Saturday, 3 December 2016

El Clasico : Barca v Real (predict and Win #15,000)

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As well as having Iniesta back, Enrique can call upon defenders Jordi Alba and Gerard Pique, who are both fit after picking up knocks last weekend.

For Real, Gareth Bale is missing as he continues his recovery from ankle surgery, which could keep him out for up to four months.

Toni Kroos could feature in some capacity after training with his team-mates on Friday having recovered from a foot injury which has ruled him out in recent weeks.

Lionel Messi is the top goalscorer in El Clasico history, with 21 to his name.

Messi has not scored in a Clasico match where he has been playing at the same time as both Luis Suarez and Neymar.

Messi has gone five matches without a goal against Madrid in all competitions - his worst run against Los Blancos.

Cristiano Ronaldo is more successful away from home - 10 out of his 16 Clasico goals were scored at Camp Nou.

Only Alfredo Di Stefano (18) has scored more goals against Barcelona for Real Madrid than Ronaldo.
Suarez is the only player to have scored twice in a Clasico where either 'MSN' or Real Madrid's 'BBC' frontline have played together.
Zidane could become the first Real Madrid manager to win consecutive away games against Barcelona since Miguel Munoz in 1965.
Real Madrid have received 11 red cards in their last 26 games against Barcelona, four of them to Sergio Ramos.  
The Clasico has not produced a 0-0 draw since November 2002.

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