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  • Writer's pictureChristos Davos

Match of the Weekend: Barcelona - Real Madrid


Barcelona and Real Madrid face each other for the eleventh game of the Primera Division in a match that can change the image that exists at the top. However, only the match between the two teams is important as it is the biggest derby in the world.


Barcelona

Xavi's side host Real Madrid and need a win to move up in the standings after the match. The difference between the two teams is only one point, with a win Barcelona will be ahead. The psychology is at excellent levels after the home win over Shakhtar for the Champions League in which Xavi also rotated and rested players. As for Lewandowski, who suffered from an injury in the previous period, there is optimism that he will catch the derby, but if he does manage to start, it is difficult to start as a starter.


Real Madrid

Another demanding match is coming for Real Madrid. Carlo Ancelotti's men will be looking to leave Barcelona with a win and cement themselves at the top of the table. As for Bellingham who left with discomfort in the adductor the medical team was reassuring as it was emphasized that the discomfort was due to overload and that he will be available for the fraction.


Plus and minus

Barcelona

+In her last games she seems not to concede goals so easily

-He is far from the physical home and it remains to be seen if this will affect the derby


Real Madrid

+ Offensively finds the way to the net easily

- Defensively, he has some problems and shows gaps


TEAM FORMS

Barcelona

N N I N N

In the last five matches, he has four wins and one draw


Real Madrid

N I N N N

In the last five matches, he has four wins and one draw


MATCH STATISTICS

  • Both teams have scored in two of Barcelona's last five meetings

  • Both teams have scored in three of Real Madrid's last five matches

  • There have been over 2.5 goals scored in two of Barcelona's last five matches


POSSIBLE ELEVENS

Barcelona: Ter Stegen, Araujo, Christensen, Inigo, Balde, Romeo, Gundogan, Gavi, Cancelo, Ferran, Felix.

Real Madrid: Kepa, Rudiger, Alaba, Kamavinga, Tswameni, Kroos, Bellingham, Rodrigo, Vinicius.

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