Published: Mon, April 16, 2018
Sports | By Ivan Ross

Casemiro wants Isco at Real Madrid 'for many years'

Casemiro wants Isco at Real Madrid 'for many years'

Cristiano Ronaldo and Gareth Bale have been left out of the Real Madrid squad for Sunday's Liga clash with Malaga.

The plan has paid dividends as Ronaldo has scored in all 10 of Madrid's European games this season.

The Real Madrid boss is without just one first-team player, with Nacho recovering from a thigh injury he picked up last month.

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Isco then teed up Casemiro to slot home the decisive second after the break for the visitors, who won the title on their visit to La Rosaleda last season, Madrid moving above Valencia into third place in the table despite Diego Rolan's 93rd-minute consolation. It's a 50/50. Bayern are better this year, they're competing really well.

"I've seen them and their position is surprising".

Malaga, meanwhile, could find themselves within one game from relegation should Levante claim victory at Atletico Madrid, and they fail to secure anything against Real, with the gap between the Segunda-bound table-proppers and safety now 14 points with only seven games remaining.

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"There's no reason for us to believe that this game will be any more hard than the rest of them". As ever you can watch all the action Live & Exclusive via beIN SPORTS CONNECT.

Real sneaked into the Champions League semi-finals on Wednesday after English referee Michael Oliver awarded the 12-times champions a controversial penalty in added-on time.

"The 3-0 lead for Juventus surprised me, but that's the beauty of football".

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Malaga are 14 points adrift of safety but Zidane remains wary of the threat posed by Jose Gonzalez's men, especially after Real's efforts in their dramatic Champions League quarter-final triumph over Juventus. Karim Benzema is expected to start in attack.

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