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El Clasico

by Larry Uriri on La Liga

Team rankings Real Madrid v Barcelona

Both teams have played the other so often that giving insights to this game feels some worth like “mission impossible”. Most recently Barcelona fell 3-1 to Madrid at Camp Nuo in the 2nd leg semi-final game in the Copa Del Rey. Following this weekend’s game, both teams will face another challenge next week in the UEFA Champions League. Knowing fully well that the league title is out of Madrid’s reach, it is almost certain that their main priority will be the Champions League tie against Manchester United.

Current form

Following Tuesday’s defeat, Barcelona now have 3-W, 2-D, 2-L in 7 games from all competitions ; Real on the other hand have 4-W, 2-D, 1-L in their last 7 games. That being said Barcelona still leads as the most offensive team in the league as they average a 3.28 goals per match, and have scored 82 goals this season. While Real chases in 2nd place with an average 2.48 goals per match, with 62 goals to their name. Most these goals have come from Lionel Messi (38 goals in 25 games), and Christiano Ronaldo (24 goals in 24 games). When the roles are reversed, Real leads the table as best defensive team in the league conceding and average of 0.92 goals per game, and have conceded 23 goals in total this season. Barcelona is ranked 5th most defensive team, conceding an average of 1.12 goals per game and have conceded a total of 28 goals this season.

Betegy’s Prediction

Betegy has come up with a feasible out come for this game, with a 35% ratio that the game ends a draw, and a 33% probable score-line of 1:1.Real Madrid v Barcelona 02/03/13 Match prediction

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