Spanish La Liga
Leganes vs Real Madrid
8:00pm Monday 15th April
Real Madrid jaunt faces Leganes in La Liga on Mon, a match that Los Blancos can look to realize all 3 points so as to stay pace with the highest 2.
Zinedine Zidane’s aspect head into the sport a walloping fourteen points adrift of leaders Barcelona and well displaced from the title race,
but will shut the gap to native rivals Atletico Madrid in second to only 2 points with a win at the Estadio Municipal DE Butarque.
Madrid are within the thick of an uneven recent run of type, having won one and lost one in their last 2 outings,
and with Los Blancos nevertheless, to essentially hit prime type beneath Zidane, conclusion on Mon might be a much-needed boost.
Leganes have choice problems in each defense and attack. Centre back couple Ezequiel Munoz and Kenneth Omeruo stay absent with a groin downside and a muscle injury severally.
Forwards Alexander Szymanowski and Youssef En-Nesyri also are set to miss Monday’s clash against the eu champions.
Madrid captain Sergio Ramos is ready to miss out on the sport on Mon thanks to a primary grade injury to his left calf that is ready to stay the Spaniard out for up to 3 weeks.
Meanwhile, goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois is additionally possible to stay absent with a knock that has forced the Belgian to miss every of the last 3 games,
whilst defender Dani Carvajal and forward Vinicius Junior stay long-run absentees.
Head to Head Record Leganes vs Real Madrid
Leganes are unbeaten in their last three games and are enjoying a solid season which has seen Mauricio Pellegrino’s side rise to 12th in La Liga ahead of Monday’s clash,
and can take further encouragement ahead of their clash with Madrid from the previous encounter between the two.
A 1-0 victory in the last meeting with Los Blancos in January was not enough for Leganes to advance from the last 16 of the Copa del Rey, as Madrid won the tie 3-1 on aggregate,
but it proved that Pellegrino’s side is capable of beating the European champions on home soil.
However, Madrid has won all of the other four of the last five meetings between the two sides and will be confident of a positive result once more with Zidane now at the helm.
Where to Watch Leganes vs Real Madrid
When Is Kick Off? Monday 15 April
What Time Is Kick Off? 20:00 (BST)
Where Is it Played? Estadio Municipal de Butarque
TV Channel/Live Stream? Eleven Sports 1