El Clasico / Real Madrid Vs Barcelona 21 November 2015 match time according to British Standard Time [BST]
Get ready to enjoy the best football action on this weekend as two top Spanish football teams are ready for another El Clasico. The match will be played at Santiago Bernabeu on 21st of November 2015. The first clash could be a pivotal one in establishing the first dominance of the season in terms of league points – and the two teams couldn’t look more different heading into the game.
El Clasico 21 Nov 2015 Time in United Kingdom / BST
Date: 21 November 2015
Time: 5:15 pm [BST]
Venue: Estadio Santiago Bernabeu
Match Week: 12th
Telecast channels: Sky Go Extra, NOW TV UK, Sky Go UK, Sky Sports 2 / HD
Real Madrid faced first loss of this season against Sevilla on last match day at Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan by 3-2. Home team Sevilla came from behind to secure a 3-2 win against Rafael Benitez’s squad. But Barcelona continued their winning run and collected all three points against Villarreal at Camp Nou.
Contrast that with Barcelona, who have the total opposite situation. Real Madrid have Cristiano Ronaldo in but the other two starting forwards Karim Benzema and Gareth Bale out; Barca have Lionel Messi out but the other two starting forwards Luis Suarez and Neymar fit – and very much firing.
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The El Clasico teams are leading the La Liga 2015-16 table at the first and second spot. Barcelona are enjoying the first position with 27 points in first 11 games, winning nine with loss of two games. The Catalans are the only ones who didn’t play a draw in this season of Liga BBVA. On the other hand, Real Madrid lost the first spot after last defeat against Sevilla and now at second spot with 24 points.
The coach of Spanish football team Vicente del Bosque has announced the list of team squad for International friendlies. There are a number of changes to the previous squad, including recalls for fit-again Koke and Andres Iniesta.
Good news for the fans of Barcelona as Luis Enrique suggested that Lionel Messi could be available for El Clasico. He told to reporters following that there was still a chance of Messi for return to football action , even while it’s been suggested in recent reports that he’s likely to miss out.
The manager said “Messi is still in the recovery process. He only has two weeks left [and will be back] either before or after the game against Real Madrid”
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