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Real Madrid should be able to hold on at a fanless Anfield

Real Madrid appear to be favorites to progress to the UCL semifinals ahead of Liverpool as they visit Anfield on Wednesday night for the second leg of the quarterfinal clash between the two sides, and rightfully so. Liverpool have not been at the top of their game in recent weeks although they're beginning to bounce back in the Premier League with 3 wins in their last 3 games. It can be recalled that Los Blancos thrashed the Reds 3:1 in the first leg at the Alfredo Di Stefano Stadium and will be coming to Anfield to consolidate on their victory. However, they should also have learned a thing or two from sides who visit Anfield with a healthy advantage only to end up battered and see their deficit overturned eventually in stunning fashion. CHECK OUT OUR FREE FOOTBALL PREDICTIONS...
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It seems Los Blancos want to play in the Europa League

The 2020/21 UEFA Champions League hasn't been fun for Zinedine Zidane and Real Madrid. The La Liga giants haven't impressed as expected and are now in danger of being ousted from Europe's elite competition to the Europa League. What a sight this would be if it eventually materializes. When the group draws for this season's UEFA Champions League were done, only a few would have seen Los Blancos struggling to make it to the next stage of the competition. Considering opponents in the group, most would have tipped either Inter Milan or Borussia Monchengladbach to give them some trouble. Sadly, Shakhtar Donestk entered the fray. After matchday 5 of the UEFA Champions League, all four teams in the group are in danger of not making it past the group stage and none of them has been elimin...

We have an eventful La Liga title race in our hands

The Spanish La Liga has been eventful thus far in the ongoing 2019/20 season and has produced a competitive title race where the contenders are at the necks of each other for the trophy. This hasn't been the case for a while now and is a welcome development. Although the title race is unsurprisingly between the two top dogs in Spanish club football, namely Real Madrid and Barcelona, the race is getting fiercer, even after the game's return from lockdown. The two sides are showing stuff of champions and are grinding out the needed results even when their performances have not been top-notch. Quique Setien's Barcelona currently lead La Liga with 3 points after grinding out a 1 nil result against Athletic Bilbao at the Nou Camp on Tuesday. However, Real Madrid have a game in hand aga...