Sunday action for Barca and Real Madrid

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Real Madrid chief Emilio Butragueno denies the LaLiga title is lost after their disappointing draw at Celta Vigo.

But Zinedine Zidane's men were unable to break that streak on Sunday, despite the best efforts of Gareth Bale, who scored both of the visitors' goals in his first league start since September following calf and hamstring problems.

Los Blancos prepare to travel to northern Spain to visit Celta Vigo on Sunday as they seek to bounce back from a disappointing first half to the season that has left them lingering in fourth place.

Real Madrid announced on Friday that the team captain, Sergio Ramos, has suffered an injury during the training session on Friday.

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Celta appealed for Navas to be sent off when he felled Aspas and was only shown a yellow card while the Costa Rican was also let off when he stepped off his line before diving to his right to palm away the striker's spot-kick. Despite the fact they have played fewer games than every side above them, they remain a massive 14 points short of Barcelona at the top, with the leaders having only played one more game than Real.

Barcelona had seen their lead over nearest challengers Atletico Madrid reduced to six points on Saturday but restored the gap to nine after Lionel Messi, Luis Suarez and Paulinho scored in a routine win over Levante.

It seems that the imminent signing of Kepa will not reinvigorate Real Madrid fans, since he's being considered a reinforcement for the future.

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