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Clashes between Real Madrid and Barcelona are rarely short on drama and Saturday's La Liga Clasico may have more than its usual share, with Luis Suarez poised to return from a biting ban and Barca teammate Lionel Messi on the brink of equaling the top-flight scoring record.Messi, meanwhile, is one goal short of the Liga scoring record of 251, set six decades ago by Telmo Zarra, and the 27-year-old Argentina captain is the leading scorer in Clasicos with 21 goals in all competitions, two more than Di Stefano.Barca midfielder Ivan Rakitic, who joined from Sevilla in the close season and could feature in his first Real-Barca game, summed up what taking part in a Clasico means to a player.After an early-season wobble, Real have been on scintillating form in recent weeks and Ronaldo has netted a jaw-dropping 15 goals in seven La Liga outings.
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