Real Madrid 12-4-3, Levante 5-8-6
1/30/21 10:15 am
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Real Madrid is hosting Levante at Estadio Alfredo di Stefano in round 21 in the Spanish LaLiga.
Real Madrid was on a 3-game streak without a win, but they got out of that slump with a nice win against Alaves last weekend. Real Madrid has had 61% of ball possession in that game, 7 shots on goal, 4 corner kicks, 3 big chances created, and a high 89% of the correct passes. Real was outstanding in the attacking end in this game, and they have scored 3 goals in the first half and added 1 more goal in the second half. Real Madrid has won this match 1-4. The good news for Real Madrid is that Hazard has finally scored a goal and added an assist. With 40 points, Real Madrid is in 2nd place, and they have scored 34 goals while conceding 16 goals. Benzema has scored 10 goals and added 5 assists for Real Madrid, while Casemiro added 4 goals. Rodrygo, Nacho, Ramos, and Valverde are all injured for Real Madrid at this time. Real has a decent schedule ahead of them in LaLiga, and this is the opportunity for them to brush their form because they are playing in the Champions League in less than a month against Atalanta, and it will not be easy.
Levante is having a solid season, and they haven’t won any of their last 6 games, including their Copa del Rey game against Valladolid just a few days ago. In their last 2 LaLiga games, Levante has scored and conceded 4 goals, and both games ended in a 2-2 draw. In their latest LaLiga game, Levante was hosting Valladolid, and they have had 58% of ball possession, 3 shots on goal, 8 corner kicks, 1 big chance created, and a decent 83% of the correct passes. The first half of this game was slow, but the second half was outstanding. Levante got ahead in the 62nd minute, but Valladolid quickly turned the score around. In the 83rd minute, Levante has tied the score, and the game ended in a 2-2 draw. Levante is in 12th place in LaLiga with 23 points, 27 scored goals, and 28 conceded goals, and I don’t think Levante will have any problems staying in LaLiga. Roger Marti is the leading goalscorer for Levante with 8 goals, while Morales added 7 goals. De Frutos has added 5 assists. Doukoure is injured, while Pier and Vukcevic are both still questionable. The schedule is not getting any easier for Levante, but they are safe at the moment.
Levante has won only 1 game on the road so far this season, and the trends are on Real’s side. Levante has had very little success against Real Madrid on the road, and I think it will stay that way. Real has to keep winning to stay in good form, and Levante is the perfect opponent to do so.