Real Madrid can take a jump toward securing this present season’s La Liga title when they play host to Barcelona in the second of this present season’s El Clasico gatherings on Sunday at the Santiago Bernabeu.
Los Blancos are ahead of Barcelona by 3 points with a game in hand, heading into Sunday’s standoff, where triumph for the hosts could see the crown’s destination chosen considering just only few games remaining in this season.
Barcelona have scored four times in each of their last two outings to the Bernabeu, however without Neymar, and supervisor Luis Enrique entering his last derby before leaving the Blaugrana, the visitors will battle to maintain that example.
NO NEYMAR, NO ASPIRATION?
Unfortunately Barcelona will be playing without Neymar with the first time against Real Madrid due to his suspension against Malaga. The Brazilian maestro has at time outshone the likes of Lionel Messi and Luis Suarez.
CONFIDENT REAL MADRID
You absolutely sense that certainty at Real Madrid would recommend they feel they can’t lose this season. At the end of the day the Gods appear to sparkle on them. Madrid certainty makes them walk onto the pitch supposing they won’t be beaten. Against Napoli, Bayern, Villarreal and Las Palmas they indicated they are side that are never beaten, however in the wake of giving the opponents a lot of opportunities to beat them. Genuine Madrid have won 10 points this season from losing positions, more than any other club in La Liga.
BARCA’S BELIEF IS LOW
Due to absense of Neymar and their recent loss against Juventus shaken the confidence of Barcelona. Barcelona side that has been losing the aggregate hard working attitude more as the season has advanced and the PSG gameonly complimented to bamboozle.
Gareth Bale is a doubt for the host due to calf injury, while center-back Rafeal Varane and Pepe remain sidelined. Barcelona will be playing without Neymar due to his suspension which means Alcacer could be in the playing 11.
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