Real Madrid welcome Granada to the Santago Bernabeu in the hopes of going top of La Liga for a few hours.
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2014 has been a good year for Real Madrid. Los Blancos have recorded 6 consecutive wins and 6 consecutive clean sheets. This form has been Madrid cut a 4 point deficit and join Atletico Madrid and Barcelona at the top of the table.
Manager Carlo Ancelotti has no fresh injury or suspension concerns ahead of the match. He is expected to recall goalkeeper Diego Lopez in place of Iker Casillas. Daniel Carvajal and Xabi Alonso could also return to the side after both were rested for the cup win over Espanyol.
Granada have proved stern opposition for La Liga opponents this season, with Lucas Alcaraz’s men losing on just three occasions on their travels in the league. Indeed, four of the seven Liga victories Granada have secured this term have come away from the Estadio Nuevo Los Carmenes.
Granada coach Lucas Alcaraz could decide to bring Diego Buonanotte and Dani Benitez back into the side.
Possible starting lineups
Real Madrid: Lopez; Carvajal, Pepe, Sergio Ramos, Marcelo; Alonso, Modric, Di Maria; Bale, Benzema, Ronaldo
Granada: Roberto; Angulo, Mainz, Murillo, Nyom; Buonanotte, Rico, Recio, Brahimi; Piti, El Arabi