Its Real Madrid v Levante this afternoon, with the latest live stream schedule, betting odds and match preview from La Liga.
Real Madrid will look to continue their fine recent form when they take on struggling Levante later today.
Carlo Ancelotti’s side have won four on the trot to climb to fourth in the table, four points off leaders Barcelona, and with a top of the table clash looming they will be out to extend that run.
That run includes 20 goals, 11 of which have come from the boot of Ronaldo. The Portuguese star requires one goal to become the third player and first since 1948, to score 14 times in the opening eight games of a La Liga season.
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The odds of history being made appear very high especially when you consider that Ronaldo has scored 10 goals in 9 meetings with the Valencia outfit.
While all eyes will be on Ronaldo, defence will be crucial for Real especially with Ancelotti confirming that Iker Casillas will start this weekend. The veteran star has come under pressure after losing his place in the Spanish national team to David de Gea however his manager has handed him a huge vote of confidence by declaring he would be between the sticks on Saturday.
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“The Spanish national team is not Real Madrid and we have no desire to transition from one keeper to another. De Gea does not play here.”
The former PSG also told reporters that Sami Khedira would be involved at some point, adding “The player [Khedira] has returned and made a complete recovery from the problem he had with his hamstring,”
“He is ready to play, but he is still not fully fit. He has gotten over his injury and can give us more strength in the centre of the park.
Definitely out however is Jese and Sergio Ramos.
Levante meanwhile have no new injury worries ahead of the game. Jose Luis Mendilibar’s side have won just one of their last five games, a 1-0 win away to Grenada and they have yet to win at home.