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Hazard and Carvajal May Start in Clásco

Hazard and Carvajal May Start in Clásco

Real Madrid continues to recover its troops after the plague of injuries suffered at the end of September. If against Shakhtar they returned with the group Mendy and Marcelo, against Barcelona Eden Hazard and Dani Carvajal could do it. Neither of them is emerging as a starter, but they are ready (or so it seems) to join the group dynamic on the road. Good news for Ancelotti, who has two players back who should be important for the remainder of the season, injuries permitting.
We are without a doubt the two Real Madrid players who have suffered the most in the last two seasons, apart from a Gareth Bale who played for Tottenham last year. Carvajal has already missed seven games due to injury this season, continuing the inertia of last season, in which he only played 15 official matches. An ordeal with injuries that he hopes to put an end to once and for all. He has changed diet, training routines, evening sessions … The footballer hopes that this whole plan will give him results and put an end to the worst year and a half of his career.
The same happens to Hazard, who has not raised his head since the ankle injury he suffered on November 26, 2019. Almost two years have passed and he still does not have regularity. Regularly absent from big events, the Belgian’s goal is to sneak into the list of a Classic for the first time. He will not be a starter either, since Vini is way ahead in the coach’s preferences. Rodrygo also starts with an advantage, apart from the fact that Fede can sneak into that extreme position.
Karim, in the gym
The one who did not train with the group was Karim Benzema, who stayed working inside the facilities, along with the usual injured: Bale and Ceballos. The Frenchman received a strong blow to the instep of his right foot against Shakhtar and was left doing another type of work in the gym, but in theory his participation in the Clásco is not in danger. Isco and Jovic were able to do work on the pitch, albeit alone.

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