Real Madrid's Cristiano Ronaldo (C) in action with Celta Vigo's goalkeeper Sergio Alvarez and Facundo Roncaglia. REUTERS/Miguel Vidal
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Celta weathered a second-leg storm at home after pulling off a surprise 2-1 first-leg win at the Santiago Bernabeu to progress to the last four 4-3 on aggregate just over a week ago.Cup revenge will also be on Athletic Bilbao's minds when they travel to face Barcelona at the Camp Nou Saturday.Barca dumped Athletic out of the Copa del Rey for the sixth time in nine years in January and need a similar outcome to prevent Real running away with the title.Barca bounced back to remain on course for a fourth straight Cup final by beating Atletico Madrid 2-1 in their semifinal, first leg at the Vicente Calderon in midweek.Atletico are 10 points adrift of their city rivals and just a point ahead of Real Sociedad in fourth.
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