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 Real Madrid has resumed their La Liga campaign at the Alfredo Di Stefano Stadium when Deportivo Alaves travel to Madrid on Saturday.

The Whites arrive late to La Liga, but remain fourth with 1 point, while their Basque spectators are 15th with 10 points.

Zinedine Zidane's side tied the game 1-1 and then passed Villarreal with a 2-0 win over Inter Milan in the UEFA Champions League in midfield.

Eden Hazard opened the scoring in the seventh minute to give Real Madrid an early lead, and Arturo Vidal's red card made things easier for the Spanish champions in the half-hour.

Rodrigo lost to Lad Blancos for the first time at San Siro.

Deportivo Alavés made three straight draws in a thrilling 2-2 game against Valencia at Mendijoroza.

Jim Navarro and Lucas Pérez led El Glorioso 2-0 in minute 1. The return of the second half saw Valencia make it 2-2 in minute eleven, and Chelsea got two golden opportunities to win the game through injury.

Real Madrid vs. Deportivo Alavés head to head

Last season, Madrid had a double against Alavés, a 2-1 victory over Mendizoza before a 2-0 victory over Estadio Alfredo di Stefano in June this year.

Real Madrid form guide: W-W-L-D-W

Finca Deportivo Alaves Guide: L-W-D-D-D

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Sergio Ramos will miss the match, joining the Valverde Federation Side. Eder Militao returns to training and if Zinedine Zidane plays a change, he could start with a dance in defense.

Karim Benzema remains in doubt, and with Luka Jovic still separated, Mariano Díaz could lead the line again. Álvaro Odrizola is a skeptic, so Danny Carvajal should start the defense with a chance for everyone like Marcelo, Isco, Vinicius Jr., and Marco Asensio.

Injuries: Federal Valverde, Sergio Ramos

COVID-19: Luka Jovic

Suspect: Karim Benzema, Alvaro Odrizola

Suspensions: None

Deportivo Alavés

Valencia winger Denis Cheryshev recently tested positive for coronavirus and appeared in the Alves' previous game before testing positive. At the moment there are clouds on the Basque side. Captain Manu Garcia has tested positive, with more tests ahead of the game.

Burgui and Pere Pans continue with the rehabilitation of the injuries. After Edgar Méndez returned from suspension, Pablo Masin could have directly drafted him back to the team, leaving Jota alone.

Injuries: Burgui, Pere Pans

COVID-19: Manu García

Suspect: None

Suspensions: None

Estimated line-up Real Madrid vs Deportivo Alavés

XI Real Madrid prediction (-3-3-)): Thabout Curtois (GK); Danny Carvajal, Nacho, Eder Militao, Farland Mendy; Martin Odegaard, Casmiro, Isco; Marco Asensio, Mariano Díaz, Vinicius Jr.

XI Deportivo Alavés Prediction (-4--4-2): Fernando Paseko (GK); Ximo Navarro, Victor Laguardia, Florian Lejeune, Ruben Duarte; Edgar Méndez, Tomas Pina, Rodrigo Battaglia, Luis Rioja; Lucas Pérez, Joselu

Prediction Real Madrid vs Deportivo Alavés

Even with Zinedine Zidane on the switch, the only result here is the chance to play, a Real Madrid win.

Midfield was Madrid's first clean sheet in Mad's game when they lost to Inter Milan, so Lucas Pérez could certainly score against the astute Los Blancos defense. However, the people of Zinedine Zidane only have a very, very powerful power and it should scare their opponents on the weekends.

Prediction: Real Madrid-2-2 Deportivo Alaves

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