Real Madrid vs. Valencia: Team News, Preview, Live Stream, TV InfoPIERRE-PHILIPPE MARCOU/Getty ImagesOn your marks. Get set. Go! In the sort of round we're not treated to often enough in Spain, that will essentially be the call at 5 p. m. local time on Sunday, when the whole of La Liga will take to the blocks: 20 teams, 10 games, one kick-off time. And one mad dash to the line. This will feel like a proper jornada, and it should be captivating. Unlike the league's customary weekend schedule with its disjointed feel, this will add that sense of freneticism to proceedings. Around the country goals will fly in, and as they do, equations will change and so will the complexion of the table. Each minute, each act and each game: all connected. In an already-juicy title race, it will add another dimension.
"Madrid certainly are, but they still require favours from their rivals, while Sunday's crunch affair will be missing key men. After suffering a minor knee injury against Manchester City on Wednesday, Gareth Bale is out. So are Dani Carvajal and Keylor Navas. Karim Benzema is 50-50 too. "Injury problems are inevitable in the final stages of the season, " said Zidane. "We've got a big enough squad to deal with it.
BST/11 a. ET/5 p. localVenue: Santiago Bernabeu, MadridTV Info: Sky Sports (UK), beIN Sports (U. S. )Live Stream: Sky Go (UK), beIN Sports Connect (U. )Form LinesLast 6 Results in All Competitions (most recent first)Real MadridValenciaW: 1-0 vs. Manchester CityL: 0-2 vs. VillarrealW: 1-0 vs. Real SociedadD: 2-2 vs. GetafeD: 0-0 vs. Manchester CityW: 4-0 vs. EibarW: 3-2 vs. Rayo VallecanoW: 2-1 vs. BarcelonaW: 3-0 vs. VillarrealW: 2-1 vs. SevillaW: 5-1 vs.
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