La Liga's greatest clash, El Clasico, played between giants Barcelona and Real Madrid, has been rescheduled from October 26.
The decision has been made by the Royal Spanish Football Federation (RFEF) and the La Liga officials, owing to the ongoing conflict in Catalonia, following the prison sentences handed to previous Catalan politicians.
Catalonia in chaos following jail term to renowned politicians
As per reports, nine Catalan leaders, who were part of the country's pro-independence movement, have been handed jail terms, ranging from nine to 13 years, after their role in an attempt to split from Spain.
Other than them, three other defendants have been found guilty of disobedience. They have been fined, as well as banned from public office for a period of 20 months.
Real Madrid top the La Liga table with 18 points from eight games. They are followed by defending champions Barcelona, with 16 points from the same number of games. While Barca were off to a shaky start, they have managed to recover well so far.