Real Madrid are eyeing to keep their first spot in La Liga by beating Valencia today at Mestalla Stadium.
Kick-off: 16:00 GMT
Venue: Mestalla Stadium arsenal
Referee: Fernando Teixeira
- Midfielder Javi Fuego is suspended for this clash.
- New signing Enzo Perez is included in the match-day squad.
- No injury concerns for Valencia boss Nuno Espírito Santo.
- Fabio Coentrao is likely to replace Marcelo who is out with an injury. The full-back suffered a minor muscular injury but is likely to be rested.
- Midfielder Luka Modric remains out with his injury.
- The rest squad is fully fit. Carlo Ancelotti will put a strong squad.
- In the last six meetings between them, Valencia have not won a game.
- Valencia are unbeaten in their last four La Liga games.
- The last time when Valencia won a league game against Real was in 2007-2008 season.
- Real Madrid have picked up the full points from their last 12 La Liga games.
- The Los Blancos are unbeaten against Valencia in the last eight games in all campaigns.
Valencia 1 – 3 Real Madrid, Cristiano Ronaldo to score a brace.
This result won’t harm their positions they will remain at their positions.
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