Real Madrid will be out to continue their superb recent form when they travel to take on Grenada with a live stream of the game this Saturday.
Carlo Ancelotti’s side moved up to third in the table last week thanks to a come-from-behind win over Barcelona in the “El Clasico”. That was the club’s 10th successive win in all competitions and during that run they have scored an incredible 42 goals with just seven conceded.
On five occasions, four in the league (Athletic club Bilbao, Levante, Deportivo and Elche) they have scored five goals or more while European heavyweights Barcelona and Liverpool have both conceded three at the hands of Real’s forward play.
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While their recent form has been inspired by some wonderful individual performances from Ronaldo – Karim Benzema and the wonderful Toni Kroos have also been in stunning form.
Not even the absence of Gareth Bale, still not ready for a comeback following a hip injury, has derailed the club.
Ancelotti rested Ronaldo, Iker Casillas, Sergio Ramos, Pepe, Luka Modric and Kroos for the midweek 4-1 cup win over third-tier Cornella in the Copa del Rey.
The club have struggled for goals this season registering just six in their opening 9 games. 13 goals conceded has further emphasised the last of a threat up front. The club have won just 2 of their name games are without a win in their last five games.
Last season Real won both encounters, running out 1-0 winners in the away game before claiming a 2-0 success at the Bernabeu.
In all the Madrid giants have won five of the last 6 meetings with these two with their only blip being a 1-0 defeat in the 2012/2013 season.