Barcelona travels to the Spanish legislative hall to confront Real Madrid on Saturday in El Clasico with title trusts on the line in La Liga. The title race has passed savage with three groups inside three focuses. Atletico Madrid actually leads with 66 focuses, yet both Barca and Real get an opportunity to complete the end of the week in the lead position. Barca is only a point behind Atleti, while Los Blancos are three focuses behind. Here’s how you can watch the match and what to know:
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- Date: Saturday, April 10
- Time: 3 p.m. ET
- Location: Estadio Alfredo di Stefano — Madrid, Spain
- TV: beIN Sports
- Live stream: fuboTV (Try for free)
Genuine Madrid: Short seven-day stretch of arrangement with a few question marks. Can Sergio Ramos play? With Raphael Varane out because of testing positive, how might the backline look? We saw Eder Militao and Nacho play at center back against Liverpool, and they looked strong. However, that was with Casemiro helping cover them. Expect something comparative here, and with Casemiro dropping profound, it could give Barca the end in the center to get forward.
Barca: This group has been ablaze actually in La Liga, winning six straight and 13 of their last 14 to get once more into the title race. No group is playing better, and that energy could convey them here following a brief week for Los Blancos. The key will be to manage the speed of Real on the flanks, so don’t be stunned if the Barca guard plays extremely held. They ought to be fresher and will get their looks on an objective.
Messi’s sorcery against an undermanned Real guard is the distinction. Pick: Barcelona 2, Real Madrid 1