Real vs Barca

Real vs Barca : Lionel Messi is a doubt for Barcelona as they prepare to host El Clasico rivals Real Madrid in the Copa del Rey semi-finals on Wednesday. Barcelona have named Lionel Messi in the squad to face Real Madrid in Wednesday’s Copa del Rey semi-final first leg, but will “wait until the

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Barcelona vs Real Madrid: El Clasico 2019 prediction, Copa del Rey FC Barcelona prepare to take on Real Madrid at Camp Nou for the first leg of their Copa del Rey semifinal, in what is the first of a series of three Barça vs Real Madrid, from the inside. Relive the big win with exclusive video from before, during, and after the match, in which the Barça fans were fully behind …

It will be a star-studded clash Wednesday when Barcelona hosts Real Madrid in the first leg of their Copa del Rey semifinal. It’s the second El Clasico of the season and the first of three over the next month. Although the game might not be the same with Cristiano Ronaldo now destroying teams in Italy with Juventus, there isn’t a rivalry in Europe that matches these two heated foes in Spain.

Twenty-two of the finest players on the planet will take center stage for three matches over the next three weeks and change — all of which you can stream via fuboTV (Try for free). In honor of one of the best soccer rivalries on the planet, let’s rank the 22 likely starters for Wednesday’s match.

Clement Lenglet, Barcelona: A young defender who is in his first season with the club and needs to get more adjusted to being with such a big team. He has potential but he is certainly the weakest defender on the field.
Sergi Roberto, Barcelona: Another young guy, one who is solid but won’t really wow you. He has come up with some big moments in the past though like that clinching goal against PSG in what was the most epic comeback in Champions League history over two legs.

Lucas Vazquez, Real Madrid: Lucas has represented Spain and he is a fine player, but he’s far from the level you expect of a Real Madrid attacker. He has just four goals this season in 30 appearances.Arthur, Barcelona: The former Gremio man is in his first season with Barca and has yet to score, but he’s creative on the ball, knows how to get the ball into space and has star written all over him.

Gerard Pique, Barcelona: A good defender who knows how to use his size. He has certainly lost a step at 32 years of age, but he is still a good form and can contribute in attack on set pieces.Dani Carvajal, Real Madrid: A rock at right back for this team, he’s certainly one of the better right backs in Europe. He can get forward but where he shines is defending, especially one on one. He’s not afraid to go in strong on any player.

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