Key Updates: El classicos, Derby matches and postponments; See below

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The fixture list for the 2020/21 LaLiga Santander season has been released.

The draw, held at the Spanish Football Federation’s headquarters at Las Rozas, revealed the dates for all 38 matchdays in Spain’s top flight.

Seven fixtures will take place on the opening weekend of the campaign on September 13, including a derby between Valencia and Levante at Mestalla.

The first Clasico of the season will be held on October 25 when Barcelona host Real Madrid at the Camp Nou.

The return fixture will see Barcelona travel to the Estadio Santiago Bernabeu on April 11.

As for the Madrid derbies, Real Madrid will host Atletico Madrid on December 13, while Los Blancos travel to the Wanda Metropolitano on March 7.

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None of the five teams involved in European competitions in August will take part in the opening weekend of the LaLiga Santander season – the same goes for playoff winners Elche.

Matchday 1 fixtures involving Atletico, Sevilla, Real Madrid, Getafe, Barcelona and Elche will all have to wait until the new year.

Atletico, Barcelona, Sevilla and Elche will also see their fixtures for Matchday 2 postponed because they finished later than Real Madrid and Getafe in August.

There is also the issue of Granada’s Europa League playoffs – their game against Osasuna from Matchday 4 will now take place on January 12.

No problems are expected for the final day of the season on May 23, which includes Real Madrid hosting Villarreal and Barcelona’s trip to Eibar.

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