Barcelona vs Real Madrid Live Stream: Watch Online El Clasico Spanish La Liga Soccer (1.50PM ET)

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By Daniel Blake , Christian Post Contributor
October 7, 2012|12:51 pm

Barcelona vs Real Madrid takes place on Sunday with some analysts saying Barcelona could all but end Real's title hopes if they win today. The match kicks off at 1.50 p.m. ET and can be watched online through live stream (details below).

Real Madrid’s Cristiano Ronaldo celebrates after scoring their second goal against Barcelona in this file photo. (Photo: Reuters/file)

Real Madrid’s Cristiano Ronaldo celebrates after scoring their second goal against Barcelona in this file photo.

Barcelona have taken a firm grip on the La Lige title race, and Real Madrid's attempt at retaining their Spanish crown already looks to be in trouble. Barcelona have won all six of their league games so far this year, and if they can win at the Nou Camp on Sunday they will move an astonishing 11 points ahead of Real.

However, Barcelona's Xavi has said it is far too early to say Real will be out of the title race should they lose on Sunday.

Xavi has said, "It would be a big blow to morale for Madrid. It would a very important advantage but we could still lose those points," according to BBC Sport. "A win would give us a lot of confidence because it's our age-old rivals, and would make the league more difficult for them. They are three very important points but the league will not be decided in this match. Regardless of the points difference anything can happen."

Meanwhile, Real Madrid boss Jose Mourinho will be hoping this big game will be just what his side needs to kick start their season. If they can turn the tables and get the away win on Sunday they will move to within five points of their fierce rivals, and more importantly could see the momentum swing back in their favor going forward.

Real's losses to Sevilla and Getafe, as well as a draw against Valencia have formed a surprisingly poor run of form for the Spanish champions, however, when it comes to El Clasico matches the form books are worth little and anything can happen on the day.

In the last five El Clasicos Barcelona have won twice, and Real have won twice, with one draw. The two sides are fiercely competitive and evenly matched, and Sunday's game will be sure to be another classic as the world's two best soccer players, Lionel Messi and Ronaldo, face off once again.

Barcelona vs Real Madrid kicks off at 1.50 p.m. ET and can be watched online through live stream by clicking here.

 

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