Real Madrid vs Las Palmas – Real’s team news and possible line up against Las Palmas
After tumbling to Atletico Madrid and scarcely winning in Valencia against Levante, Real Madrid has gotten a hold of themselves to deliver an incredible showcase against Celta Vigo and win 7-1. Presently they will turn their consideration towards Las Palmas, who are playing in impressive form right now, astounding everybody a weekend ago when they figured out how to end Villarreal’s streak by beating Marcelino’s club at Madrigal 0-1. Real Madrid, who have no major injury concerns, go to Las Palmas looking for a fourth straight win. This will be the longest outing for Real in the residential rivalry and an ultimate team to beat at their stadium.
Real’s team news and possible line up against Las Palmas
A full squad arranged for the game, with Gareth Bale wanting to start in the wake of dealing with an hour against Roma on his arrival from injury. Toni Kroos, Karim Benzema, James Rodríguez and Danilo will miss the diversion, and those are four potential starters in this squad. Kovacic and Casemiro will probably rival that starting line up against Las Palmas in the midfield close by Modric. Keep in mind that Real Madrid needs to get every one of the points they can to secure a spot in one year from now’s Champions League as quickly as time permits. That way, Zidane’s men will have the capacity to pack completely in the Champions League, the main rivalry in which they can touch some flatware this season.
The meeting will be the third time for both clubs in 17 years of professional football competition. However, their status in La Liga this year seem, by all accounts, to be confronting the inverse headings. In 73 matches played between Real Madrid and Las Palmas, Los Blancos are holding a straight edge with 50 triumphs altogether, contrasted with just nine of the Canaries. Be that as it may, in their last meeting at Gran Canaria (2001), Las Palmas figured out how to beat Madrid 4-2 (Munitis and Zidane scored for the guests).
Real’s possible starting line up against Las Palmas: Navas; Carvajal, Ramos, Pepe, Danilo; Kovacic, Casemiro, Modric; Bale, Mayoral, Ronaldo