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This weekend promises to be a fascinating one as there are mouthwatering fixtures in Spain and England.
Spain, arguably the biggest match and footballing rivalry in the world will take centre stage as Real Madrid play Barcelona, a match that will undoubtedly determine who will win the Spanish La Liga this year.
The Los Blancos, as Real Madrid is popularly called, is three points ahead of the Catalans with one game in hand as they attempt to win their first domestic league title in five years.
Real has 75 points while Barcelona has 72. The El Classico will take place on Sunday at the Estadio Santiago Bernabeu.
Presently, the momentum is with Real Madrid as they have been winning matches both in the Champions League and the La Liga, But you cannot write off Barcelona despite their recent poor form.
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The match will also renew the argument on who is the best player between Ronaldo and Messi.
El Clasico stats

Real Madrid and Barcelona have met 233 times

Victories 93 (Real), Barcelona, 91, and they have drawn 49 times 

Highest goal scorer: Lionel Messi (21)

Moat player appearances: Manolo Sanchis (43)

Real Madrid beat Barcelona 11–1 at home in the second leg of a semi-final of the Copa del Rey (the Copa del Generalísimo) 13 June 1943

There are other interesting matches in Europe even though they will be overshadowed by the El Classico.

In England, the key matches are F.A cup fixtures. Chelsea plays Tottenham Hotspur on Saturday and Arsenal faces Manchester City.

Chelsea will really want to beat Tottenham to regain their belief and confidence. In addition and importantly, they want to send a strong signal to the team that is putting up a strong fight to usurp top spot in the EPL by stopping them from qualify for the final of the FA cup. For Arsenal, Wenger will again come under the spotlight. Disgruntled fans will again call for the head of Arsene Wenger. This is why Arsenal must win.

Written By Damilola Faustino

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