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Real Madrid announce squad list to take on Cadiz & potential lineup



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Real Madrid stand a chance to secure the league title tomorrow as they lock horns with Cadiz at Santiago Bernabeu.

The Spanish giants can claim the league title if they secure a win over Cadiz and Barcelona fail to secure points against Girona.

Real Madrid squad list vs Cadiz

Heading into this game, Real Madrid have announced their squad list that will take on Cadiz tomorrow afternoon.

To no one’s surprise, Thibaut Courtois makes the squad and is poised to start in between the sticks, as confirmed by Carlo Ancelotti in the pre-match presser.

Ancelotti also confirmed a start for Eder Militao, who is likely to partner Nacho Fernandez at the heart of the four-man backline.

Antonio Rudiger is also a part of the squad but is likely to be rested against Cadiz. The same stands for Dani Carvajal and Ferland Mendy, both of whom could make way for Lucas Vazquez and Fran Garcia respectively.

Moving into midfield, Ancelotti could opt for a double-pivot, with Aurelien Tchouameni partnering the experienced Luka Modric.

Modric’s energy is likely to be preserved in the second half, whereas the likes of Toni Kroos, Eduardo Camavinga and Federico Valverde could be rested altogether.

Moving on, Jude Bellingham is confirmed fit heading into this battle. But he is unlikely to start as he makes way for Brahim Diaz in the number ten position.

Diaz is likely to be accompanied by Arda Guler and Dani Ceballs on the flanks, meaning both Vinicius and Rodrygo could be rested as well.

Finally, the Real Madrid frontline should be led by Joselu, who will look to make an impression against Cadiz and extend his scoring tally for the season.

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Official: Real Madrid squad list announced for Real Betis clash



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Real Madrid will face off against Real Betis in their final La Liga encounter of the 2023/24 season tomorrow at the Santiago Bernabeu.

Having already been crowned the champions of Spain, Los Blancos will use this game as final preparation for the big one – the UEFA Champions League final against Borussia Dortmund on June 1.

It will also be the final home game for Real Madrid legend Toni Kroos, who will be retiring this summer.

The German international has been named in the squad list and will get his chance to say goodbye to the Santiago Bernabeu faithful tomorrow.

Nacho Fernandez might also be playing his final game at the home of Real Madrid with his contract expiring at the end of the season and no renewal discussed.

Kepa Arrizabalaga, who will return to Chelsea after his loan spell, may also feature while youngster Mario Martin could get minutes in a third successive match.

David Alaba and Aurelien Tchouameni are the only two absentees for Real Madrid, with the pair set to miss the UCL final as well.

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