Numancia vs. Real Madrid

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Numancia vs. Real Madrid

 

Numancia vs. Real Madrid Live 2018

Numancia vs. Real MadridSchedule
Spanish Copa del Rey 2018
Burnley vs. Liverpool Live
Date : Thursday, January 4, 2018
Start Time: 3:00p ET
Live/Repeat:Live

Real Madrid’s first game of 2018 is the first leg of their Copa del Rey matchup against Spanish Segunda Division’s Numancia. The Soria based side is currently sitting fifth in league play, and should be another chance for Real Madrid to rotate their squad at the start of the new year.

Numancia are in pretty good form despite sitting fifth in the Segunda Division. They haven’t lost a game in their last five in all competitions, making for at the very least a team in good form that can potentially make things tough for Real in the opening minutes of the game.

This is Real Madrid’s first game since the 3-0 El Classico loss to Barcelona, and a chance to start the new year on a good note. Getting younger players and players the likes of Gareth Bale more minutes returning from injury can help to build towards the start of more positive results.

Given the side will likely be relying on their squad players in this instance, it’s important they put Real in a strong position in the tie and prove their worth as they have so often done in the past for Zidane.

Numancia will have to travel to the Bernabeu for the return leg on January 10—which does afford Los Blancos a little room for error on Thursday—but having to rectify a poor result is a hassle Real can do without as they look to reignite their season.