Real Madrid v Barcelona Betting Odds: El Clásico 10 December 2011 (Video)

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Real Madrid v Barcelona Betting Odds:  El Clásico 10 December 2011

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Real Madrid v Barcelona odds had Real at 6/4, Barcelona at 13/5 and the draw at 9/5.  The promises to be an outstanding matchup.  50 percent of those betting this game were backing Barcelona. 

Real Madrid boss Jose Mourinho will choose between Gonzalo Higuain and Karim Benzema for a solo striking role against Barcelona on Saturday.  Gonzalo Higuain has opened the scoring in more LigaBBVA matches than any other player this season (four times).

Both Higuain and Benzema have been in excellent goalscoring form this season.

"Both of them will not play. It will be Cristiano and Di Maria and Benzema or Higuain," Mourinho said.

Mourinho has attempted to play down the prospects of a successful El Clásico.

"It is one more game and there is not much time until it starts," said Mourinho. "That is normal for us. For everyone else it is a different game, but for us life continues as normal."

During his entire managerial career, Jose Mourinho only has a lower win percentage as a manager against his current club Real Madrid (D1 L3) than Barcelona in all competitions (23.5% - W4 D6 L7).  Mourinho has lost more matches against Barcelona than any other side in all competitions (7 – next is Liverpool (5)).

Real Madrid have won just one of their last 11 meetings with Barcelona in all competitions (D3 L7) while Barcelona have won just three of their last 10 league games away from the Camp Nou, having set a record for most consecutive away wins in Primera (12) last season.

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- Alistair Prescott, 

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