Eibar will face Real Madrid in their next La Liga on Saturday, here are details you need to know ahead of the must-win clash for Los Blancos.TEAM NEWS:EIBAR:
Ramos and Robert Correa are out of the clash for Eibar when they face Real Madrid due to injury and manager José Luis Mendilibar Etxebarria will not count on them for the encounter against Real Madrid, although Sergi Enrich and Pedro Leon are both pushing for starting roles having featured off the bench at the weekend.
Los Blancos still have injury worries as the likes of Gareth Bale due to calf injury, Fernando Nacho and Marco Arsensio are long terms absent for Real Madrid.Marco Asensio faces a battle to play again this season after suffering a serious knee injury during the team’s preparations for the 2019-20 campaign. A timeframe on his return has not yet been set by the club.Nacho could miss the rest of 2019 after picking up a knee injury during the recent Champions League clash with Club Brugge. The versatile defender’s return has been penciled in for the end of December.Gareth Bale picked up a calf problem during Wales’s Euro 2020 qualifier with Croatia last month, which has seen him miss Madrid’s last five matches in all competitions. The issue is not thought to be serious, but the attacker remains a doubt for this weekend’s La Liga contest.Marcelo had to be replaced during the first half of Wednesday’s clash with Galatasaray. Real Madrid is yet to provide an injury update, but the left-back has emerged as a doubt to face Eibar this weekend.
HEAD TO HEAD:
Real Madrid has won eight of their last 10 games against Eibar, the other two ended in a draw and defeat for Real Madrid.RECENT FORM:EIBAR:The home team has just two victories in their last six games, three ended in a defeat and one in a draw., they have not been in best of form over their last games.
Zinedine Zidane’s men are beginning to get back to their best form, they have put up a convincing performance since in their last six games, they won their four of their last six games, they suffered a defeat and a draw in the last two.
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