Barcelona v Real Madrid Prediction – La Liga – 24/10/21

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Barcelona v Real Madrid Prediction La Liga 24 OCT 21
Kickoff: 10:15 PM (GMT +8)Stadium: Camp Nou

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Barcelona v Real Madrid Prediction (EPL) – The first El Clasico of the season takes place in Camp Nou this weekend. With neither Lionel Messi nor Cristiano Ronaldo playing on either side in a decade, this matchup remains something to look out for. Barcelona have been struggling in their past few games, but did they save enough for their most hated rival? Or could Real Madrid make a statement and pick up an away victory? Let’s take a look and read on for our winning tips below.

Barcelona v Real Madrid Prediction - Head to Head

DateHomeScoreAway
24-Jun-20MAD2-1FCB
23-Nov-19FCB1-3MAD
19-Jan-19MAD2-0FCB

Barcelona v Real Madrid Prediction - Current Form

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Real MadridWLLDW

Barcelona have had inconsistent form, with three wins and two losses. Real Madrid have not done much better, with two wins two losses and one draw. Let’s take a look at their current season performance.

Barcelona v Real Madrid Prediction - League Performance

BarcelonaStatisticReal Madrid
7Position2
4Won5
3Drawn2
1Lost1
14Goals For22
8Goals Against10
6Goal Difference12
15Points17

Barcelona v Real Madrid Prediction - Preview

F.C. Barcelona

Barcelona are now seated at a lowly 8th in the La Liga table. Their most recent league feature saw them hold Valencia to a clean sheet, 3-0. Ansu Fati, Memphis Depay and Philippe Coutinho all contributed to the scoreline. They also are fresh off of their first win in the UEFA Champions League this season, as they downed Dynamo Kyiv 1-0 at Camp Nou. Gerard Pique’s 36th minute netter made the difference in their face-off with the Ukrainian club. Despite the win, manager Ronald Koeman wasn’t content with its side’s performance, believing the margin should be bigger. How they will adjust will be seen as they take on their arch rivals, whom they will be meeting for the first time in the post-Messi era.

  • Barcelona have not won any of their last four La Liga matches against Real Madrid (D1 L3). If they do not win, it will be their longest winless run against one opponent since May 2008, also against Los Blancos. (D2 L3).
  • The Blaugrana have scored in 34 of their last 35 games in La Liga (79 total goals or an average of 2.3 per game). They failed to do so only against Atletico Madrid in May 2021 in this period (0-0).

Real Madrid Club de Futbol

Real Madrid are currently second at the table, five spots and two points ahead of Barcelona. Their last league outing saw them fall to Espanyol 1-2 at the Conella-El Prat. The Periquitos had control of the game with Raul de Tomas and Aleix Vidal finding the back of the net, while Karim Benzema scored the lone goal in the losing effort. They were a different animal, however, in their UCL match with Shakhtar Donetsk, beating them 5-0 at the NSC Olimpiyskiy. Serhiy Kryvtsov chipped the ball into his own net on 37 minutes as he tried to clear, and Los Blancos built on the lead with Vinicius Jr., Rodrygo and Benzema all scoring. Manager Carlo Ancelotti commented that their win will give them confidence heading into their battle with Barça over the weekend. Will it all pay off as they head to Camp Nou?

  • Real Madrid have won their last three games in all competitions against Barcelona, and have not won 4 or more consecutive games against them since 1965 (seven, 1 in Copa del Rey and 6 in La Liga).
  • After their 1-3 win in October 2020, Los Blancos can tally two successive wins against Barça for the third time in La Liga history and the second time in Camp Nou (3 wins between 1963 and 1965).

Barcelona - Bans, Injuries, Suspensions

PlayerInformationAnticipated Return
Ronald AraujoHamstringLate October
PedriMeniscus injuryUnknown
Martin BraithwaiteKnee injuryMid November
Moussa WaguéTendon injuryEarly October

Real Madrid - Bans, Injuries, Suspensions

PlayerInformationAnticipated Return
Luka JovićAnkle injuryEarly November
IscoBack injuryA few weeks
Daniel CarvajalCalf injuryLate October
Gareth BaleHamstringEarly November
Daniel CeballosAnkle injuryEarly November

Barcelona v Real Madrid Prediction - Final Thoughts

Without either Messi nor Ronaldo on both sides, the upcoming El Clasico has a surreal feel to it. However, judging from the performances of both Barcelona and Real Madrid in recent games, we are still in for a thriller of a match. A decisive win will be hard to determine, as the depth of each team cancels out any key player on the injured list. We are picking Real Madrid to score an away victory, with Benzema being arguably the best in the league, plus Los Blancos’ recent history of pulling off the win against Barça. Let’s noew take a look at our predictions.

Barcelona v Real Madrid Prediction

We will be betting on the Asian Handicap and Over/Under in Euro football odds for this match:

Real Madrid

Real Madrid (0)

Odds (1.90)
Over: 2.25 GoalsOdds: 1.85

Disclaimer: The odds change from time to time without prior notice and is only available at the time of writing

For this Premier League Barcelona v Real Madrid Prediction to win, Real Madrid need to win the match with a single goal lead. For the Over/Under bet to win, the total goal count should be above 2.25 goals.

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