Real Madrid vs Barcelona Prediction: Sportpesa Mega Jackpot Predictions
- The most significant El Classico of recent times will take place this weekend with Real Madrid playing hosts to Barcelona at unfamiliar Madrid training ground, Alfredo di Stéfano Stadium.
- The defeat of Atletico Madrid last weekend by Sevilla has presented these two sides a realistic chance of moving a step close to the La Liga trophy.
- Real Madrid have hit top form lately and were impressive in the Midweek clash against Liverpool as they laced to a 3-1 first-leg victory.
- A win for Zidane side here will see them leapfrog Barcelona to the 2nd place and tie on points with Atletico Madrid pending their weekend result.
- The hosts have managed 10 wins at home this term from the 14 played with a draw and three defeats.
- Barcelona needed a last-minute winner against ten men side Valladolid on Monday to move within a point of Atletico Madrid.
- The Catalans have greatly improved at the right time and should present a strong case against Madrid on Saturday.
- They have won 10 matches on the road from 14 outings, with one draw and three defeats.
Madrid comfortably beat their arch-rivals 3-1 in the reverse fixture.
Barcelona have failed to win any of their last three El Classico matches.
Last five meetings
24.10.20 LL Barcelona Real Madrid 1 : 3
01.03.20 LL Real Madrid Barcelona 2 : 0
18.12.19 LL Barcelona Real Madrid 0 : 0
02.03.19 LL Real Madrid Barcelona 0 : 1
27.02.19 CDR Real Madrid Barcelona 0 : 3
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Real Madrid were in sparkling form against Liverpool and will carry that to Saturday clash.
Zidane’s side have always turned up for big occasions this season despite being deprived by influential members of the squad in those events.
Barcelona have hit top form lately but not in the same height associated with them in recent years.
Messi factor will play a big role in this one but the Barcelona’s most capped player has failed to show up since the departure of Ronaldo in the El Classico. In six Clasicos since Cristiano Ronaldo left Real Madrid, Lionel Messi hasn’t registered a single goal or assist