Ahead of tonight’s game, Goal.com Ghana has been finding out from its fans on Facebook about the chances of the two sides.
|Madrid will win because Barcelona have been a better side in EL Clasico when they first play away. Madrid always have good result when they first play away to Barca. [Michael] Essien is also yet to taste defeat with Real Madrid so as Modric. [Alex] Song has not had a victory over Madrid. [Jose] Mourinho has not lost a game in the month of October since 2005.
- Solari Paa Kwesi Alamme
|I think Real Madrid will win because for the last couple of days things are moving well for them and Barcelona find it difficult to win a game. They are not well organised so I think Madrid will win the game tonight
- Evans Opoku
|It is going to be an epic encounter between arguably the best club sides of our time - Barcelona and one of the most decorated club sides of all times, Real Madrid. Tito Vilanova's men are simply on fire and so I don't see how Mourinho's men are going to stop them from winning at the Estadio Camp Nou considering they still have the little magician from Argentina Lionel Andres Messi. Viva Barca. It’s going to be 3-1 for Barca.
- Terence Incoom
|Barcelona shouldn't be deceived by the fact that flying high on top of the league table definitely means they're going to walk over Jose Mourinho’s Real Madrid. Surely, Los Blancos will emerge victorious in tonight’s game.
- Frank Adu Adjei
|Matches between these two teams of late have become very tight and if you don’t assess before predicting you will abandon food at the end. From my own perspective I think Madrid have learnt some senses from that embarrassing 5-0 humiliating results. They look favourites to win.
- Jackson Ankrah
| It is going to be a thriller once again looking at the strengths of both sides. However, Madrid have an upper hand because their talisman [Cristiano] Ronaldo is in great form as he has scored eight in his last four appearances while Barca’s eye Messi hasn't scored in the last two games. He has not scored against Madrid this season. Madrid have boosted their preparation with the 4-1 victory over Ajax.
- Monsieu Olu.