Bengaluru, December 21: Movement at both the top and bottom of the table is expected as Barcelona and Real Madrid return to action this weekend with some historic clashes among the final round of fixtures before La Liga takes its winter break. Barcelona’s first game after Wednesday’s Clasico at the Camp Nou is back at home, against Deportivo Alaves. The Basques famously won on their visit to the Catalan capital in September 2016, but Barcelona have won all six of their meetings since, five times in La Liga and once in the 2017 Copa del Rey final. Fixtures | Results | Points Table The Levante vs RC Celta tie is almost a guarantee of goals with 22 scored in their last five La Liga meetings. Levante won 4-1 on their most recent visit to Balaidos last February. ‘Old Clasico’ Real Madrid are in action when they welcome Athletic Club to the Santiago Bernabeu in a game often known in Spain as El Viejo Clasico – ‘the Old Clasico.’ Athletic’s draw at the Bernabeu two seasons ago is the only time that Los Blancos have not taken the three points from this fixture in the past 14 seasons. Valencia on song… Read full this story
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