Real Madrid are entering the new season with many changes when they no longer stars Ronaldo shining but also talented coach Zidane. If you miss the game in the European Super Cup against Atletico Madrid, fans can be relieved that Real Madrid is adapting to the changes mentioned above. In particular, the new coach Lopetegui's team had a better start with two opening La Liga victories. To say that, in the two games mentioned above, the Royal team has somewhat shown that they are no longer too dependent on Ronaldo to get 6 goals.
Back to the third round, Real Madrid will be back to the Bernabeu home and not too surprised if they have a win to strengthen the first. Need to know, their opponents are just not the same level Leganes. After two rounds, Leganes struggled to win only one draw and one defeat. Note, they also own the poor form of the field when losing to 9 away from the official home.
Leganes have a point from the draw before Sociedad. Before joining the Bernabeu, they lost all of their last eight trips to La Liga. On every front, Leganes won 2, lost 4, lost 14 in the last 20 games.
Real Madrid are highly rated on the trading floor, expressed through the "two break". Looking at the current relationship, it is likely that teacher Julen Lopetegui will continue to torment poor neighbors, thereby bringing joy to the tune from the world's most populous continent.
Six out of seven recent confrontations. The last 17/20 games of Real have similar results. Leganes's recent 2 games have scored at least 3 goals.
Real Madrid: Jesús Vallejo (injury).
Leganes: Alexander Szymanowski (injury); Unai Bustinza, Raul Garcia (not sure).