Real Madrid – Granada: Lineups, schedule and where to watch the LaLiga match EA Sports

Duel of totally opposite dynamics. The Bernabéu will host two teams that live in completely antagonistic positions, both in results and in game. Real Madrid, leader of the League and classified for the round of 16 of the Champions League as first in the group after beating Naples 4-2 this Wednesday, receives a Grenade in free fall that has not expired since August 26 (3-2 to Mallorca).

Madrid, launched

Ancelotti’s team more than fulfilled their expectations in the group stage of the Champions League and are now focusing on the League, where they are tied first on points with ‘SuperGirona’ (ahead due to direct confrontation, 0-3). The merengue team so He has only punctured in 3 of the 19 games this seasonand at home they have barely left two points in the League (0-0 against Rayo).

Granada, second worst visitor

At the Bernabéu, except for the setback against the Vallecanos, the numbers are more than respectable: 6 games, 5 wins, 1 draw, 15 goals for and 3 against. Figures that are logically far from those harvested by the people of Granada outside of Los Cármenes: 1 point out of 21, 6 defeats in 7 games, 8 goals for and 18 against.

1974: the only Nasrid victory at the Bernabéu

Furthermore, the Nasrids do not have good memories of the Bernabéu… have lost in their last 9 visits, conceding several goals in many of these matches, although recently they have fallen with honor (1-0 and 2-0). The last and Granada’s only victory at the Bernabéu was on January 20, 1974a season in the history of this club, which even finished ahead of the whites in the League (sixth, and Madrid eighth)

The Andalusian team, on the other hand, will look for a change in dynamics, game and results after dismissing Paco López and incorporating Alexander Medina.

Possible lineups for Real Madrid and Girona

  • real Madrid: Lunin, Mendy, Alaba, Rüdiger, Carvajal, Valverde, Kroos, Ceballos, Bellingham, Rodrygo and Brahim.
  • Grenade: Ferreira, Manafá, Miquel, Torrent, Neva, Melendo, Gumbau, Villar, Álvaro Fernández, Uzuni and Boyé.

The confirmed casualties for this match are Courtois, Militao, Kepa, Camavinga, Güler, Vinicius, Tchouaméni and Modric in Madrid; Jesús Vallejo and Miguel Rubio will not be in Granada.

Schedule and where to watch the game

The match on matchday 15 of the League between Real Madrid and Granada will be disputed Saturday, December 2 at 6:30 p.m. in Santiago Bernabeu and you can follow the narration of the match live on the Antena 3 Deportes websitewith the previous one, the elevens, the result and the chronicle.

Source: Antena3

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