When Real Madrid visits Barcelona on Saturday afternoon for the most recent El Clasico, they will be attempting to get back to winning ways in La Liga.
Despite being defeated to a 1-1 tie by Sevilla in the league the previous weekend, Carlo Ancelotti’s team leads the table with 10 games played, one point more than third-place Barcelona./winorlose
With their victory over Braga 2-1 in the Champions League on Tuesday, Los Blancos will be coming into this game with a perfect record this season./WINORLOSE/
INJURED FOR REAL MADRID:
Militao underwent surgery on the ACL injury that he suffered in the team’s season opener, and the defender will be unavailable for selection until at least March.
Courtois also underwent an operation on an ACL injury earlier this season, and the club’s number one goalkeeper faces a battle to be available before the end of the season.
Guler is back in training after recovering from a thigh injury which occurred after a knee operation, but he is not expected to return for Real Madrid until November.
Ceballos was absent against Sevilla and Braga to a muscular injury which he picked up in training, and the Spaniard will also be missing in this match. WIN Or LOSE