Valencia – Real Madrid
Today, at 17:00 am at the Mestalla, viewers will be able to enjoy the derby of this round, match between Valencia and current World Club champions Real Madrid.
Both teams are more or less complete entering the match but Valencia’s suspension will not be able to count on experienced Javi Fuego. From Valencia all expected to provide the utmost in resistance, but honestly I’m not sure exactly how many will be able to resist the attacks of Real Madrid. Many coaches have concluded that the greatest weakness of this season’s team of Valencia shots from a distance, as well as very poor transition from defense to attack. Valencia has lots traded, exchanged a lot of the staff from last year’s team remained only 9 players. Major changes may not be good for the team, but the players were excellent fit and now only 8 points behind the leading team of the league.
Real can not count on Modric, who was absent for some time, is also sidelined and Brazilian Marcelo who violated the recently-played the final of the club world championship. Behind Real Madrid is a fantastic year, four trophies, primarily long-awaited La Decima. They also had a excellent transitional period, arrived Kroos, who are paid very quickly and James is also an excellent fit in the team and often saw him in the starting lineup.
Valencia is a team that plays really hard at home, but no real problems with them in the past few years. Real is unbeaten in the last 12 games against Valencia and Valencia was defeated Real last time at 2009 years. Real’s run of 22 straight wins interrupted defeat in a friendly match against AC Milan, which is lost 4:2 but I believe that it will not disrupt the team to win in this match.