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Real Madrid vs RCD Mallorca: Match Preview | La Liga 2021/22


Real Madrid are poised for yet another turn of event at the Santiago Bernabeu when they face RCD Mallorca on Wednesday night.

The Los Blancos are one of six teams yet to taste defeat in the 2021/22 Spanish La Liga season, after a bright start to the campaign.

Madrid has won four out of five league games they have been involved in this season, playing out a 3-3 draw with Levante in their second game.

Carlo Ancelotti’s men have taken 13 points from 15 available and will look to keep their great start to the season when they host Mallorca.

Mallorca on the other hand have suffered one defeat to their league season this campaign, losing 2-0 to Athletic Bilbao on match-day four.

The team responded quite well to defeat, holding Villarreal to a goalless draw over the weekend.

Mallorca’s last win at the Santiago Bernabeu came during the 2008/09 season, beating Madrid by three goals to one in the 37th league game of that campaign.

Luis Garcia will come up against Ancelotti once again looking to record his first win against the Italian, who he has already lost twice to in his managerial career.

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Venue: Santiago Bernabeu.
Date: Wednesday, September 22.
Time: 20:00 GMT.


Dani Carvajal’s absence now means that Lucas Vazquez could move back into the right-back position in midweek to fill the void while Nacho Fernandez could be an option to bank on. Gareth Bale, Ferland Mendy, Marcelo, and Toni Kroos are out of the encounter while Mariano Diaz is huge doubt.

For Mallorca, Antonio Raillo, Angel Rodriguez, and Aleksandar Sedlar will be on the sidelines through injuries same as Franco Russo. Pablo Maffeo and Inigo Ruiz De Galarreta are also doubtful for the game.


Madrid: Courtois; Carvajal, Alaba, Militao, Nacho; Valverde, Casemiro, Modric; Vinicius, Benzema, Hazard.

Mallorca: Reina; Maffeo, Valjent, Olivan, Costa; Kubo, Sevilla, Baba, Lee; Nino, Rodriguez.


Real Madrid 3-0 RCD Mallorca


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