On Sunday evening, Cadiz host Real Madrid at the Estadio Nuevo Mirandilla as the visitors look to continue their recent decent form in La Liga.Cadiz form guide
The Yellow Submarine are currently in 16th place in the Spanish top-flight table, three points clear of the relegation zone.
A 1-0 defeat at Getafe last time out continued their poor recent league form, as they have now failed to win in eight league games, having lost four of their previous five outings in La Liga.
The game last time out saw Cadiz fail to score for the third time in four outings in the Spanish top flight. That may not be a massive surprise as the home team is the lowest-scoring team in La Liga this season.
Cadiz has a mixed recent home record in the Spanish top-flight, as although they have won just once in five league games, they have also suffered just one home defeat in nine La Liga matches on home soil.Real Madrid form guide
Carlo Ancelotti’s team is currently in second place in the Spanish top-flight table, two points adrift of surprise league leaders Girona at the top of La Liga.
Los Blancos recorded a 5-1 home win over Valencia last time out in La Liga. The victory means that the visitors haven’t been beaten in seven league matches, having recorded five victories and two draws.
The men from Madrid have been relatively prolific in La Liga lately, scoring at least two goals in seven of their previous ten matches.
Real Madrid have also been strong on their travels of late in the Spanish top-flight, having won six of their previous eight league outings.What am I backing?
Real Madrid will be full of confidence after their 5-1 win over Valencia before the international break. I can see Los Blancos recording a relatively comfortable victory.