Barcelona's Lionel Messi, center right, escapes Real Madrid's Cristiano Ronaldo during the Spanish La Liga soccer match between FC Barcelona and Real Madrid at the Camp Nou in Barcelona, Spain, Saturday, Dec. 3, 2016. (AP Photo/Manu Fernandez)
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The biggest game in club football is back this Saturday, as world champions Real Madrid hosts arch-rivals Barcelona in the latest edition of the much anticipated "El Clasico".However, unlike Madrid the Catalan giants had a fantastic start to the season and are still unbeaten. They have won 13 games, scoring 42 goals while conceding only seven. Barcelona has been very reliant on the Argentinian, who has been directly involved in 19 league goals this season.Real Madrid must win to get back in the title race and will have to be at their very best to stop Barca, who will be eager to end their biggest rivals' title hopes once and for all.
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