​Real Madrid’s clash with Valencia will, perhaps inconceivably, serve as a pivotal battle in the race to secure UEFA Champions League places in La Liga. With Real languishing in fourth, five points behind Valencia in third, and coming off the back of their acrimonious exit to Leganes in the Copa Del Rey, this game is likely to be seen as critical, and a potential tipping point in their season. ​With his long-mooted replacement Kepa Arrizabalaga recently announcing his decision to ​reject…



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