Good DayBarcelona, Real MadridYes, Barcelona continue with their Ming-the-Merciless style maulings of opponents. And yes, Real Madrid continue to be somewhat lucky in their ability to grind out results when playing poorly. But so what?As one pertinent poster pointed out over the weekend, none of these results matter a ManicheÃ¢ÂÂs meal, thanks to the bungling of La LigaÃ¢ÂÂs fixture-fixers. In the first quarter of the season, Madrid should have been punished by tougher teams than the MalagaÃ¢ÂÂs of La Liga whilst Barcelona deserve to be further ahead of their rivals having been victorious over the likes of Villarreal.Instead, the two clubs have been fed cannon fodder to chump on and that will continue until round 13 when both will then face Sevilla, each other, Valencia and Villarreal in a rapid run, followed by another five months or so of fish-food. What happens if BarÃÂ§a break down, as Xavi fears? Or if Real Madrid suddenly rediscover their mojo? Would the first 12 rounds have been a big waste of time?