REAL Madrid are looking to build on their success after victory last time out against struggling Eibar.
But despite goals from Toni Kroos, Sergio Ramos and Marcelo, Zinedine Zidane was furious with his stars who failed to impress him in the 3-1 win.
Valencia sit at seventh in the league, however they are only four points away from securing a Champions League qualification place.
The visitors cannot afford to see any points lost against Los Blancos considering their 1-1 draw against Levante last week.
When is Real Madrid vs Valencia?
- Real Madrid vs Valencia takes place on Thursday, June 18.
- The match will kick off at 9pm UK time, that’s at 10pm over in Spain.
- Alfredo Di Stefano Stadium plays host for the game as the Bernabeau is still being used for COVID-19 relief efforts.
What live stream and TV channel is it on?
- All live games will be available on LaLigaTV to Sky TV customers
- The 24/7 news channel launched earlier this year by the league and its UK broadcast partner Premier Sports
How can I watch for free?
- There will be free coverage offered to non-sky subscribers through the Premier Player streaming service.
- The streaming service will provide live matches as well as exclusive daily programming.
- Sky subscribers will be able to activate the Premier Sports channel for free throughout June, but they will be charged a monthly fee of £5.99 from July.
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What is the team news?
Zidane will have to be without Mariano Diaz, Luka Jovic and Nacho as they all remained unavailable through injury.
Lucas Vasquez and Gareth Bale also remain a doubt for Real Madrid.
Valencia are still without Christiano Piccini, and centre-back duo Ezequiel Garay and Gabrial Paulista as they are recovering from injury at the sidelines.
Hazard has had a tricky run with a stop-start season with Real, however his assist against Eibar last weekend suggests he’s ready to get back on form.
Valencia’s Coquelin seems to be Valencia’s most competent midfielder and will be needed if Valencia want to beat Real and get closer to that CL qualification place.
- Madrid to win – 4/11
- Draw – 19/5
- Valenica to win – 7/1
- Both teams to score – 3/4
- Hazard to score two or more goals – 9/1
*All odds from Ladbrokes and correct at time of publication.