Real Madrid vs Osasuna LaLiga Live Football Score 1 May 2021
Real Madrid host Osasuna this Saturday and will have yet another chance to compete for the 2020-2021 La Liga title until the very last week of the season. Unfortunately for them, coach Zinedine Zidane will be forced to think about keeping his veterans and starters fresh for Wednesday’s clash against Chelsea in Stamford Bridge, which is followed by another tough and decisive match against Sevilla.
Real Madrid predicted XI: Courtois, Odriozola, Varane, Militao, Marcelo, Casemiro, Blanco, Isco, Asensio, Hazard, Benzema.
Osasuna predicted XI: Herrera, Vidal, Hernandez, Garcia, Sanchez, Moncayola, Brasanac, Torro, Barja, Garcia, Budimir.
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Time: 21:00 CET (local time), 03:00pm EST.
Venue: Estadio Alfredo Di Stefano, Madrid, Spain.
Available TV: BeIN Sports (USA), Movistar La Liga (Spain)
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Osasuna have been a mediocre team this season and will fight to avoid relegation until the end. At the same time, that means that they will be desperate for a good result, so they will play as hard as they can. Real Madrid have the tools to win the game even if they rotate the squad, but they will have to play with composure.
Real Madrid played against Osasuna in 2 matches this season. Currently, Real Madrid rank 2nd, while Osasuna hold 11th position. Looking to compare the best-rated player on both teams? rating system assigns each player a specific rating based on numerous data factors.
eal Madrid will be bidding to return to winning ways in La Liga when they welcome Osasuna to the Alfredo Di Stefano Stadium on Saturday night. Los Blancos, who drew 0-0 with Real Betis last weekend, currently occupy second spot in the table, two points behind leaders Atletico Madrid, while Osasuna sit in 11th position in the division.
Real Madrid are unbeaten in La Liga since the end of January, but two draws from their last three matches has prevented them from moving to the top of the division entering the final straight. As it stands, Zinedine Zidane’s side are second in the table, level on points with third-placed Barcelona, while they are two points behind leaders Atletico, who have also played 33 matches.
Barca will have the chance to move to the top of the division when they face Granada on Thursday evening, while Atletico are also in action before Real Madrid, with Diego Simeone’s side facing Elche on Saturday afternoon, meaning that a lot could change before the time this fixture kicks off. The title race in Spain’s top flight is absolutely fascinating, with Sevilla also very much involved, and the reigning champions have drawn with Getafe and Real Betis in two of their last three league matches.
Zidane’s team will enter this match off the back of a 1-1 draw with Chelsea in the first leg of their Champions League semi-final, meanwhile, with Karim Benzema cancelling out an early effort from Christian Pulisic, leaving the tie delicately poised ahead of the return game at Stamford Bridge next week. Osasuna, meanwhile, will enter this weekend’s match off the back of a 2-1 defeat at Celta Vigo on Sunday, which ended a three-game winning run in Spain’s top flight.
Los Rojillos have won 10, drawn 10 and lost 13 of their 33 league matches this season to collect 40 points, which has left them in 11th position in the division. Jagoba Arrasate’s side are only two points behind eighth-placed Granada, and they will be looking to improve on last season, when they claimed 10th on their return to this level of football.
Osasuna have won four, drawn five and lost seven of their 16 away La Liga matches this term, which is a relatively strong record, but they have not beaten Real Madrid either home or away in Spain’s top flight since January 2011, and Los Blancos ran out 2-0 winners in the corresponding match last season.