casillas; Ramos, Pepe, Carvalho; Marcelo, Khedira, Alonso, Di Maria; Ozil, Ronaldo, Benzema. Subs used: Diarra, Arbeloa.

May 2009: Real Madrid 2 Barcelona 6

Former Arsenal striker Thierry Henry was on the mark as the Catalan club scored a famous win at the Bernabeu in 2009.

Barcelona stormed to a 6-2 win at the Bernabeu on their way to their first title for three years in 2009.

Gonzalo Higuain nodded Real into the lead before Thierry Henry scored the equaliser and defender Carles Puyol headed his side ahead. Messi struck either side of a Ramos header to keep Barca in front before Henry tapped in his second and Gerard Pique added a sixth.

Real Madrid: Casillas; Ramos, Metzelder, Cannavaro, Heinze; Robben, Diarra, Gago, Marcelo; Raul, Higuain. Subs used: Garcia, Van der Vaart, Huntelaar.

Barcelona: Valdes; Alves, Pique, Puyol, Abidal; Iniesta, Toure, Xavi; Messi, Henry, Eto'o. Subs used: Keita, Busquets, Krkic.

April 2005: Real Madrid 4 Barcelona 2

Michael Owen sealed victory for Real in 2005.

At the peak of the Galacticos era, Michael Owen and David Beckham inspired Real to a 4-2 win over their arch rivals.

Zinedine Zidane and (original) Ronaldo put Los Blancos two goals up inside 20 minutes before Samuel Eto'o pulled one back. Raul made it 3-1 on the stroke of half-time before Beckham picked out Owen, who beat Victor Valdes to make it 4-1 in the 65th minute.

Ronaldinho expertly curled in a free-kick to reduce the arrears but it was too little too late.

The Madrid team also contained names such as Raul, Roberto Carlos and Helguera while Luis Figo appeared off the bench. 

Real Madrid: Casillas; Salgado, Helguera, Pavon, Roberto Carlos; Beckham, Gravesan, Zidane; Raul, Owen, Ronaldo. Subs used: Figo, Celades, Solari.

Barcelona: Valdes; Belleti, Oleguer, Puyol, Van Bronckhurst; Marquez, Iniesta, Xavi; Guily, Eto'o, Ronaldinho. Subs used: Maxi Lopez, Damia.

January 1995: Real Madrid 5 Barcelona 0

Luis Enrique, who would become a Nou Camp legend, was on the scoresheet for Madrid back in 1995.

Almost a year after a 5-0 loss at the Nou Camp, Jorge Valdano's Real stormed to victory by the same margin at the Bernabeu.

A first-half hat-trick from Chilean striker Ivan Zamorano put the game beyond the Catalans before Luis Enrique, who went on to manage and play for Barcelona, added the fourth. Jose Amavisca scored the fifth goal as Real went on to claim the title. 

The two teams contained a who's who of nineties football royalty - Madrid featured, along with Zamorano and Luis Enrique, Fernando Hierro, Michael Laudrup and an 18-year-old Raul.

The visitors' team sheet included Ronald Koeman, Pep Guardiola, Gheorghe Hagi and Hristo Stoichkov.

Real Madrid: Buyo; Quique Sanchez Flores, Sanchis, Hierro, Lsa; Luis Enrique, Laudrup, Milla, Amavisca, Raul, Zamorano. Subs used: Rafael Martin Vasquez, Alfonso,

Barcelona: Busquets; Abelardo, Ferrer, Koeman, Barjuan; Amor, Bakero, Guardiola, Hagi, Eskurza; Stoichkov.