Friday, 20 November 2015

Real Madrid vs FC Barcelona Live Streaming Online HD Soccer TV
Spain  Primera Division
Kick Off: Saturday (21 November) 18:15 (GMT +1)
Live TV Link :  Link 1, Link 2
Last Six Match Result:
Barcelona: WWDWWW
Real Madrid:
FC Barcelona 2-1 Real Madrid – 22nd March 2015 – La Liga
Today's Probable LINE-UPS
Barcelona (4-3-3): Bravo; Alves, Pique, Mascherano, Alba; Busquets, Rakitic, Iniesta; Messi, Suarez, Neymar
Real Madrid (4-2-3-1):
Navas; Danilo, Pepe, Ramos, Marcelo; Kroos, Modric; James, Bale, Ronaldo; Benzema

Match Reviews: 
FC Barcelona go to the Spanish capital tomorrow, where they will hope to get where they exited off before the global break: by uniting their lead at the highest point of La Liga against endless adversaries, Real Madrid at the Santiago Bernabeu.
Regardless of a to some degree temperamental and conflicting begin to the battle, the Blaugrana have discovered their feet in the late weeks and months, defeating the makeshift loss of their star player, Lionel Messi, to enter this match with a solid three point pad over Los Blancos. Obviously, a win would see that crevice at the top reached out to six focuses before the turn of the year; however as usual, this Clasico guarantees to be a strained, close-battled experience and the three focuses are a long way from ensured.
Truth be told, Rafa Benitez' hosts enter the match as slight top picks as indicated by the bookmakers, most likely affected by their home preference and the vulnerability encompassing the wellness of both Leo Messi and Ivan Rakitic. Indeed, even without their talismanic pioneer, Cristiano Ronaldo, terminating on all chambers, Los Merengues have looked solid in the first-50% of this season and their record at the Bernabeu makes for scaring perusing.
Over all rivalries, seven groups have gone to Real Madrid so far this season; everything except one of them (Malaga CF) have left flat broke and one and only of the groups (UD Las Palmas) have even scored before the Madridista swarm. Indeed, a great deal of the groups are very frail, yet remember this rundown incorporates Shakhtar Donetsk and Paris Saint-Germain, neither of whom could beat Keylor Navas, not to mention whatever is left of Benitez' group.
The uplifting news? FC Barcelona are superior to each one of those different clubs, so we shouldn't be excessively worried about what PSG and others have, or haven't done at the Bernabeu. The terrible news? Despite that, Real Madrid will have certainty in light of those outcomes and as we've seen in the course of the last few seasons, a sure Real Madrid is a hazardous Real Madrid.
Consider as well, the amount of harm a certain and hazardous Madrid side could do to a famously moderate beginning Barcelona. On the off chance that just there was one player who could return and perhaps improve this all


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