Venue: Estadio Municipal de Riazor
Kick-off: 03:00 PM GMT / 10:00 AM EST
10bet Sports Odds: Real Madrid to win @1.18 / Draw @7.50 / Depor to win @12.50
Deportivo La Coruna News
Deportivo managed to quash any fears of relegation following a fine 2-0 away victory over Villarreal last weekend and quite surprisingly, the Branquiazuis could yet possibly finish in the top half of the table if they beat Real Madrid this weekend.
However, it will surely not be easy against a title chasing Real Madrid outfit which will be desperate for a victory on the day and Deportivo need to put in another herculean effort in order to stop the in-form Los Blancos outfit during the clash.
Injury Doubts: Luisinho, Juan Lamas, Juanfran Fuertes, Jonas Gutierrez, Agosto Fabri , German Lux
Deportivo La Coruna Probable Lineup: Manu; Sidnei, Arribas, Laure, Juanfran; Bergantinos, Fajr, Mosquera, Alberto, Cartabia; Perez
Real Madrid News
What looked set to be another terrible campaign for Real Madrid, has been completely turned around on its head by manager Zinedine Zidane and the Spanish giants sensationally still remain in the title race against all odds.
Heading into the final game of the season though, Real Madrid do not have destiny in their own hands as they will need to beat Deportivo and at the same time, hope that title rivals Barcelona slip up in their game against Granada in order to claim the La Liga crown.
Nonetheless, one can be sure that Madrid will give it their best on the day and with luck on their side, Zidane’s men could well be celebrating an unlikeliest of title victories.
Injury Doubts: Borja Mayoral, Keylar Navas, Gareth Bale, Luka Modric, Jese, Lucas Vazquez
Real Madrid Probable Lineup: Navas; R. Varane, Sergio Ramos, Marcelo, Danilo; L. Modrić, T. Kroos, Casimero; Bale, Cristiano Ronaldo, Jese
Real Madrid have not lost against Deportivo in their previous 11 consecutive encounters and the giants had managed a sensational 8-2 triumph during their last visit to the Riazor.
It is unlikely that Madrid will win the game with a similar emphatic margin this time around as well but Zidane’s men look strong and should be able to claim another comfortable victory – especially given their need for the three points.
Deportivo La Coruna 1 – 3 Real Madrid