Real Madrid vs Mallorca Live Stream and Highlights
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Date: March 16, 2013; Time: 7:00 PM UTC;
Venue: Estadio Santiago Bernabéu — Madrid.
Mourinho’s team will try to become a little closer to Barcelona. Los Blancos goes above Atletico Madrid in La Liga table after their win at Celta Vigo last weekend.
Real Madrid goes 2nd in La Liga table with 58 points from 27 played games, having 18 wins, 4 draws and 5 defeats so far this season. Los Merengues are unbeaten in their last five games. Their present form has seen 5 straight wins from last five games. Last five home matches Los Blancos have finished with 2 draws and 3 wins. Their best striker Cristiano Ronaldo scored 26 goals in 26 La Liga appearances. Real Madrid have a 6 games winning run in all competitions and are undefeated 36 matches at the Santiago Bernabeu.
Mallorca stands 18th in the Primera Division league table with 24 points from 27 games, winning 6, drawing 6 and losing 15 so fat this season. Their present form has seen 2 wins, 1 draw and 2 losses in their last five games. Their last five away matches have finished with 4 straight losses and 1 win. Best striker Tomer Hemed has scored 8 goals in 27 appearances. Mallorca have beaten Sevilla with the score 2-1 last weekend.
Real Madrid def Sergio Ramos has recovered from a shoulder injury and is expected from the first minutes. Angel Di Maria is out due to a hamstring problem. Iker Casillas is still sidelined.
For Mallorca 2 Midfielders Jose Luis Marti and Javi Marquez will miss this game through suspensions. Michael Pereira returns after a one-match ban. On-loan player Pedro Geromel has recovered from a hamstring injury and could play alongside Jose Nunes in the centre of defence.
Real Madrid line-up: Diego López, Arbeloa, R. Varane, Sergio Ramos, Fábio Coentrão, S. Khedira, Xabi Alonso, José Callejón, M. Özil, Cristiano Ronaldo, K. Benzema.
Last three matches:
Celta 1 – Real Madrid CF 2;
Man Utd. 1 – Real Madrid CF 2;
Real Madrid CF 2 – FC Barcelona 1.
Mallorca line-up: D. Aouate, A. Hutton, Pedro Geromel, Jose Nunes, Luna, Pina, Fontàs, F. Tissone, Alfaro, • G. dos Santos, • Víctor.
Last three matches:
Mallorca 2 – Sevilla 1;
Granada 1 – Mallorca 2;
Mallorca 1 – Getafe 3.