Real Madrid will entertain Valencia in their next La Liga match at the Alfredo di Stefano on Thursday as the Los Blancos seek to maintain the pace against the La Liga leaders Barcelona.
Zinedine Zidane will be without the services of injured Luka Jovic, Nacho Fernandez and Lucas Vazquez for the clash against Valencia at the Alfredo di Stefano Stadium on Thursday evening.
Mariano Diaz is another player that would miss the clash following a toe injury, Dani Carvajal was a forced substitute against Eibar and he is doubtful for this clash.
Valencia will be unable to call upon Ezequiel Garay and Cristiano Piccini as the defenders continue to recover from knee injuries and former Villarreal and Arsenal star Gabriel Paulista is unlikely to make a come back in time for the encounter.
HEAD TO HEAD:
Real Madrid had a better head to head advantage over the Mestalla outfit, the whites have won 31 matches against The Bats, 14 ended in a draw and 13 defeats in 58 games.
Their last meeting at Mestalla Stadium ended in 3-1 in favour of Real Madrid.
Zidane’s men came out smoking in their first clash against Eibar after the suspension, despite been out for three months due to the pandemic.
Real Madrid look sharp and ready to go take on any opponent which was evidently clear in the clash against Eibar, they scored three goals in the first half of the clash.
Albert Celades’ men did not have a good start to their first match after the resumption of the league, they were denied of three points after the last-minute equalizer from Levante star Melero from the penalty spot.
The clash against Real Madrid will be their second since the return of the league.
Courtois; Carvajal, Ramos, Varane, Mendy; Casemiro, Kroos, Valverde; Rodrygo, Benzema, Hazard.
Cillessen; Wass, Diakhaby, Guillamon, Gaya; Torres, Parejo, Kondogbia, Soler; Rodrigo, Gameiro
Real Madrid 2:0 Valencia.
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