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The 2 Barça players who can miss the Classic by penalty

Chris Lawrence

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'A priori', The league can not get more even to the last leg of the competition after already 24 days. The Real Madrid, with his match pending this Sunday against the Celta Vigo in the Santiago Bernabeu, and the Barcelona, after his victory over Getafe, are tied to 52 points at the top of the ranking.

Zinedine Zidane and his pupils must beat the celestial team to keep the three-point mattress on the azulgrana two days for the Classic. Looking ahead to the next day, whites will visit the Lift in the Ciutat de Valencia and Barça will receive at Eibar in the Camp Nou before the faces are seen the eternal rivals in the Madrid stadium.

So, Zizou and his counterpart in the Culés, Quique Setién, with the Champions on the horizon (Manchester City at home for those in French and Naples in San Paolo for the Cantabrian people), absolutely nothing can be reserved, but there are some dangers for Classic. (Barça loses a 'titularísimo' to two weeks of the Classic)

The two French centrals of Barça, Clément Lenglet and Samuel Umtitihave four yellow and, if they see another before him Eibar, will be low in the Bernabeu before him Madrid. Lenglet was expelled before the Betis by double yellow, but its cycle is still pending with four warnings in total. Setien bet on the gunsmiths for one of the two to accompany Pique and must be cautious.

Chris writes Football and General Sports News on Sportsfinding. He is the newest member in our team, and has a lot of new ideas which he discusses with us to take this portal to new heights. He is a sports maniac, and thus, writing about various sports. He is fond of tattoos.

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