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Real Madrid and Barcelona To Meet At El Classico

Real Madrid and Barcelona To Meet At El Classico

The two biggest football teams in Spain, Barcelona and Real Madrid, will meet at the El Classico which is an important event to decide the Ligo crown. This event brings together a clash of honor, pride, politics and football.

The first Classico of the season was played at Camp Nou and Barcelona was victorious thanks to goals from Alexis Sanchez and Neymar. To add excitement to the mix, the dark horse, Atletico Madrid, is in second place, one point ahead of Barcelona and three points behind Real Madrid.

With Real Madrid 4 points ahead of their rival Barcelona, they are looking to win this title in order to open a 7 point gap. Meanwhile, the Blaugarans are also looking to win in order to reduce the gap to one point.

Both sides have some injuries to deal with, with Real Madrid’s Karim Benzema who has a hamstring injury while Jese Rodriguez is also injured with a ruptured anterior cruciate ligament.

Barcelona also has some injuries with Gerard Pique with an ankle injury and Carlos Puyol with a knee injury. Despite this, the El Classico is the perfect platform for the two most talented footballers to showcase their talents, namely Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi.

Neymar and Gareth Bale are also the latest hot arrivals with Bale stating that Los Blancos are confident for their game on Sunday at the Bernabeu. Bale also recently commented that Cristiano is the best player in the world.

According to PaddyPower, if Messi scores at any time, they will refund all losing Last and First Goalscorer bets ad well as Correct Score and Scorecast singles on this match as free bets.

The odds are 13/10 for a Real Madrid win and 2/1 in favor of a Barcelona win. A draw has odds of 5/2. Meanwhile, under 2.5 goals in the 90 minutes of the match only has odds of 11/8 with odds of 8/15 for over 2.5 goals. If both teams score, the odds are 4/9 while they are 13/8 if only one of the teams score.

OCA News Editor

Christian Bright is a professional sports commentator with keen interests in football, tennis and horse racing. His experience in the reporting on professional sports makes him a key asset to OCA’s coverage of athletic events and matches.