Real Madrid will be looking to get their La Liga title defence off to a winning start when they travel to face Almeria on Sunday at 9pm (UK time).
Los Blancos finished a massive 13 points clear of second-placed Barcelona last season to secure their second title in three years, having managed just one between 2012/13 and 2018/19. They also started the new campaign in winning fashion, beating Eintracht Frankfurt 2-0 to claim the UEFA Super Cup.
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Almeria team news
Almeria are back in La Liga after a seven-year absence, winning the Segunda Division title on the final day of the 2021/22 season, and they have been busy in the summer transfer window signing 10 players so far. The marquee arrival is Kaiky from Santos, who has previously been linked with a move to the likes of Manchester United, Chelsea, Arsenal and Barcelona – the latter having first refusal before he joined Almeria.
Kaiky could go straight into the Almeria defence, with Ivan Martos and Juanjo out injured.
Real Madrid team news
Real Madrid have been more conservative in the transfer window, signing two players to their first-team, though they still spent £85.3m on Aurelian Tchouameni alongside Antonio Rudiger’s free transfer. Both players made their debuts in the Super Cup win over Eintracht on Wednesday and could start here should Carlo Ancelotti wish to rotate given the difference in quality between these two sides.
Scoreline prediction: Almeria 0-4 Real Madrid
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