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The top 5 Players to watch out for in EL Clasico on Sunday

The recent installment of the Spanish El Clasico is on Sunday with Barcelona hosting Real Madrid. Los Blancos are currently third on the La liga table and will be visiting a struggling Barca side that no longer have Lionel Messi in their ranks.

Real Madrid are the better placed team heading into this fixture and due to this reason, we will take a look at the top 5 Players to watch out for in EL Clasico on Sunday ;

5. Ansu Fati.

The Barca winger will be heading into this fixture as the club's new number 10 since Lionel Messi. Fati will be one of Barca's key Players and will need to perform if Ronald Koeman's side will stand a chance of winning against Real Madrid on Sunday.

4. Vinicius Jr.

The Brazilian winger has been a reborn Player this season with improvement in his goalscoring and all round display which has helped in Real Madrid's great start to the new season. Vinicius Jr will be looking to help his teammates try to win during Sunday's El Clasico.

3. Luka Modric.

The Legendary Croatian Midfield maestro and 2018 Ballon Dor winner is one of the most experienced and best Players heading into Sunday's El Clasico. He will be looking to help his Madrid side prevail against Barcelona.

2. Memphis Depay

The Dutch Winger is Barcelona's best Player heading into Sunday's El Clasico. The Former Lyon attacker will be looking to hurt Real Madrid's fragile defence and help Barcelona defeat their fiercest and greatest ever rivals.

1. Karim Benzema

The French striker is arguably one of the best Players in the World currently. The Real Madrid captain has led Los Blancos to one of their best start to the new season while also enjoying one of the best form of his life. Benzema will be hoping to score against Barcelona on Sunday as he has done in the past.

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