Real Madrid travels to Valencia this Sunday without forgetting the classic that will appear just 72 hours later. The noise of the Camp Nou match sneaks on the eve of the Mestalla match. It is inevitable, especially because of the threat that looms over the clash in the form of independence movements around the stadium or possible field invasions. "We don't even talk about it in the locker room. We only think of Valencia," Zinedine Zidane repeated over and over again.
Nor has he complained about the 30 hours that Barcelona will have extra rest compared to his team. The Catalans play this Saturday at 4:00 p.m. in San Sebastian and Madrid on Sunday at 9:00 p.m. in Valencia: "It's the League that sets the schedules, and we have to respect it. We can't do anything."
Zidane's plans for the two major exams that come to him are not at all clear. From the left side, where Militao could play in Mestalla, to the attack front and, above all, the center of the field, with Casemiro's great doubt. The Brazilian sanction is threatened, if he sees one more yellow. What would mean his loss in the classic. Will your coach risk it with him or give him rest to have you safe in Barcelona?
"I only think about tomorrow's game. If I think about Wednesday, I'm wrong," ZZ says. The body asks him to put his undisputed pivot against Valencia. Trust that the Brazilian knows how to measure.
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