Liverpool news Karim Benzema comment may hint at Liverpool advantage against Real Madrid PremierLeague-News.Com
PremierLeague-News.Com - Liverpool take on Real Madrid in the second leg of their Champions League quarter-final tie next week, but before then the Spanish club have the smaller matter of El Clasico
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Recent comments made by Real Madrid striker Karim Benzeme could hint at a possible second leg advantage for Liverpool. The Reds have it all to do against Los Blancos in the return fixture of the Champions League quarter-final, going into the tie with a 3-1 deficit. Before then is a Premier League clash at home to Aston Villa - while Madrid have the small matter of El Clasico against Barcelona. The La Liga title is still to be decided, with both Real and Barca chasing leaders Atletico Madrid going into this weekend’s fixture. Should Real win that game, they would go level on points with their city rivals at the top of the table, who take on Real Betis on Sunday. Read More Related Articles 'Stunning' camera work explained during Real Madrid against Liverpool Read More Related Articles Liverpool and Real Madrid handed Kylian Mbappe transfer blow after PSG update Benzema says Real will be treating the game “like a final” - and there is no way Zinedine Zidane can field a weakened side for this one. “In my opinion, El Clasico is the greatest game in the world,” said Benzema, speaking to AS.
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.” “There’s an incredible history between the two clubs, it’s always a key game. “As always, it’s going to be a tough match against a team who like to have the ball, but we also like to have the ball. “I think a lot of the game will take place in the middle of the park, but just like when we played at the Camp Nou we’ve got to go all out to win because this is a final for us.” Of course, Liverpool’s game against Villa on Saturday is hugely significant too, with the Reds still chasing a top four spot. However, Real have a title on the line and a defeat to Barca in El Clasico could spell the end for their hopes of winning a 35th league crown. Jurgen Klopp may be in a slightly better position to rotate and mix up his side for the weekend's action before the crunch Champions League clash on Wednesday.
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