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Real Madrid v Barcelona Live Stream

Real Madrid v Barcelona live stream: Primera Division Match Review and Latest News

bet365 are showing Real Madrid v Barcelona live stream for Spanish La Liga on December 23, 2017 through their live streaming service (available for mobile devices such as iPhone, iPad, Android)


Real Madrid prepares to welcome eternal rivals Barcelona to the Santiago Bernabeu to contest the 270 edition of the famed El Clasico and it goes without saying that the home side needs to claim all three points from the encounter in order to keep their title hopes alive.

Real Madrid Latest News
Real Madrid was widely expected to be defending their La Liga crown this season but due to uncharacteristically inconsistent displays, Los Blancos currently find themselves languishing in 4th place on the table.

More worryingly though, Madrid currently find themselves 11 points behind leaders Barcelona and they simply have to claim a victory on Saturday in order to be able to stand a chance of retaining their Spanish crown.

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Gareth Bale and Luca Zidane are the injury concerns for Real Madrid ahead of the clash but as a huge boost, superstar Cristiano Ronaldo returned to full training recently and he is well in line to start the game against the old adversary.

Barcelona Latest News
Amid all the turbulence surrounding Barcelona over the summer as well as the untimely departure of Neymar, it was predicted that the Blaugrana would endure another difficult campaign but that has not proven to be the case.

Ernesto Valverde has steadied the ship for Barcelona since arriving over the summer and although the Catalans are not playing their usual swashbuckling style, they are quietly picking up the desired results.


As a testament to this fact, Barcelona has managed to establish a sizeable 6 point lead at the top of the table with a game in hand and they look well on course of lifting the La Liga title this season.

While it would be tempting to already crown Barcelona as the champions, they still cannot afford to get complacent and in order to make progress towards the crown, Valverde’s men will need to claim a good result when they square off against rivals Real Madrid at the Santiago Bernabeu this weekend.

Rafinha, Ousmane Dembélé, Arda Turan, Gerard Deulofeu, Samuel Umtiti and Francisco Alcacer are all ruled out ahead of the clash for Barcelona due to injuries.