High title stakes as 171st El Clasico combat beckons!

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League leaders Barca head to the Santiago Bernabeu with a precious three-point lead over their derby rivals, but LosMerengues can go a long way in rescuing their season if they manage to emerge with three points in Week 12.

Neymar’s stellar performances in absence of the menancing Lionel Messi have made everybody almost forget about the El Mesias, but, Messi has shown perfect resolve to shun the dangers of a hurried comeback and play on the day.

Sergio Ramos also chose to postpone surgery to fix his injured shoulders, and prefers to play this Saturday with painkillers.

In-form but injured Madrid goalkeeper, Keylor Navas is also in a race to meet up and get fit for this showdown that will definitely impact title chances for both teams, either way it goes.

It’s going to be Rafael Benitez’s first and Luis Enrique’s third as coaches.

Itching to see the tempers flare ….!!!!

Saturday, November 21st, 2015.

6pm.

Leggo!

Watch the highlights from the last El Clasico here:

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