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Records of “Barcelona” and “Real Madrid”.  

Records of “Barcelona” and “Real Madrid”.  

The final match of El Clásico takes place at the Estadi Olimpic Lluis Companys on Saturday afternoon when La Liga champions Barcelona take on rivals Real Madrid.

Los Blancos are leading with 25 points from 10 matches thanks to 8 wins, 1 draw and 1 loss this season.

 

Barcelona, ​​meanwhile, are in third place with 24 points from 7 wins and 3 draws after Xavi beat Athletic Bilbao 1-0 in the league last weekend.
However, Real Madrid were held to a 1-1 draw by Sevilla in their last home game and the capital’s giants have not always been in their best form this season.

 

Both teams were in Champions League action this week, with Real Madrid beating Braga 2-1 in Portugal and Barcelona beating Shakhtar Donetsk by the same scoreline at the Estadi Olimpic Lluis Companys.
Ahead of El Clasico, Sports Mall looks back at the two teams’ head-to-head records.

 

key records

Match: 254

Barcelona to win: 100

Draw: 51

Real Madrid wins: 103

 

Saturday’s meeting will be the 255th meeting between the two absolute giants of Spanish football, with Real Madrid surpassing Barcelona’s record of 100 wins with 103 victories.

Real Madrid also scored slightly more in the previous meeting, finishing with 427 points to Barcelona’s 415, and the only draw in 51 games is somewhat surprising given the long-term results.
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The two teams have played 186 times in the Spanish first division, with Real Madrid winning 77 matches and Barcelona winning 74 matches and drawing 35 times.
Barcelona have won two of their last three games in the competition, including a 2-1 victory when they last met at this level of football in March 2023.

 

But Real Madrid are unbeaten in their last five games against their La Liga rivals, winning four, while the capital have won five of their last seven games in the Spanish top flight.
Barcelona have beaten Real Madrid 51 times at home in La Liga.
However, the absence of this game due to renovations at Camp Nou could have leveled the playing field in this regard.

 

Interestingly, these two teams have only met four times in the Champions League, each winning one match and the other two both ending in draws. All four matches reached the semi-finals, with Real Madrid in 2001-02 and Barcelona in 2010-11.

 

Lionel Messi is the top scorer in El Clásico history with 26 goals, while Real Madrid legends Cristiano Ronaldo and Alfredo Di Stefano are tied for second with 18 goals each.
Karim Benzema also scored 16 goals against Barcelona but left Los Blancos for Saudi Arabia this summer after the striker decided not to renew his contract.

 

Real Madrid beat Barcelona 4-0 the last time the two sides met in the Copa del Rey semi-finals in April.
However, Barcelona have won four of their last six meetings in all competitions and it will be an interesting match on Saturday afternoon.
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