2016 Schedule

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2016 Schedule
24-6-4, 1st in Spanish Primera División
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2hSam Marsden

Neymar returns for Barca, Iniesta a doubt

Asked whether Espanyol's players could attempt to provoke Neymar, the coach added: "He is a specialist at dealing with these types of situation."

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5hChris Wright

Incredible Lionel Messi lookalike

They say everybody has a doppelganger and it just so happens that Lionel Messi's has been discovered living and working in Iran.

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14hMichael Wade

Neymar hints at Man United move

A report out of London suggests that Neymar has told his friends Man United and Chelsea are pushing for a summer move. Transfer Talk has the latest.

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Shaka's Power Rankings: Juve go top (1:42)
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The Sweeper: Sanchez the warrior (2:02)
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1dSam Marsden

Barcelona to protest 'Catalan scum' tweet

Barcelona have confirmed they will take a complaint to Spain's Anti-Violence Committee for Sport about Malaga president Abdullah Al-Thani.

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1dSam Marsden

Masch on first-ever Barca goal: It's nothing

Javier Mascherano has said the insistence of his teammates and the Camp Nou crowd left him with little choice but to take a penalty vs. Osasuna.

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2dESPN staff

Barcelona making Bellerin top target?

Arsenal right-back Hector Bellerin has emerged as Barcelona's top target this summer, Spanish newspaper Marca claimed.

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2dDermot Corrigan

Real, Barca pull away atop La Liga table

Five thoughts from midweek La Liga action as Real Madrid and Barcelona won heavily to remain at the top of the table while the bottom sorts out.

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2dSam Marsden

Messi, Mascherano boost Barca to big win

Lionel Messi, Andre Gomes and Paco Alcacer struck braces in a 7-1 thumping of Osasuna, but the real highlight of the night? Javier Mascherano's goal.

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2dPA Sport

Messi brace as Barca keep pressure on Real

Barcelona followed up Sunday's thrilling Clasico victory with a 7-1 thrashing of lowly Osasuna to further keep their La Liga title hopes alive.

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Barcelona 7-1 Osasuna: No stopping Messi (3:44)
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Do Pique and Ramos' extracurricular activities hurt their play? (3:33)
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The Sweeper: Masterful Messi Photoshop (1:47)
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2dDan Kilpatrick

Eriksen could play for Barcelona - De Boer

De Boer, who managed Eriksen at Ajax, suggested the Denmark international was ready to leave Spurs.

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3dRichard Martin

Barca can't afford another slip-up

Barcelona have slipped on more than one banana peel this season but know their title hopes can ill afford any more slip-ups, starting with Osasuna.

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Nicol: Valverde favourite for Barca job (2:03)
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3dDermot Corrigan

Ramos gets one-match ban for Messi tackle

La Liga's authorities have given Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos a one-game suspension for the red-card tackle on Lionel Messi in Sunday's Clasico.

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3dESPN staff

Osasuna: We need handcuffs to stop Messi

"I've already said that we need a plan for Messi and the players told me [that we need to] carry handcuffs and a pistol," Osasuna's coach said.

RankingsSpanish Primera División

Goal Difference681st
Goals Scored1011st
Assists652nd
Goals Conceded333rd