Valencia vs Real Madrid 2023/24: Team news, predicted line-ups & kick off time

Real Madrid will be looking for their second win on the bounce when they face Valencia at the Mestalla on Saturday night.

Los Blancos are currently top of the league table, six points clear of second-placed Girona. Valencia are currently ninth in the league standings, trailing sixth-placed Real Betis by six points in the race for European qualification.

Here’s everything you need to know about the clash.

Team news

Carlo Ancelotti will be without the services of Thibaut Courtois, Eder Militão & David Alaba who are all nursing long-term injuries.

Both Jude Bellingham and Joselu are back in the squad after recovering from their injuries. Camavinga and Carvajal are also back in the squad after serving their one game suspension against Sevilla last weekend.

As for Valencia, both Thierry Correia and Diego Lopez will miss out through injury.

Predicted line-ups

Real Madrid (4-3-1-2):

Lunin

Carvajal — Rüdiger — Tchouaméni — Mendy

Valverde — Kroos — Camavinga

Bellingham

Rodrygo — Vinicius

Valencia (4-4-2):

Mamardashvili

Foulquier — Diakhaby — Mosquera — Gaya

Perez — Pepelu — Guillamon — Guerra

Duro — Yaremchuk

Head-to-head results (Last Five Games)

Valencia: 1 Win
Draws: 0
Real Madrid: 4 Wins

Last meeting: Real Madrid 5-1 Valencia.

Kick-off time

Real Madrid travel away to Valencia on Saturday with kick-off scheduled at 21:00 CET.

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