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Clearly, this Wednesday’s showdown between Barcelona and Real Madrid is easily the biggest and most eagerly awaited game of the La Liga season so far
And not least because both sides are currently neck-and-neck at the top of the table, with a two-goal difference the only advantage held by Ernesto Valverde’s charges over Los Blancos.
There’s effectively a six-point swing on the line at the Messi and Suarez side, barcelona Camp Nou alongside the usual bragging rights
and although we’re only halfway through the campaign, Wednesday night’s result could prove pivotal in this season’s title race.
This will undoubtedly be their toughest assignment to date, though, with Barca back to their ruthless best on home turf this season. The Catalans have also dominated the head-to-head in recent meetings.
It’s fair to say Barca haven’t quite been at their best on the road this season, with three defeats suffered and just 14 points accrued from nine La Liga games
Real Sociedad being the latest team to take the game to Valverde’s side as they fought back to earn a 2-2 draw in San Sebastian at the weekend.
The Catalan giants have been a different animal altogether at home, however, winning a perfect seven from seven and smashing in 30 goals in total.
Valverde’s men have won all but one of those matches by a three goal margin or more, including successes against Valencia (5-2) and Sevilla (4-0).
That’s pretty frightening form, even by Barca’s exceptionally high standards, and they will be in bullish mood going into Wednesday’s game.
Los Blancos have lost just one of their 16 La Liga matches and will travel to Camp Nou brimming with confidence after winning eight and drawing three of their last 11 games in all competitions.
Nonetheless, several performances this term, including a 3-0 beating at PSG and 1-0 defeat to Mallorca
suggest Zinedine Zidane’s team aren’t the finished article just yet and perhaps don’t quite stack up to trophy-winning Madrid teams of the recent past.
Los Blancos still look vulnerable at the back, conceding in five of their last six matches and six of their eight away La Liga games this season.
Also Real Madrid finished a mile behind champions Barca in 2018/19 after losing 12 league matches, including a 5-1 drubbing here
And of courser so they will be delighted to be on terms going into this week’s encounter, losing just once in 16 matches this time around.