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Barcelona and Atletico Madrid wobbled in recent weeks but will be brimming with confidence when they return to La Liga action this weekend after rousing performances in the Champions League. Barca, who won 2-0 at English Premier League side Manchester City and Atletico, who beat Italian club AC Milan 1-0 at the San Siro, are tied on 60 points with Real Madrid at the top of Spain's domestic league with 14 matches remaining. Barca suffered a surprise La Liga reverse at home to Valencia at the start of the month, and Atletico took over at the top before they stumbled at Almeria and the champions returned to the summit on goal difference.They thrashed Rayo Vallecano 6-0 at the Nou Camp last weekend, and Barca goalkeeper Victor Valdes said the win at City had left the squad in a "very positive" frame of mind.
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