Valencia CF vs Real Madrid will face each other tomorrow Sunday in the 35th round of the Santander League at the Mestalla stadium. The match will be played from 6:30 p.m.
The team led by Rubén Baraja, after winning in Vigo and breathing in the classification, will look for the three points to get away from the relegation positions. After a calamitous season, and with several changes on the bench, the team will try to give joy to its fans by beating Real Madrid and sealing, practically, the permanence in the first division. The Mestalla stadium is also 100 years old, so what better than a victory against Ancelotti’s team as a gift for the centenary?
Rubén Baraja has the casualties of Gabriel Paulista and Diakhaby, sanctioned and Marcos André, injured.
Real Madrid arrives at the match injured. After being eliminated in the semifinals of the UEFA Champions League against Manchester City, Carlo Ancelotti’s team arrives at Mestalla in low hours and, probably, wishing that the League ends. Even so, they will look for the three points to secure second place.
Carlo Ancelotti has all the players. The only doubt is Thibaut Courtois, who suffers from discomfort in the triceps.
Valencia CF: Mmardashvili, Thierry Rendall, Cenk, Eray Comert, Gayà, Nico González, Javi Guerra, André Almeida, Samuel Lino, Patrick Kluivert and Edinson Cavani.
Real Madrid: Courtois, Nacho, Militao Rudiger, Mendy, Camavinga, Kroos, Ceballos, Rodrygo, Vinicius and Karim Benzema.
Schedule and where to watch on TV
The match will be played at 18:30 at the Mestalla stadium and can be seen live on Movistar La Liga TV, on Movistar +. In addition, you can follow the minute-by-minute on the website of La Razón.