Real Madrid travels to very hostile territory in Barcelona‘s Camp Nou Stadium on Sunday, 29 November 2009 (7pm local time) to face FC Barcelona in “El Clásico: Part 1” for the current season. Real Madrid hopes to have their 29-year old would-be star, Cristiano Ronaldo, back on the field after a 11-game injury hiatus to make good on his status as “the most expensive football player in the world”. Even if he returns for this important match it’s not likely he’ll be much of a factor until he’s at 100% once again.
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Barça will have its work cut out for them even though they claim home field advantage. No doubt thestands at Camp Nou Stadium will be filled to capacity as this is one of the greatest matchups in Spanish soccer’s history, no matter the standing of the teams playing. Both Barcelona & Real Madrid are at the top of the Primera División statistics, Real Madrid with a slight lead over number two FC Barcelona.
“How can I watch the Real Madrid – Barcelona football game on TV?”
Answer: Check GOLTV or Canal+. Chances are excellent that it’ll be a Pay-Per-View broadcast as it was last season when they charged 12 Euros to watch on TV.
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