Posted by sean on April 10, 2010 at 1:34 pm in Bath City with No Comments

Whilst watching Sky Sports this week, I noticed the advert for El Classico today – the twice-yearly encounter between the supposedly best football teams in the world – Barcelona and Real Madrid. While I always eagerly await this fixture and will certainly be watching, for once I will not be dubbing it by its ‘El Classico’ title…

While Barca v Real is arguably a big game, and certainly more so than Barnet against Macclesfield, it is totally outranked in terms of magnitude and importance in comparison with Bath City’s game this afternoon, against Staines Town… for me, anyway.

Staines… yes, the place where Ali G lives, sit just above Bath City in the table in the much sought-after Play Off position. A win for City would see them take a massive advantage in the push for promotion, leap-frogging Staines in the table. Defeat would effectively kill of their season. This really is the true El Classico.

To say this game is massive is an understatement. Get Andy Gray, John Motson and all the gang down to Twerton Park for 3pm today… innit.

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