Valencia and Real Madrid meet in a EuroLeague game at Pabellon Fuente De San Luis on Tuesday evening (7:30pm, UK time).
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This will be just the 11th EuroLeague meeting between these Spanish rivals, with both sides being tied at 5-5. Half of those meetings came in the 2011 playoff series, which Real Madrid won 3-2. However, Valencia have won its last three EuroLeague home games against Los Blancos.
Valencia rank fourth for three-pointers per match so far this season (10.4), but a shocking 14th for two-pointers per game (18), showing just where their problems lie. The home side currently sit 11th in the standings, having won four and lost four of their opening eight matches, looking to bounce back from their heavy 30-point road loss to Bologna in Round 8.
As for the away side, Real Madrid will be looking to make it four wins on the bounce after 83-77, 94-85 and 90-72 victories over Milan, Instanbul and Berling in rounds 6-8 and will buoyed after Nigel Williams-Goss returned to action last time out after missing the start of the season through injury.
Walter Tavares leads the league this season in blocks (2.4 per game) and is also tied for sixth in rebounding (6.3 per game) and tied for 10th in average index rating (16.3 per game) and is establishing himself as an important player for Los Blancos.