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Barcelona, Real Madrid learn Copa del Rey round of 16 opponents

Sid Lowe explains why the Copa del Rey format has provided extremely entertaining football matches.
Antoine Griezmann nets two second-half goals to lift Barcelona over UD Ibiza 2-1. Watch Copa del Rey on ESPN+.
Shaka Hislop says a healthy Lionel Messi is the only bright spot for Barcelona vs. Valencia.
Sid Lowe says Barca manager Quique Setien's shift in approach will be truly tested against Valencia.

Real Madrid will face second-division club Zaragoza in the round of 16 of the Copa del Rey, and Barcelona will take on struggling first-division team Leganes (stream all matches live on ESPN+).

Friday's draw also setup a match between defending champion Valencia and third-division club Cultural Leonesa, who eliminated Atletico Madrid on Thursday.

The round of 16 will still be played in single-elimination games for the first time this year, while only the semifinals will be decided with a home-and-away series.

Madrid will play away to Zaragoza, while Barcelona will host Leganes.

There were no restrictions involving the top-flight teams in the draw, except that the the lower-division clubs would get to play at home.

Zaragoza got past top-flight team Mallorca in the round of 32, while relegation-threatened Leganes ousted third-tier club Ebro. Barcelona and Madrid eliminated third-division clubs Ibiza and Unionistas de Salamanca, respectively.

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The only other matchup between first-division clubs will be Real Sociedad versus Osasuna.

In other games between first- and second-division clubs, Sevilla will take on Mirandes, Athletic Bilbao will face Tenerife and Villarreal will play against Rayo Vallecano.

Badajoz, the other third-division club in the draw, will host Granada.

Eight first-division teams were eliminated in the round of 32 including Atletico Madrid, Real Betis, Eibar, Celta Vigo, Valladolid, Espanyol, Levante and Mallorca.

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