Bale may take the pitch at the Clasico.
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Real Madrid realistically need to end Barcelona's 24-match unbeaten run to maintain hopes of retaining their La Liga title when Spanish football's two behemoths meet in the Clasico Saturday.However, it was at the Santiago Bernabeu that Barca last tasted defeat in August as Real cruised to a 5-1 aggregate win in the Spanish Super Cup.Lionel Messi has also benefited with three of Alba's six assists this season setting up the Argentine.Ronaldo and Suarez back in form Between them Ronaldo and Barca's Luis Suarez had a pitiful return of a combined four goals in La Liga until mid-November as age appeared to be taking hold of both now in their 30s.Valverde's men have kept 17 clean sheets and conceded only eight goals in total on their 24-game unbeaten run.Barcelona have kept just one clean sheet against Madrid in their last 24 meetings.
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