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Yes, I still believe in the title because there are still 10 rounds of matches to go in la liga and this is the toughest league in the World (who would have thought Barca would lose to Villarreal and Atletico...and have back-to-back draws with Numancia and Espanyol? Seriously, who?). Barcelona still have some difficult games to play and of course it will be difficult and to be honest the title is pretty much heading to Catalunia, but we can't give up hope yet. They play Deportivo at the Riazor this weekend and to be realistic we badly need a home win in Galicia. We just have to worry about our business and hope Barcelona drop points. There is no reason we can't win 10 straight games to close out the season....and see where that leaves us. I just hope we avoid the total collapse we had at the end of last season, with those club-record five straight league defeats. How un-professional was that? The players have to show the fans that the least they can do is fight until the very end.
Real Madrid Home Record:
P14 W11 D0 L3
% of points accumulated at Home: 79%
Málaga CF Away Record:
P13 W3 D1 L9
% of points accumulated on Road: 26%
Real Madrid CF: LLWDL
Málaga CF: WWLLL
07/11/2004: Málaga CF 0-2 Real Madrid CF (Figo 24 pen, Owen 78)
07/02/2004: Real Madrid CF 2-1 Málaga CF (Ronaldo 24, Carlos 59)
La Liga| Sunday, 20th March 2005| 19:00 CET| Estadio Santiago Bernabéu.
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