Football NewsReal Madrid will face Sevilla without Gareth Bale and Sergio Ramos
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Real Madrid will face Sevilla in La Liga on Saturday evening. The new champions of Supercopa are back in Spain with new injured players.


Sergio Ramos has an injury and can’t play against Sevilla

As you may know, Sergio Ramos is the former player of Sevilla. He started a professional career from Sevilla as he was born in that city. Real Madrid’s captain can’t play against Sevilla this time. He got the injury against Atletico Madrid. In spite of the pain, Sergio Ramos decided to play the match until the last minute. Keep in mind that Sergio Ramos could score the winning penalty and get the trophy for Los Blancos.

Along with Sergio Ramos, Gareth Bale has an injury. Welsh player got the injury in the first match of the year. Bale was not able to train with the leading team after the squad returned from Jeddah. At the same time, Asensio and Eden Hazard are back on the field.

Eden Hazard is training hard to recover faster. He is already training with the ball but couldn’t join the main squad. Asensio is also working hard but in the gym. On Tuesday, Spanish midfielder was training on the field, but it was a small jogging, nothing special. Eden Hazard will be back in February while Asensio could be back in action from the middle of April.

Sevilla will play without injured players

As you may know, Sevilla is in a perfect run. The team has no injured player as Julen Lopetegui is doing a good job. Julen said that only player missing against Real Madrid would be Lucas Ocampos. He will be absent because of yellow cards. Lucas Ocampos playing an important role in the first round match against Real Madrid. Los Blancos won the first-round match. The only goal from Toni Kroos was enough for Merengues to win the game.

It was the first time when Zidane and Julen Lopetegui faced each other. It was a crucial match for Los Blancos, and the club could easily win it. Lucas Ocampos was one of the best players on the field, but he can’t play tomorrow at Bernabeu.