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Real Madrid v Levante 17th October 2015

Real Madrid v Levante 17th October 2015

Real Madrid v Levante 17th October 2015

Date: 17/10/2015     Time: 4:00 pm - 5:45 pm     Location: Santiago Bernabéu Stadium

 


Real Madrid v LevanteReal Madrid play Levante, a side that has surprised the top teams on many occasions. The Spanish season is now a good 7 weeks down the track, stoppages for Euro 2016 qualifying matches will have disrupted the flow of the domestic clubs, and much will depend on which of the top sides can maintain a consistent level of performance and bag points over this period. With the international breaks now over much, for Real Madrid’s head coach Rafa Benitez, much will depend on how and in what condition Madrid’s top stars return from their international duties.

Tops stars such as Benzema, Ronaldo, Bale, Modric and Kroos (not to mention Spanish stars like Ramos, Isco and Jesse) all have key parts to play in the respective countries’ progress towards the finals. Real Madrid v Levante is just the type of match where the whites of Madrid will have to be on their look-out just in case any of their stars return a bit jet-lagged. Levante have been known to make life difficult for the likes of Barcelona, Real Madrid and Atletico in the past few season.


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Conditions Regarding Seating For This Match

Last minute tickets are available for Real Madrid v Levante for groups at the prices stated on this page. However the following conditions apply:

Cat 1 Tickets and Cat 1 Premium would be seated together in groups of 2, 3 and possible 4.

Cat 2 Tickets: groups of 3 or 4 in “same section” and closely clustered, maybe but maybe not seated “together”.

Cat 3 Tickets: no guarantee of seated together.


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Real Madrid v Levante 17th October 2015
Date: 17/10/2015     Time: 4:00 pm - 5:45 pm     Location: Santiago Bernabéu Stadium

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Real Madrid v Levante

David Navarro

Levante Manager Lucas Alcaraz with aim to make life as difficult as possible for their hosts in intimidating atmosphere of the the 85,000 seater Bernabeu Stadium. His defensive and midfield lines will be all important as it is difficult to see Levante playing anything but a containment game, with hopes of a break-away goal against a still un-proven Madrid goal area defence. Last season’t match between these two teams ended in a creditable 2-0 defeat for Levante with Madrid’s galactico Bale keeping the hair out of his eyes long enough to score a double.

Alcaraz is lucky to have a player as skilled and experienced as former Valencia and Neuchatel centre back David Navarro, who will play alongside Juanfran, with Ruben Garcia Santos adding power in the centre of midfield.

We think: 3 points and a few goals for Madrid. Sorry Levante!

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