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Real Madrid will look to keep pace at the top of the table when they travel to take on Getafe.
Carlo Ancelotti and his side will have bad memories of their last trip to Coliseum Alfonso Perez as they went down 2-1.
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This time round Real will be confident of a good result after a run of 11 wins and two draws in their last 13 games. In fact Real’s only defeats this season have come against their rivals, Barcelona and Atletico.
That run has propelled the club up to second in the table, level on points with leaders Barcelona
The club sealed their place in the Copa del Rey final midweek as they sealed a 5-0 aggregate win over rivals Atletico Madrid, a brace from Cristiano Ronaldo sealing a 2-0 win on the night.
Ronaldo misses out on Sunday as he serves the second game of a three match suspension but with Karim Benzema, Gareth Bale and the ever improving Jese all on the score sheet in the 4-2 win over Villareal last time out in the league Ancelotti will be confident with his attacking options.
By contrast Getafe are without a win in their last 10 games, a run that has seen them drop to 14th in the table and with key defenders Rafa, Roberto Lago and Alvaro Arroyo all out a repeat of last season’s shock result is unlikely.
Sergio Escudero is the final defender struggling to make the game although at this point it is doubt if the 24 year old feature.
The absence of the key quartet will do little to inspire against a team that has scored the most in the division. Real have so far amassed 65 goals this season and they will fancy their chances of breaking the deadlock especially as Getafe have conceded 36 goals when at full capacity.
The run of poor results has piled the pressure on Getafe manager Luis Garcia Plaza who admitted it was difficult to see light at the end of the tunnel.
“The results weigh on you,” he said. “We’re very aware of them.
“In the end all I can do is work. If I’m fired, nothing happens. It’s football.”