Ronaldo has Raul’s record of all-time Real Madrid top scorer in his sights. (AP Photo/Francisco Seco)
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Cristiano Ronaldo has another chance to move ahead of Raul as Real's top goal scorer of all time on enemy territory as Los Blancos make the daunting trip to take on Athletic Bilbao Wednesday. Ronaldo is just two goals off matching Raul's record mark of 323, but was surprisingly unable to add to his tally as Madrid struggled past Granada 1-0 at the weekend.Real escaped with all three points Saturday thanks to a string of saves from Keylor Navas as he stretched his unbeaten streak to five games.Barca will be back close to full strength as Gerard Pique is available for the first time in La Liga this season after serving a four-game ban, while Andres Iniesta and Luis Suarez will return after being rested for Sunday's 4-1 win over Levante.
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