Real Madrid has once again been postponed and this time it is due to “unusual weather conditions” according to the Welsh media. This comes just days before the kick-off of the league season. It is typical that such news is not released beforehand as most teams do their best to avoid postponing games and for this reason, there are few sources available regarding this issue.
The local sports paper printed a story about Real Madrid being postponed with no reason given. There were no further details given and no confirmation whether the postponement was voluntary or not.
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The Welsh press has picked up on the story and says that the club is hopeful of playing next week against Sporting Gijon. It is normal for teams to put off such games until they know exactly what fixture they will be playing. A few weeks ago there was a report that Sporting Lisbon would host Deportivo at the Estadio da Caparica.
This was later denied by the Welsh side and now the Welsh reports suggest that this may not take place. This would be a huge blow to Sporting since the opening fixtures of the season look set to be held in Lens and Marbella.
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If Real Madrid does lose this fixture, then Los Rojiblancos will certainly start the league season against fellow LaLiga sides as Girona, Benfica, and Racing are also due to face each other in the first half of the season. There is a possibility that derby games could be rearranged. This would probably mean Benfica taking the away shirt from Real Madrid at the end of the season if they win. You Are Also check Real Madrid Table 2021-22. Any questions in your mind please used the comment box.
If Los Blancos does lose this game, then Los Cusco will most likely face Valencia in the next round of LaLiga. Girona has not confirmed whether they will continue with the name they currently have but it is understood that there are discussions underway. This means that Girona could play Real Madrid next season and potentially move into a higher division of football.