Lee, Kang In
Real Madrid actually lost when they last visited Son Moix in 2019. However, aside from that, los Blancos have won their last seven meetings with Mallorca, scoring 25 goals in these matches, including a 6-1 win in September.
Yet another famous Champions League night at Estadio Santiago Bernabéu.
Last Wednesday, Real Madrid welcomed Paris Saint-Germain to the Spanish capital for the second leg of their round of 16 clash.
It was all set to be PSG’s night when, having already won the first leg at home, Kylian Mbappé opened the scoring at Madrid.
But, what nobody but also somehow everybody saw coming simultaneously was a classic PSG collapse.
First, Karim Benzema halved the aggregate deficit, disposing the goalkeeper before turning home Vinícius Júnior’s pull-back.
Benzema then equalised in the 76th minute, set up by Luka Modrić, before completing his hat-trick just 11 seconds after PSG’s own kick off.
This saw the 13-times champions go through 3-2 over the two legs and they eagerly await Friday’s quarter-final and semi-final draw.
Back in La Liga, Carlo Ancelotti’s side boast a healthy eight-point lead at the start of the weekend having hammered Real Sociedad 4-1 last weekend.
Eduardo Camavinga and Modrić turning that one around with a pair of rockets before that man Benzema and Marco Asensio secured the win.
With El Clásico coming up on Sunday night, will Real Madrid maintain their 15-point lead over their biggest rivals in Palma?
RCD Mallorca meanwhile desperately need points if they want to be welcoming Real Madrid, Barça and the rest to the Balearic Islands next season.
Luis García Plaza’s side scored three times last weekend but still contrived to lose, going down 4-3 to Celta de Vigo at Balaídos.
Salva Sevilla appeared to snatch a point with an 87th minute spot-kick, only for Celta to win it with a 97th minute penalty of their own.
This means Mallorca have now lost four successive league games after their mini-revival in which they beat Cádiz and then Athletic back-to-back.
Los Bermellones start the weekend 16th, two clear of danger, but could kick off in the drop zone as this is the Monday night fixture.
Will Real Madrid leave Son Moix with all three points?
Mallorca team news
Manolo Reina won’t be involved here as, despite being an unused substitute at Balaídos, he was sent off last weekend.
This matters little as Sergio Rico is the number one goalkeeper.
Takefusa Kubo scored Mallorca’s last winning goal exactly four weeks ago but can’t feature against his parent club here.
So, Vedat Muriqi’s strike partner is likely to be Ángel Rodríguez with Fer Niño, Matthew Hoppe and Kang-in Lee seemingly out of favour.
Real Madrid team news
Firstly, Casemiro and Ferland Mendy, who missed last Tuesday’s tie suspended, will both come straight back in here.
Nacho will therefore lose his place at left-back; he and David Alaba actually switched positions in the second half against PSG, something one doesn’t see too often.
In midfield, Eduardo Camavinga goal against Real Sociedad and cameo in the Champions League could earn him a very rare start in La Liga.
Toni Kroos, who isn’t 100% fit, could be rested for the weekend’s match with Fede Valverde also missing out.
Marco Asensio will continue on the right-wing, chosen over Rodrygo, Gareth Bale, Eden Hazard or Isco.
CA Osasuna vs RCD Mallorca - 0:2
RCD Mallorca vs Rayo Vallecano - 2:1
Sevilla FC vs RCD Mallorca - 0:0
RCD Mallorca vs Granada CF - 2:6
FC Barcelona vs RCD Mallorca - 2:1
|Latest match form, last 5 games:||
Liverpool FC vs Real Madrid - 0:1
Real Madrid vs Real Betis Seville - 0:0
Cadiz CF vs Real Madrid - 1:1
Real Madrid vs Levante UD - 6:0
Atletico Madrid vs Real Madrid - 1:0
|May 22, 2022||LaLiga 21/22||CA Osasuna||0 - 2||RCD Mallorca|
|May 15, 2022||LaLiga 21/22||RCD Mallorca||2 - 1||Rayo Vallecano|
|May 11, 2022||LaLiga 21/22||Sevilla FC||0 - 0||RCD Mallorca|
|May 7, 2022||LaLiga 21/22||RCD Mallorca||2 - 6||Granada CF|
|May 1, 2022||LaLiga 21/22||FC Barcelona||2 - 1||RCD Mallorca|
|May 28, 2022||UEFA Champions League 21/22||Liverpool FC||0 - 1||Real Madrid|
|May 20, 2022||LaLiga 21/22||Real Madrid||0 - 0||Real Betis Seville|
|May 15, 2022||LaLiga 21/22||Cadiz CF||1 - 1||Real Madrid|
|May 12, 2022||LaLiga 21/22||Real Madrid||6 - 0||Levante UD|
|May 8, 2022||LaLiga 21/22||Atletico Madrid||1 - 0||Real Madrid|
|RCD Mallorca||Real Madrid|
|129||Shots on goal||247|
|154||Shots off goal||231|
|45%||Average ball possession||58%|
|3||Shots on post||5|
|4||Shots on bar||7|
|25||Goals by foot||71|
|8||Goals by head||9|
|RCD Mallorca||Real Madrid|
|1.05||Average Goals Scored||2.05|
|March 14, 2022||LaLiga 21/22||RCD Mallorca||0 - 3||Real Madrid|
|September 22, 2021||LaLiga 21/22||Real Madrid||6 - 1||RCD Mallorca|
|June 24, 2020||LaLiga 19/20||Real Madrid||2 - 0||RCD Mallorca|
|October 19, 2019||LaLiga 19/20||RCD Mallorca||1 - 0||Real Madrid|
|March 16, 2013||Primera Division 12/13||Real Madrid||5 - 2||RCD Mallorca|
La Liga table:
|11||RC Celta de Vigo||0||0||0||0||0||0||0||0|
|13||Real Betis Seville||0||0||0||0||0||0||0||0|
|15||Real Sociedad San Sebastian||0||0||0||0||0||0||0||0|
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What time is kick off between RCD Mallorca vs Real Madrid?
20:00, Monday 14 March 2022