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Real Madrid will bid to keep a 63 year old record intact when they face cross city rivals Atletico later this afternoon.
The La Liga leaders have not lost two league games in the same season to their great rivals since the 1950/1951 season but they face a stern task at the Vicente Calderon.
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Atletico stunned Real in September when an 11th minute goal from Diego Costa sealed a memorable 1-0 win, since them however Real have lost just once in the league and are currently in the midst of a 15 game domestic run.
The club are also going guns in Europe and will head into the game on the back of a stunning 6-1 win away to Schalke midweek in the Champions League.
The Real forward three of Gareth Bale, Karim Benzema and Ronaldo were in stunning form against the Germans as Real all but sealed their place in the Champions league quarter-finals.
The trio have now scored 65 goals between them in league and European football and they will head into the game with Atletico with the praise of the normally reserved Carlo Ancelotti ringing in their ears.
The three forwards scored and helped the team a lot, they are very dangerous in attack,” the former Chelsea manager said.
“Cristiano doesn’t surprise me. He was really up for the game following his ban. He prepared very well for this game and played very well.
“Benzema’s performance was very good, not only for the goals but because he helped the team in holding on to the ball and also made assists.
“It could have been Bale’s best game of the season because he had more confidence and attacked very well in the deep areas.”
Real’s only absentee heading into the game is Sami Khedira while Atletico have no fresh injury worries for the game.
Diego Simone’s side will head into the game in relatively poor form by their standards after two of their last three league games.
Almeria and Osasuna have proved recent thorns in Atletico’s side as the pressure of leading La Liga has taken its toll and with Real winning all of their last six visits across town that burden is set to be cranked up even further on Sunday.