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Possible lineups for Real Madrid vs.  Barcelona for the ‘Spanish Classic’

Possible lineups for Real Madrid vs. Barcelona for the ‘Spanish Classic’

Possible lineups for Real Madrid vs.  Barcelona for the ‘Spanish Classic’

Real Madrid lineups vs. Barcelona

  • real Madrid: Lunin; Carvajal, Rüdiger, Nacho, Mendy; Tchouaméni, Kroos, Valverde, Bellingham; Vinicius Jr, Rodrygo.
  • FC Barcelona: Ter Stegen; Koundé, Araujo, Cubarsí, Cancelo; Christensen, de Jong, Gündogan; Lamine Yamal, Lewandowski, Raphinha

Real Madrid receives Barcelona on Sunday in the classic matchday 32 of LaLiga, in which a victory for the meringues could mean an almost definitive blow to the Spanish championship.

The Merengue leaders could go up to 11 points ahead of second-placed Barcelona, ​​with only 18 points left to play once this league date ends.

Madrid would thus cherish the championship, after their epic qualification for the Champions League semi-finals on Wednesday by beating Manchester City 4-3 on penalties in a true exercise of resistance.

The intense physical display made by the merengue team could take its toll on Sunday at the Santiago Bernabéu, although coach Carlo Ancelotti was reassuring after the match in the English city.

“We are very well, we have no physical problems, the wear and tear has been great, but we have time until Sunday to rest,” said the Italian.

The injection of morale that this classification represents could make up for the lack of strength, facing a Barcelona that arrives in Madrid forced to react after its painful elimination from the Champions League on Tuesday against Paris Saint-Germain.

After leaving Europe, revalidating the league title is the only objective left for the Barça team to avoid a blank season.

“We are not throwing in the towel in LaLiga, a lot depends on the game on Sunday and we want to win,” said Barça coach Xavi Hernández after the defeat on Tuesday.

“We are still alive in the League,” added the Barcelona coach, despite the eight-point difference that separates them from Real Madrid.

A victory on Sunday, after the defeat suffered in October in Montjuic in the classic league first leg, would bring the Catalans closer to within five points of Real Madrid, reviving their hopes of fighting for the championship.

Source: Elcomercio

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