Clasico preview: Real Madrid vs FC Barcelona

Both Jordi Roura and Jose Mourinho look set to make changes in their teams ahead of tomorrow night’s clasico of La Liga at the Santiago Bernabéu stadium. Mourinho looks set to rest at least five of the players that were present on Tuesday night while Roura looks set to start David Villa as Leo Messi has insinuated that Villa would be able to keep the pressure off him and allow him to breathe more easily.

Leo Messi hot on the heels of Alfredo Di Stefano’s record

Leo Messi is hot on the heels of Alfredo Di Stefano’s record and can equal or beat the great Real Madrid lengend’s record tonight at the Santiago Bernabéu stadium. Tonight Real Madrid and Barcelona go head to head in the first leg clash of their semi final of La Copa del Rey. Barcelona are up to the job and Sergio Busquets has already said that Barca will be going for a win.

Barca Madrid clasico ends in a 2 2 draw

It looked like the Cristiano Ronaldo and Leo Messi show tonight at the Camp Nou with both players in fine form scoring some quality goals. Real Madrid struck first which was followed up by a goal from Messi to make the first half 1 apiece. The second half was much of the same and was witness to two more great goals by these two giants.

Barca is favourite to win the clasico

FC Barcelona is favourite to win the clasico against Real Madrid at the Camp Nou on Sunday evening. Barca, with 8 points advantage over the merengues and playing on home territory, makes them favourites to win this clasico match against eternal rivals Real Madrid.