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Cádiz puts an end to Ancelotti’s rotations

The rotations for which you have opted Carlo Ancelotti since he sentenced LaLiga with the comeback of Sánchez Pizjuán and before the tough commitments in the Champions League that he has been chaining until the final, they find their final point in the clash of the penultimate league matchday, this Sunday against Cádiz at the Nuevo Mirandillabefore the test that the coach will carry out for the Paris match against Liverpool.

It is the route plan drawn up by the coach of the real Madrid and that he communicated to his players, with a great reception in response. All those available would have titles and minutes in the last days of LaLiga Santander until the last date, against Betis at the Santiago Bernabéu, when he will test with the team that will play the final on May 28 against Liverpool seven days later.

Carletto He estimates that there is enough time to prepare for the big event and that his starters recover from the wear and tear, taking into account that he is rotating with all of them in recent days, so that they arrive in the best possible physical tone for the duel against Liverpool. In the English team, their important men will be more tired by having to play on dates that decide their options in two titles they are fighting for, in addition to the Champions League.

This being the case, in Cádiz the second game in the League will arrive Belgian Thibaut Courtois will rest, who is fighting for his fourth Zamora Trophy. The Ukrainian Andriy Lunin, who made his league debut in the Madrid derby at the Wanda Metropolitano, will have his fourth start of the season. In Copa del Rey he played against Alcoyano and Elche. Despite the defeat against Atlético de Madrid (1-0), he left a good feeling in a highly demanding game for the goalkeeper.

Without Luka Modric suspended and with David Alaba, Dani Ceballos, Eden Hazard and Gareth Bale without options to reappear, Ancelotti’s plans go through make Dani Carvajal compete again and give pace to starters who rested from the start or the entire game against Levante, such as Militao, Casemiro and Toni Kroos.

The return of Carvajal

Real Madrid’s starting right-back is the one I have measured the most efforts in the final stretch of the season to arrive in the best conditions for the difficult challenge that will be presented to him against Liverpool’s offensive power in the final. His last game in the league was on April 20, at El Sadar. Since then he rested against Espanyol, Atlético de Madrid and Levante. He appeared in the Champions League, leaving his place to Lucas Vazquez in domestic competition.

During this week he even stopped in group training, following a specific individual work plan to eliminate discomfort and improve physical appearance. Everything points to his return to eleven at Nuevo Mirandilla. One of the last opportunities for Marcelo. Without a renewal offer from the board, the captain has three games left after recovering from his last muscle injury, in a solo. As a starter, the last would be Cádiz.

The Madridista face in their midfield changes by game. In Cadiz they will appear Casemiro and Kroos. The third member should be Eduardo Camavinga if Ancelotti maintains the rotation with Fede Valverde to take care of the wear of the Uruguayan.

It is a formula that must be applied in attack as well, although it finds greater ‘difficulty’ to convince to regulate the effort to Vinicius and Karim Benzema, the golden society that does not stop scoring goals this season for Real Madrid. With Marco Asensio ready to return, there will be changes above. Mariano Diaz ahead of Luka Jovic, again with physical discomfort, in the case of substitution of Benzema.

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