Club football has stopped for a couple of weeks due to the international break when most of the players will be in action for their respective countries.
Real Madrid, who are bidding to win the league title this season, are set to return to action on November 26th when they meet Cadiz, with the La Liga clash available to watch through football streams.
After remaining at the top of the league table for several weeks, Carlo Ancelotti’s side slipped down to second following a frustrating goalless draw at Rayo Vallecano.
They have since bounced back with an emphatic 5-1 success against Valencia but find themselves two points behind leaders Girona, whose excellent run of form have shocked everyone.
Real are also aiming for Champions League success after their last European campaign was ended at the semi-final stage by Manchester City.
Below we look at their five matches after the international break.
1- Cadiz vs Real Madrid (Sunday, November 26th)
Real Madrid will meet Cadiz in their first La Liga game following the international break. The league strugglers have been winless in the Spanish top-flight since their 3-1 success over Villarreal back in September.
2- Real Madrid vs Napoli (Wednesday, November 29th)
Carlo Ancelotti’s side have already secured progress to the Champions League knockouts, but they will be looking to maintain a 100 percent record when they host Napoli at the end of this month.
3- Real Madrid vs Granada (Saturday, December 2nd)
Granada have had a miserable start to the 2023-24 campaign, picking up just seven points from their opening 13 games. Real will relish the prospect of facing the 19th-ranked team at the Santiago Bernabeu.
4- Real Betis vs Real Madrid (Saturday, December 9th)
Real Betis headed to the international break after a battling 1-1 draw at Sevilla. Manuel Pellegrini’s men boast an impressive home record and the Los Blancos are expected to face a tough competition at the Benito Villamarín in December.
5- Union Berlin vs Real Madrid (Tuesday, December 12th)
Union Berlin can no longer hope to reach the Champions League knockouts after registering just a single point from their first four matches. But they can still qualify for the Europa League.
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