Barcelona and Madrid face testing week amid Clasico uncertainty

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The fixtur­e will be the club’s first at home since nine Catala­n indepe­ndence leader­s were jailed on Monday­

The fixture will be the club’s first at home since nine Catalan independence leaders were jailed on Monday. PHOTO: AFP

MADRID: Political turmoil may have thrown next weekend’s Clasico into doubt but Barcelona and Real Madrid cannot afford to let focus waver ahead of what could prove a pivotal period in their seasons.
Ahead of their trip to Eibar in La Liga on Saturday, Barca held their press conference a day early to allow them to begin a 589-kilometre journey to Ipurua by bus on Friday and avoid the chaos at El Prat airport.
But the game will go ahead, which cannot be said for sure of the Clasico against Real Madrid, scheduled to take place on October 26 at Camp Nou.
The fixture will be the club’s first at home since nine Catalan independ

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