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 By Sid Lowe

Valencia vs. Barca, Sevilla vs. Atletico, Real vs. Bilbao: La Liga's big weekend

La Liga features several top six match-ups this weekend. Find out who comes out on top in our La Liga predictor.

Between them, they have won the last 16 league titles and 80 of the 85 in Spanish football history. They account for the last 10 Copa del Rey winners and 18 of the last 20 finalists, only Getafe getting in there with them eight long years ago. They have won the last three Champions Leagues and the last three Europa League too. In fact, they account for five of the last six Champions League finalists as well five of the last seven and eight of the last thirteen UEFA Cup/Europa League winners. Five...

Dortmund duo in demand as Barcelona track Pulisic and Man City chase Weigl

Tim Howard praises Christian Pulisic and explains why he and Brad Guzan are not worried about who starts for the U.S.
Alejandro Moreno and Mark Donaldson discuss Mesut Ozil and whether Arsenal should splash cash for their midfield talisman.

The transfer window might be shut, but don't think the wheeling and dealing won't continue! Check out all the latest deals here.

TOP STORY: Dortmund duo in demand

Borussia Dortmund youngsters Christian Pulisic and Julian Weigl have been making waves with a series of outstanding performances in recent months, and their form has not gone unnoticed.

Spanish outlet Mundo Deportivo reports that Barcelona are tracking Pulisic, Dortmund's 18-year-old U.S. international, as they plan for the future.


Lionel Messi's mere presence on the pitch is all the magic Barcelona need

Luis Enrique praises Lionel Messi's performance against Man City, but notes such efforts have become the norm for him.
Relive Lionel Messi's hat trick, Kasper Schmeichel's super save and more from matchday three of the UEFA Champions League.

Sometimes, just knowing Lionel Messi is nearby is enough to turn a game.

It happened in the 2013 Champions League quarterfinal second leg between Barcelona and Paris Saint-Germain. With the French champions 1-0 up and a lifeless Barca staring elimination in the face, Messi -- unable to start due to a hamstring injury -- was thrown on. Just the sight of him on the touchline galvanised the Camp Nou, and although he could barely move, the PSG players were suddenly shaken by his presence.

He drew three...

 By Chris Wright

Lionel Messi and other Barcelona stars read tweets about themselves

As one of the most followed people on the planet, it goes without saying that Lionel Messi doesn't have time to sift through all of his vast number of daily social media mentions.

To that end, Barcelona had Messi sit down and read out a handful of tweets about himself -- most of them from appreciative fans thanking him for being some sort of footballing extraterrestrial sent to the Camp Nou from another galaxy.

Oh, and the Catalan club also invited Gerard Pique, Arda Turan, Ivan Rakitic and Sergi...

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Trending: Lionel Messi and Mesut Ozil score Champions League hat tricks

Luis Enrique praises Lionel Messi's performance against Man City, but notes such efforts have become the norm for him.
Arsene Wenger suggests a change in Mesut Ozil's playing style has made him more lethal in front of goal.

Here are the latest stories for Wednesday.

CHAMPIONS LEAGUE: Lionel Messi scored a hat trick as Barcelona thrashed Manchester City 4-0 at the Camp Nou in the Champions League on Wednesday, while Mesut Ozil also scored three as Arsenal hammered Ludogorets 6-0.

BARCELONA: Barcelona boss Luis Enrique is running out of metaphors to describe "best player in the world" Lionel Messi after another clinical performance from the striker saw City coach Pep Guardiola leave Camp Nou a beaten...

 By Chris Wright

Man City's Claudio Bravo mocked on Twitter for red card vs. Barcelona

Claudio Bravo is sent off after giving the ball away to Luis Suarez and subsequently preventing a goalscoring opportunity.
Steve Nicol and Craig Burley are in disbelief over the play of Claudio Bravo and the Man City defence against Barcelona.
Pep Guardiola says he saw an open match between Barcelona and Manchester City before Claudio Bravo was sent off.

It's fair to say that Claudio Bravo's early Manchester City career hasn't been the smoothest of transitions, with a smattering of high-profile errors leading many to question Pep Guardiola's taste in first-choice goalkeepers.

The Chile shot-stopper was caught out once again on Wednesday night when was forced to handle outside the box to prevent Barcelona capitalising on his botched clearance, thus earning himself an early bath in the 53rd minute of a crucial Champions League tie that ended 4-0 to...