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Real Madrid v Barcelona (17:00 BST) Posted at 16:27 Real Madrid I think the Barcelona bus might be best to take take the back road to the Bernabeu. Here is the welcome afforded to the home team. Half a billion reasons to watch Posted at 16:24 Cost of Real Madrid starting XI Barcelona team in fees Our BBC accountants have got their calculators out and the final score on the financial doors is £303m plays £215m. BBC Radio 5 live BBC Radio 5 live Posted at 16:23 Spanish football writer Graham Hunter on BBC Radio 5 live on Friday: I think Luis Suarez fits in Barcelona's team brilliantly. He presses like Samuel Eto'o used to do at his best and it is something that Luis Enrique has asked the whole team to do. Secondly when you score as many goals as he does, you walk into any side. His threat will drag defenders away from Lionel Messi. Posted at 16:22 No room for Neymar in three of those four line-ups below. Those are the kind of big calls you have to make when you are putting together a composite XI. Join the debate at #bbceurofooty Posted at 16:21 Frederick: Navas - Carvajal - Varane - Ramos - Marcelo; Modric - Busquets - Iniesta; Bale - Messi - Ronaldo Chris Dickson: Casillas - Alves - Pique - Ramos - Alba; Iniesta - Bale - Kroos; Messi - Cristiano - Suarez Tell us your composite El Clasico XI. Text us on 81111 Posted at 16:21 We've been asking you to name a best starting XI made up of current players from Barca and Real. Ryan: Navas, Marcelo, Ramos, Pique, Carvajal, Kroos, Iniesta, James, Neymar, Ronaldo, Messi. Jamie, Cheshunt: Ter Stergen, Carvajal, Alba, Ramos, Varane, Modric, Kroos, Iniesta, Suarez, Messi, Ronaldo. Posted at 16:17 Claudio bravo It isn't only the fancy-dan forwards who are re-writing the record books either. Barcelona's defence has yet to be breached in eight league games, a record for successive clean sheets at the start of a Spanish season for goalkeeper Claudio Bravo. They came quite seriously unstuck against Paris St-Germain's quality in the Champions League last month though, losing 3-2. Perhaps they are not quite watertight just yet... Devastation's what you need Posted at 16:14 Norris McWhirter would be furious. Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo have been forcing continual revisions to the record books. And there are more landmarks on the line today. Messi's left-footed strike in Saturday's 3-0 victory over Eibar took him to the milestone of 250 career goals in La Liga, leaving the Barcelona man just one behind the record held by 1940s Athletic Bilbao star Telmo Zarra. Ronaldo has scored 15 times in seven La Liga games this season. His streak has included three hat-tricks. Another this evening would be his 23rd in La Liga, one more than Zarra and Alfredo Di Stefano who he currently shares the record with. Ronaldo v Messi El Clasico stats
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     Real Madrid v Barcelona (17:00 BST) Posted at16:27 I think the Barcelona bus might be best to take take the back road to the Bernabeu. Here is the welcome afforded to the home team.    Half a billion reasons to watch Posted at16:24      Our BBC accountants have got their calculators out and the final score on the financial doors is £303m  plays £215m.    BBC Radio 5 live  Posted at16:23 Spanish football writer Graham Hunter on BBC Radio 5 live on Friday: I think Luis Suarez fits in Barcelona's team brilliantly. He presses like Samuel Eto'o used to do at his best and it is something that Luis Enrique has asked the whole team to do. Secondly when you score as many goals as he does, you walk into any side. His threat will drag defenders away from Lionel Messi.    Posted at16:22   No room for Neymar in three of those four line-ups below. Those are the kind of big calls you have to make when you are putting together a composite XI.    Join the debate at #bbceurofooty Posted at16:21 Frederick:   Navas - Carvajal - Varane - Ramos - Marcelo; Modric - Busquets - Iniesta; Bale - Messi - Ronaldo Chris Dickson:  Casillas - Alves - Pique - Ramos - Alba; Iniesta - Bale - Kroos; Messi - Cristiano - Suarez Tell us your composite El Clasico XI.      Text us on 81111 Posted at16:21 We've been asking you to name a best starting XI made up of current players from Barca and Real.   Ryan:  Navas, Marcelo, Ramos, Pique, Carvajal, Kroos, Iniesta, James, Neymar, Ronaldo, Messi. Jamie, Cheshunt:  Ter Stergen, Carvajal, Alba, Ramos, Varane, Modric, Kroos, Iniesta, Suarez, Messi, Ronaldo.    Posted at16:17 It isn't only the fancy-dan forwards who are re-writing the record books either. Barcelona's defence has yet to be breached in eight league games, a record for successive clean sheets at the start of a Spanish season for goalkeeper Claudio Bravo. They came quite seriously unstuck against Paris St-Germain's quality in the Champions League last month though,  losing 3-2.  Perhaps they are not quite watertight just yet...    Devastation's what you need Posted at16:14 Norris McWhirter   would be furious. Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo have been forcing continual revisions to the record books. And there are more landmarks on the line today. Messi's left-footed strike in Saturday's 3-0 victory over Eibar took him to the milestone of 250 career goals in La Liga, leaving the Barcelona man just one behind the record held by 1940s Athletic Bilbao star Telmo Zarra. Ronaldo has scored 15 times in seven La Liga games this season. His streak has included three hat-tricks. Another this evening would be his 23rd in La Liga, one more than Zarra and Alfredo Di Stefano who he currently shares the record with.
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