Real Madrid will be looking to return to the top of the La Liga table when they host Real Mallorca on Wednesday at 9pm (UK time).
Los Blancos are just one point behind league leaders Atletico Madrid having played a game fewer, while Real Mallorca are currently 10th.
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Where to watch Real Madrid vs Real Mallorca on TV:
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Scoreline prediction: Real Madrid 2-0 Real Mallorca
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Real Madrid vs Real Mallorca build-up, previous line-ups & injury news:
Last season was not a good one for Real Madrid and it saw Zinedine Zidane leave the club for the second time. The Frenchman was replaced by Carlo Ancelotti in the summer and the man dubbed the Don has seemingly turned the ship around. Los Blancos are still unbeaten in La Liga after five games, winning four and drawing just the one. Alaves, Real Betis, Celta Vigo and Valencia have all fallen to Real Madrid, while Levante were the only team to prevent them winning in a 3-3 draw. Real Madrid have carried that form over to the Champions League too, starting their group stage with a 1-0 win over Italian champions Inter Milan.
Although they are 10th, Real Mallorca will surely be happy with their start to the season. The newly-promoted side opened the campaign with a draw against Real Betis and followed that up with 1-0 wins over Alaves and Espanyol (both of whom finished with 10 men) to go into the international break unbeaten. Mallorca returned from the break with a 2-0 defeat to Athletic Bilbao and then drew against Villarreal at the weekend, but they are proving themselves a tough team to face, conceding just three goals (while scoring three themselves).
- Real Madrid (vs Valencia): Courtois; Carvajal*, Militao, Alaba, Fernandez; Valverde, Modric, Casemiro, Vinicius; Hazard; Benzema.
- Real Mallorca (vs Villarreal): Reina; Maffeo*, Valjent, Olivan, Costa; Kubo, Baba, Sevilla, Ndiaye; Rodriguez, Nino.
Both sides have been severely hit by injuries at the start of the season, with Real Madrid still missing Toni Kroos, Marcelo, Ferland Mendy, Gareth Bale and Dani Ceballos, while Dani Carvajal is the latest to join the list of the walking wounded.
Mallorca, meanwhile, are missing Antonio Sanchez, Antonio Raillo, Inigo Ruiz de Galarreta, Aleksandar Sedlar, Franco Russo and Pablo Maffeo, who suffered a muscle injury.
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Ancelotti: Asensio’s unhappiness would be normal
Although Real Madrid as a whole are enjoying their start to the season, according to some reports there are a few players unhappy with their current status in the squad.
In the early stages of the campaign, Ancelotti has made his favourite starting XI clear, as he has done so at his previous clubs. Unless rotation is forced, through injury or simply too many games in a short space of time, Ancelotti is unlikely to make too many changes between matches.
One of the players to lose out as a result of this so far this season is Marco Asensio. The Spaniard has played just 68 minutes in La Liga across four appearances, a drop from last season when he started 21 of his 35 matches in the league.
But Ancelotti has insisted Asensio only needs to be patient before getting his chance.
“Everyone knows what I think, putting together a line up is complicated,” he told reporters.
“It may be that he’s unhappy, that’s normal. It would be abnormal for a player who doesn’t play to be happy. If Asensio, Isco, [Luka] Jovic aren’t happy, that’s fine.
“They don’t have to be. He trains well, and I like that. If everyone is plugged in they’ll have minutes. Isco and Jovic changed the dynamic of the team when they came on.”
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