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Real Madrid can bury Atletico's hopes of winning La Liga with a third-straight victory against their city neighbors Sunday that would leave the capital's second club trailing by six points.Unbeaten in 27 matches in all competitions, Real are in ominous form before Sunday's trip across town to Atletico's Calderon stadium and will be buoyed by their 6-1 success at German side Schalke 04 in the Champions League Wednesday.They took over from Barcelona, who host promoted Almeria Sunday, at the top of La Liga last weekend when both Barca and Atletico suffered surprise defeats. Diego Simeone, a former Argentina midfielder, was part of that team and has transformed the club since he took over as coach at the end of 2011, leading them to a Europa League triumph in 2012 and the cup success last season.
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