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Real Madrid will aim to get back to winning ways in La Liga when they face mid-table Levante. (KO 19:00GMT).
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The Estadi Ciutat de Valencia has not proved to be happy hunting ground for Carlo Ancelotti’s team in recent seasons with Madrid winning just one of their last four games against the unfancied Valencian outfit.
Real currently sit fourth in the table, five points off leaders Barcelona and rivals Atletico Madrid after winning 5 and drawing 1 of their opening 7 games, their sole defeat coming last weekend against their cross town rivals.
Despite what on paper appears to be a solid start Real have struggled to keep pace with the top two and with Gareth Bale struggling with niggling injuries since his big money move to Madrid many have questioned the decision to allow Mesut Ozil to leave.
The Arsenal man has sparkled since moving to London, scoring one and creating 5 in just 5 games. Yet despite his impressive start to life in the Premier League Ancelotti’s claims that Real are not missing the German star.
“I don’t regret Ozil leaving,” the 54-year-old told reporters. “I wish him luck but we don’t need him as we’re doing fine in attack without him.
“We’re scoring a lot of goals, but we need to find balance as we are conceding too many. We need to get the team to gel.”
Bale has yet get a run of games since joining the club and is expected to be out until after the International break while Xabi Alonso is also out.
Raphael Varnane could feature after making his return to action midweek in the 4-0 win over Copenhagen in the Champions league. The defender had been out since May with a knee injury.
Levante meanwhile have won two and drawn four of their games since the opening day 7-0 thrashing at the hands of Barcelona and will head into the game with doubts over the fitness of Pape Diop, Baba Diawara and David Navarro.