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Real Madrid vs Barcelona betting tips: La Liga 2021-22 odds and predictions

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Real Madrid will host FC Barcelona in another mouth-watering El Clasico clash at Santiago Bernabéu in La Liga 2021-22 on Monday, March 21. The match will kick off at 1:30 AM IST.

Under the tutelage of Carlo Ancelotti, Madrid have been the most dominant side in the ongoing La Liga season, winning 20 of the 28 matches while registering six draws and just two defeats so far. With 66 points on board, Los Blancos are leading the La Liga 2021-22 standings - 10 points clear of second-placed Sevilla.

On the other hand, Barcelona have found their mojo back under manager Xavi and have secured five wins and a draw in their last six league fixtures. The Blaugrana are currently placed third in the La Liga standings with 51 points from 27 matches.

Real Madrid vs Barcelona odds for La Liga 2021-22

Real Madrid: 2.20

Barcelona: 3.20

Draw: 3.55

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Note: Odds are subject to change.

Real Madrid vs Barcelona recent form

Real Madrid and Barcelona head into the upcoming El Clasico in great form. While Madrid defeated Mallorca 3-0 at Iberostar Stadium in their last La Liga encounter, the Catalan side thrashed Osasuna 4-0 at Camp Nou in their previous fixture. Both sides have secured four wins and a draw in their last five meetings in the La Liga.

Real Madrid: W, W, W, W, D

Barcelona: W, W, W, W, D

Real Madrid vs Barcelona head-to-head

Barcelona have a slight advantage over Real Madrid in their head-to-head record in all competitions, winning 115 of the 281 matches that they have contested so far. Madrid have claimed 104 victories while 62 matches have ended in draws.

Real Madrid vs Barcelona prediction for La Liga 2021-22 

Real Madrid have won all their last five meetings against FC Barcelona in all competitions. Furthermore, Madrid have netted 59 goals in 28 La Liga matches this season and will start as favourites against their arch-rivals at their home on Monday.

Featured photo: AFP



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