Real Madrid team news and Possible starting line up against Barcelona
The First El Clasico match of the 2015-16 La Liga season happens this weekend as Real Madrid host ruling champions Barcelona at the Bernabeu on Saturday evening. Spain’s Secretary of State for Sport has demanded that the match will proceed, notwithstanding the attacks in Paris a weekend ago, yet additional security will be set up for the most noteworthy profile apparatus in the La Liga schedule.
Here goes the Highlights of the last El Clasico:
Rafa Benitez’s side slipped to their first thrashing of the season, losing 3-2 to Sevilla, regardless of a late goal from James Rodriguez giving the side any expectation of a rebound. Accordingly, Real have slipped from top spot in the La Liga table without precedent for a month, sitting three points behind this present weekend’s rivals.
In spite of letting in three goals last time out, Real still have one of the best defenders in the team, surrendering only seven times in 11 apparatuses so far this season, while keeping six clean sheets. Just Atletico Madrid has a more grounded record at the back so far this season. The team still have a bigger number of goals than any of their La Liga equals as well, with 26 goals as such, including eight from top scorer Cristiano Ronaldo, three in his last four matches.
The home side additionally has a progression of injury concerns coming into this match, yet goalkeeper Keylor Navas is relied upon to be back subsequent to missing the last couple of matches with a crotch issue. Karim Benzema could come back from a hamstring injury in spite of the fact that his contribution may be constrained as he has not played following the start of October, while Gareth Bale ought to additionally be accessible and considered in starting line up against Barcelona, regardless of not connecting up with the Wales squad. Sergio Ramos is relied upon to play, regardless of battling with a shoulder damage, while Isco could be liked to James Rodriguez, who missed time before the international break.