Zinedine Zidane’s team continue their title defence this week with a favourable fixture against Levante
Real Madrid are the most successful club in Spain, having won a record 34 Liga titles, and they are looking to add another championship this season.
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Zinedine Zidane’s team saw Cristiano Ronaldo leave for Juventus in 2018 but have still found ways to win without the Portuguese superstar, lifting the Spanish title in 2019-20 ahead of fierce rivals Barcelona.
After winning the first Clasico of the season in October, Real Madrid are hoping to be in the hunt for yet another league trophy.
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Real Madrid are currently on a nine-game unbeaten run in La Liga, putting them firmly back in the title race.
A 4-1 win over Deportivo Alaves last weekend moved Zidane’s men to 40 points, with the French manager’s assistant David Bettoni taking charge of the team.
Bettoni will be in the dugout again against Levante as Zidane continues to recover from coronavirus.
The assistant coach ruled out captain Sergio Ramos for Saturday’s fixture, saying it was too early to risk the defender.
Similarly, Dani Carvajal will not be risked, while Lucas Vazquez is a doubt.
Nacho is sidelined with coronavirus and both Rodrygo and Federico Valverde miss out through injury.
Levante have injury problems of their own, with Jorge de Frutos, Nikola Vukcevic and Jose Campana all out.
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Real Madrid in La Liga table Pos Team MP W D L GD Pts 1 Atletico Madrid 18 15 2 1 28 47 2 Real Madrid 19 12 4 3 18 40 3 Barcelona 19 11 4 4 22 37 4 Sevilla 19 11 3 3 10 36 5 Villarreal 20 8 10 2 9 34
Despite a slow start to the 2020-21 campaign, Real Madrid are once again competing at the top of the table.
They currently sit seven points behind leaders Atletico Madrid, having closed the gap in recent weeks thanks to their unbeaten run.
They continue the new year with another winnable game against Levante, before taking on the likes of Huesca and Getafe in the next few weeks..
As well as the upcoming La Liga games, Real will also have one eye on the Champions League knockout stage clash with Atalanta in February.
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