Zidane Zidane claims Real Madrid will stop Lionel Messi in El Clasico

Zidane Zidane claims Real Madrid will stop Lionel Messi in El Clasico

- Zinedine Zidane's side will take on Barcelona for the rescheduled El Clasico at Camp Nou

- The match was postponed due to political unrest in the city of Barcelona last October

- Real Madrid boss Zidane has admitted the threat of Barcelona captain Lionel Messi

- And the Frenchman revealed Los Blancos have all it takes to take on the La Liga Champions

Zinedine Zidane has revealed that Real Madrid are in a good form ahead of the much-anticipated trip to the Camp Nou face Barcelona.

The Frenchman has insisted Los Blancos have the weapons to dismantle their rivals when they both collide in a midweek La Liga clash.

The match was initially set for last October but was rescheduled because of the political unrest in the city of Barcelona.

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Zidane admitted the threat of Lionel Messi but is confident his team have what it takes to win the clash.

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"We know that we face a great team and that they have Messi, but we also have our weapons," he said in his pre-match press conference.

"I'm not worried about the Clasico. I'm happy to be able to play a game like that. There's a lot of talk ... but what people want to see tomorrow is a good game."

Surprisingly, both Madrid and Barca players will travel together to the Camp Nou, despite the on-field rivalry.

"They told us that we have to go to the stadium together [with Barcelona] and that is what we will do. The rules are the rules," Zidane reacted to the news.

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