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Right now, it seems certain that Lionel Messi is revitalised, happy, evangelically recommitted to Barcelona — as certain as it was last August that he would be, at any cost, leaving FC Barcelona. Relations are at the point that, by May or June, it seems realistic that he will announce he’s staying at Camp Nou under a new contract. But that’s the point.
It seemed 100%, cast-iron certain just a handful of months ago that everything was broken, that Messi was sick to the back teeth of being surrounded by mediocrity and mendacity, and yet here we are. A full 180-degree pike, with triple salchow, change of attitude and all it requires now is what any person in sales will tell you is the hardest part: closing the deal.
For those reasons, it’s obligatory to mark this weekend’s Clasico by saying that if there were another reverse-flip, if Barcelona somehow displeased him with their inability to sign new talent or in their capacity to offer him the right remuneration over the next two or three years
Zinedine Zidane is still on the Real Madrid bench, but there’s a new man up against him. Ronald Koeman has come in to replace Quique Setien and has the Catalans challenging for the title again.
As a player, Koeman won just one Clasico in the capital and will want a better record as a coach.
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Setien and his team, notably Eder Sarabia, caused controversy in the Clasico last season as the players were far from happy with how harshly he had been criticising them.
The most recent meeting between these two fiercest of rivals came back in October when Real recorded a memorable 3-1 win at Camp Nou, making it three consecutive league Clasicos without a win for Barcelona – their longest barren streak in this fixture since 2013.
This match generally promises entertainment and Saturday’s fixture should live up to expectations, with Madrid scoring in 24 of their last 25 games and Barca netting 27 of their previous 28.
Furthermore, neither side have been keeping clean sheets with any real regularity, with the Catalans conceding in 11 of their last 16 competitive fixtures and Los Blancos managing just one shutout in their last seven games.