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Real Madrid v Barcelona 21st November 2015

Real Madrid v Barcelona 21st November 2015

Real Madrid v Barcelona 21st November 2015

Date: 21/11/2015     Time: 6:15 pm - 8:00 pm     Location: Santiago Bernabéu Stadium


benzema-clasicoWho will win El Clasico? There is no doubt that Real Madrid v Barcelona is the number one football fixture in the world, and THE match all football fans really want to see in person before they die! Luis Enrique’s treble-winning Champions will arrive at the Bernabeu with a fair degree of confidence in their ability to win this match, with Rafa Benitez new at Real Madrid and with a team whose multi-billion price tag could not cover a certain frailty (especially in midfield and at the back)last year.

But let’s face it, anything can happen in this match, and you only have to look at the clashes of these football Titans over the last 20 years to know that predictions are of little value. Just the roll-call of players on display in this match makes it a must-see. Guaranteed to produce moments of skill, excitement and suspense, that you will not see at any other sporting occasion.


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Real Madrid v Barcelona 21st November 2015
Date: 21/11/2015     Time: 6:15 pm - 8:00 pm     Location: Santiago Bernabéu Stadium

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Real Madrid v Barcelona

Last year’s match ended with Real Madrid winning convincingly 3-1. This appeared to mark the ultimate ascension of the new Madrid team under Carlo Ancelotti, recently crowned UEFA Champions for the 10th time. Although Neymar opened the scoring on that day Madrid rallied powerfully and goals by Ronaldo, Benzema and Pepe left Barcelona looking dishevelled, with doubts significantly raised about the relative prospects of FC Barcelona for the season compared with Real Madrid.

With fast, skilful players such as Isco and Jesse to back up the star player performances of the newly proclaimed “BBC” (Bale, Benzema, Cristiano) most pundits thought Real Madrid would rule the roost in Spain for a while, watching Barcelona struggling to gel under new manager Luis Enrique. How wrong they all were. Acclaim for Ancelotti’s team was not to last and with a few weeks after that match there teams fortunes has reversed, with Luis Suarez slotting in nicely to the Barcelona team, Messi returning to his best form, and Luis Enrique’s judgements proving more and m0re reliable.

Our verdict: We take Barcelona to win El Clasico 2015 narrowly!

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