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Watch Real v Barca live online Kick-off is CET ( GMT) on Friday, 21/10/2016

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Real Madrid v Barcelona starting line-ups

  • Real Madrid players (from): Rodriguez, Ronaldo, Casemiro, Varane, Silva, Vazquez, Kroos, Carvajal, Diaz, Marcelo, Bale, Kovacic, Casilla, Ramos, Navas, Pepe, Modric, Isco, Fernandez, Yanez, Benzema, Coentrao, Asensio, Danilo, Morata
  • Barcelona team (from): Gomes, Turan, Roberto, Masip, Vidal, Messi, Busquets, Alba, Alcacer, Mascherano, Neymar, Iniesta, Stegen, Pique, Rakitic, Rafinha, Umtiti, Cillessen, Suarez, Mathieu, Suarez, Digne

The Primera Division Table

Spain1Atletico Madrid818
Spain2Real Madrid818
Spain6Athletic Bilbao815
Spain7Las Palmas812
Spain9Real Betis911
Spain11Real Sociedad810
Spain13Celta Vigo810
Spain16Deportivo La Coruna88
Spain18Sporting Gijon87

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