Valencia have not had the ideal lead up to such a big game with the board deciding to relieve Miroslav Djukic of his post and Nico Estevez has come in his place. It remains to be seen just what effect this will have on the side and against Real Madrid, it will be a baptism of fire of sorts for the young tactician. Valencia don't seem to know how to play a tight game having conceded 26 goals in 16 games.
Real Madrid have to take away points in order to keep their La Liga hopes alive. Real Madrid are without two of their preferred centre halves with Raphael Varane still out injured while Pepe is suspended. Sergio Ramos, it is hoped, will be fit enough to play though there are minor doubts about his fitness. The defender is available too, despite his red card last weekend. The Competition Commission rescinded one of his cautions at El Sadar so, provided he proves his fitness, he will be available to play.
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La Liga – There are always a lot of goals when Valencia play against Real in numbers there has been 24 goals scored in the last four meetings at the Mestalla (The bookmakers offer very low odds on over 2,5). Valencia conceded 26 goals in 16 games. Real Madrid are hungry to return on winning ways after their draw at Pamplona and they must win if they want to be in the race for the title.
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