La Liga | Real Madrid VS Valencia; Sunday, 12 November at 04:00 GMT +8
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Los Blancos, a major club, won both La Liga and Champions League in the 2021/22 season, but their last season was unsuccessful due to only winning Copa del Rey. This season has started well for Los Blancos, securing the next phase in the Champions League and currently ranked 2nd with 29 points from 12 matches, just two points away from Girona.
Valencia, having finished 16th in their last season, is now in 8th place with eight points in the last four games. They are two points away from European spots, having a better performance due to an easier schedule in recent La Liga games.
Antonio Rudiger has been suspended for one game due to a yellow card in the previous La Liga game. Eder Militao is sidelined with a long-term injury, leaving David Alaba and Nacho Fernandez as the best back options. Midfielder Aurelien Tchouameni is also sidelined with a broken foot. Thibaut Courtois is also sidelined, with Kepa Arrizabalaga potentially missing the Valencia game due to an injury. Andriy Lunin should start on goal. Ferland Mendy and Dani Ceballos are also questionable with minor injuries.
Selim Amallah, who left the field after 24 minutes in the Granada game, will miss at least two games against Real Madrid and Celta Vigo, while Jesus Vazquez, Cenk Ozkacar, Mouctar Diakhaby, and Andre Almeida will remain sidelined due to injuries.
Goalkeeper: Andriy Lunin
Defenders: Lucas Vázquez, Nacho Fernandez, David Alaba, Fran Garcia
Midfielders: Federico Valverde, Jude Bellingham, Eduardo Camavinga, Toni Kroos
Forwards: Rodrygo, Vinicius Junior
Goalkeeper: Giorgi Mamaradshvili
Defenders: Thierry Correia, Gabriel Paulista, Cristhian Mosquera, Jose Gaya
Midfielders: Francisco Perez, Javi Guerra, Papelu, Diego López
Forwards: Hugo Duro, Sergi Canos
Real Madrid VS Valencia (Last 6 matches)
- Real Madrid – 5 wins
- Valencia – 1 win
Over all competition record
La Liga Stats
Real Madrid has the potential to score multiple goals against Valencia, potentially securing a comfortable 2-0 victory at the end of the match.
Winning probability: Real Madrid – 72% , Draw – 17% , Valencia – 11%
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