Real Madrid v Barcelona odds, Live Stream, betting preview – Messi & Ronaldo boost appeals in El Clasico at Bernabeu
Its Real Madrid v Barcelona with the latest odds, live streaming, free bets offers and betting preview on the game, which should be a footballing feast later this evening.
One of the most highly anticipated El Classico in recent years will take place on Saturday when leaders Barcelona travel to Madrid to take on fierce rivals, Real Madrid.
With both sides in good form, Barcelona have yet to concede a league goal domestically while Real have scored 17 goals in their 5 goals including 13 in their last three with none conceded, the game promises to be an exciting affair.
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The Uruguay forward is finally set to make his debut for the club, four months after joining the club from Liverpool in a £75 million deal. The clash will be Suarez’s first appearance since receiving a four-month ban for biting Italy’s Giorgio Chiellini at the World Cup and the player will be keen to mark the occasion with a goal.
A main at Liverpool last season, Suarez will be very much second fiddle at the Nou Camp with Lionel Messi and Neymar just two of the many stars on show that acquire huge coverage and attention.
While Suarez will be looking for his Barcelona goal, Messi needs just two goals to become the all-time La Liga top scorer, and what better place to do it then at the home of the European champions.
Barcelona warmed up for the clash with a 3-1 win over Ajax midweek, just the third goal they have conceded in all competitions this season.
Real meanwhile in stunning form and lie just four points off their rivals in third place with Seville sandwiched in between the pair. Los Meringues warmed up for the clash with a comfortable 3-0 win over Liverpool.
It’s not all rosy in the garden though with Carlo Ancelotti sweating on the fitness of defender Pepe. The Portugal international picked up a knock and is a doubt.
“Pepe has taken a knock, but if he recovers well from that blow, he will play,” Ancelotti said.
In addition to potentially being without Pepe, Ancelotti will also be without Gareth Bale.