Match Time：8/28/2017 04:15 Monday (GMT+8)
Real Madrid: Oiled football machine ( Recent Form: W W W W W )
Real Madrid has already shown a ruthless football machine last season, and this year the football year has again been excellent. The Royal has already won two prizes in this season with the European Supercup and the Spanish Supercopa, and last week in the first league of the Primera Division also failed to impress Deportivo La Coruna: 0-3. Some smiles were the red card for Sergio Ramos, who will be sitting next to Cristiano Ronaldo, who is also suspended on Sunday evening. Even without Cristiano Ronaldo, Real Madrid, with attackers like Isco, Asensio, Bale and Benzema, of course, still has plenty of firepower at home, while also Kroos, Modric and Casemiro midfielders have proved not to be foul of a goal. The losing of Sergio Ramos is a problem, because the intended replacement Nacho is clearly a class less. Besides, goalkeeper Navas is not a world top in my eyes and Varane just comes back from an injury. At the back of the eyes, the capitals are therefore vulnerable, even if Valencia's own house is of course no excuse. Navas is by no means a true penalty shooter because of the eight punishments he had fired in Real Madrid since his arrival, he stopped for four. That includes the last week's penalties penalty against Deportivo La Coruna.
Valencia: Los Che look carefully up again ( Recent Form: W W W L W )
The Mestalla has been transformed into a hot train chateau in recent years, but Marcelino did not deter himself and chose this adventure for Valencia this summer. Of course, the marriage between Marcelino and Valencia must be a golden edge, but the start is certainly promising. Last weekend, the team from the orange city won the first round of Las Palmas: 1-0. After a few seasons of disappointments, there is finally some confidence in Los Che. The fact that the atmosphere was good was clearly visible to goalkeeper Zaza, who even accompanied the Valencia supporters during the match. Marcelino was obviously delighted, but after all he did his best to temper the expectations: "I'm pleased with our work, but we're not long where we want to be." Valencia has a long way to go for recovery, but slowly but surely the team begins to show signs of the subtopper that it was several years ago. With purchases like Gabriel Paulista (Arsenal), Murillo and Kondogbia (both Inter), it has improved well on the transfer market. Marcelino: "Murillo and Gabriel both speak Spanish and know Spanish football. These are very important factors. " Still, it keeps on watching Valencia, because in recent years it was by far the biggest failure team of the entire Primera Division.
NOWGOAL BETTING VERDICT:
After all, Real Madrid is the tower-high favorite, but I see Valencia too. In just the last nine meetings, both teams scored and, as Sergio Ramos has to leave default because of a suspension, I also think that this opportunity is quite big. Real Madrid wins & BTS is my bet.
Nowgoal Pick: Both Teams To Score - Yes @ 1.70.
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