Inter vs Juventus

Juventus will look to go 11 points clear at the top of Serie A when they face Inter Milan in the Derby d’Italia.

Massimiliano Allegri’s side boast an near perfect record at home in the league this season, with their draw against Genoa proving to be the only time they have dropped points at the Allianz Stadium.

Luciano Spalletti’s side meanwhile lie in third, 11 points behind their great rivals, but they pushed them all the way in this fixture last season, with Juventus needing two goals in the final three minutes to seal victory.

What time does it start?

Juventus vs Inter Milan kicks off at 7:30pm (GMT)

Cristiano Ronaldo continued his scoring form last time out (Getty)

Where can I watch it?

The match will be shown live on Eleven Sports 1 from 7:20pm. Highlights will be shown at 10pm on Eleven Sports 2.

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Cristiano Ronaldo: The Portuguese made it 10 goals from 14 Serie A appearances last weekend with a well-taken penalty away at Fiorentina. His creativity has proved to be vital to Allegri as well, recording five league assists and just last week in Florence he created three chances in the first half. The Derby d’Italia has seen many great players over the years, and now it is Ronaldo’s turn to make his mark.

Juventus vs Inter Milan

Juventus vs Inter Milan: Who are the bookies backing to win the Derby d’Italia?Juventus vs Inter Milan: Who are the bookies backing to win the Derby d’Italia?Juventus host Inter Milan this evening in one of the games of the weekend across Europe. After 14 matches, Juventus have been able to win 13 times, drawing just once, and they have opened up an eight point lead at the top of the table. Inter Milan on the other hand have won nine games, drawn twice, and lost three times after a very good start to the season.

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The two are currently separated by 11 points in the table, and perhaps a loss on Friday would all but end Inter’s hopes of chasing down their opponents, with Juve opening up a 14 point lead over their opponents with a win.

The fact Juventus have been so strong this season is hugely worrying for Inter, who have not won an away game in their last three, losing 4-1 to Atalanta, 1-0 to Tottenham and drawing 2-2 with Roma. The away side are currently a tasty 13/2 with BetVictor to win this one, with Juventus big odds-on favourites at 4/7, while a draw is 14/5.

Despite Inter being one of the vey best teams in Serie A, if they were to win at Juventus it would be a massive upset, and it would give the trailing sides in the league a chance to cut the gap between themselves and Juventus.

Inter Milan vs Juventus

Inter Milan vs Juventus : Who are the bookies backing to win the Derby d’Italia?Juventus vs Inter Milan: Who are the bookies backing to win the Derby d’Italia?Juventus host Inter Milan this evening in one of the games of the weekend across Europe. After 14 matches, Juventus have been able to win 13 times, drawing just once, and they have opened up an eight point lead at the top of the table.

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Inter Milan on the other hand have won nine games, drawn twice, and lost three times after a very good start to the season.

The two are currently separated by 11 points in the table, and perhaps a loss on Friday would all but end Inter’s hopes of chasing down their opponents, with Juve opening up a 14 point lead over their opponents with a win.

The fact Juventus have been so strong this season is hugely worrying for Inter, who have not won an away game in their last three, losing 4-1 to Atalanta, 1-0 to Tottenham and drawing 2-2 with Roma. The away side are currently a tasty 13/2 with BetVictor to win this one, with Juventus big odds-on favourites at 4/7, while a draw is 14/5.

Despite Inter being one of the vey best teams in Serie A, if they were to win at Juventus it would be a massive upset, and it would give the trailing sides in the league a chance to cut the gap between themselves and Juventus.

Juventus vs Inter

Juventus vs Inter Milan: Serie A prediction, pick, TV channel, live stream, watch online, start time.It’s No. 1 vs. No. 3 from Turin, with Juve looking to stay perfect.Before a big weekend of games including MLS Cup 2018 and the Copa Libertadores, there’s an appetizer on Friday as Serie A leaders host Inter Milan on Matchday 15.

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 Juve is the only remaining undefeated team with a record of 13-1-0, while Inter is 11 points back with a record of 9-2-3.

Here’s how you can watch the match and what to know:

Serie A: Juventus vs. Inter MIlan

  • Date: Friday, Dec. 7
  • Time: 2:30 p.m. ET
  • Location: Allianz Stadium in Turin
  • TV channel: ESPN2 and ESPN Deportes
  • Streaming: WatchESPN
  • Odds: Juve -170 / Inter +570 / Draw +299

Storylines

Juventus: The Serie A leaders have really buckled down defensively. Over the last four matches, they’ve conceded no goals and just nine shots on frame in 360-plus minutes. Emre Can and Sami Khedira are still out when it comes to injuries, but Juve is expected to get Alex Sandro back for this one, though it remains to be seen if he plays.

Inter: This is a big one for Inter. A loss, and they are probably out of the title race before the holiday break. As for injuries, Dalbert has been out with a leg injury, but otherwise the team is healthy.

Juventus vs. Inter prediction

This is Juve’s league, and at home they should get the job done. Expect the central defenders of Juve to give Mauro Icardi a rough day and for the hosts to win.

Jaguars vs Titans

Jaguars vs Titans odds, line: Thursday Night Football picks and best predictions from model on 14-3 run.SportsLine’s advanced computer model simulated Thursday’s Jaguars vs. Titans game 10,000 times.

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An AFC South rivalry will be renewed on Thursday Night Football as the Tennessee Titans take on the Jacksonville Jaguars at 8:20 p.m. ET. The Titans are staying afloat in the AFC Wild Card race at 6-6, while the Jaguars have been one of the biggest disappointments of the season. After a 2-0 start that included a dominant win over the Patriots, they’re now 4-8. The Titans won the first meeting this season in a battle of field goals, 9-6, back in September. The spread has been climbing ahead of kickoff, moving from Tennessee -4 to -5.5 in the latest Titans vs. Jaguars odds. The Over-Under, or total number of projected points oddsmakers believe will be scored, has dropped to 37 after opening at 38. Before you make your Titans vs. Jaguars picks and predictions for Thursday Night Football, check out the projections from the proven computer model at SportsLine.

The advanced computer model simulates every NFL game 10,000 times, and those who have followed it have seen massive returns. SportsLine’s proprietary computer model went 176-80 last season and beat over 95 percent of CBS Office Pool players in 2016 and ’17. It also performed better than 98 percent of experts tracked by NFLPickWatch.com during that span. Additionally, it went 48-34 on A-rated picks against the spread last season, and $100 bettors who followed it the past two seasons are up nearly $4,000.

The model has continued to nail its top-rated picks in 2018, entering Week 14 on a blistering 14-3 run. For the season, it is now 28-12 on all top-rated picks, extending its two-year run to a strong 76-46. And when it comes to all straight-up picks, the model is 129-61 on the season, ranking in the top two on NFLPickWatch.com.

Now the model has dialed in on Jaguars vs. Titans. We can tell you it’s leaning over, and it’s also generated a strong point-spread pick that’s hitting over 50 percent of the time. You can only see that one over at SportsLine.

The model has factored in that the Titans’ top-five pass defense will have the luxury of sitting on quick-hitting routes, a major advantage over Jacksonville. In Jaguars quarterback Cody Kessler’s first start against the Colts last week, 12 of his 24 pass attempts didn’t go more than two yards down the field in the air and only three of his attempts for the day went further than eight.

With the tape from last week as a guide, that should free up the Titans’ Malcolm Butler, Logan Ryan and Adoree’ Jackson to jump a few routes and make life more difficult for Kessler than the Colts could manage last week.

And while the Titans aren’t prolific turnover creators, the numbers show that when they can at least tie the turnover battle, it bodes well for them. They’re 6-1 this season when they win or match the turnover battle and 0-5 when they lose it.

But just because the Titans boast a solid defense doesn’t mean they’ll cover the Thursday Night Football spread.

The model also knows that one big advantage for the Jaguars will be the pressure they routinely get on the quarterback courtesy of defensive ends Calais Campbell and Yannick Ngakoue. Both have seven sacks this season, but their ability to impact the game goes beyond disrupting the passing game.

Campbell has registered 15 quarterback hits this season and Ngakoue has an incredible 25. The Titans have given up 42 sacks this season, so if Campbell and Ngakoue can live in the Titans’ backfield, it could be a long night for Mariota.

Jaguars running back Leonard Fournette is expected to return to action after serving a one-game suspension for throwing haymakers against the Bills. In Fournette’s five games played this season, he’s found the end zone five times and has scored multiple touchdowns twice. He has yet to eclipse 100 yards rushing in a game, but has added over 40 yards receiving twice. Fournette will also be well rested since he last played on Nov. 25. He’ll face defensive linemen going on just four days’ rest.

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Thursday Night Football

Thursday Night Football Live,Everything you need to know as AFC South rivals square off on Thursday night.Are you ready for some AFC South football? We hope so. Because that’s what you’re getting on Thursday night. he seemingly annual Thursday Night clash between the Titans and Jaguars is here, and it is probably not going to be spectacular, given the recent history of what games between these two teams has looked like. But what this game could be, though, is important.

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The Titans are 6-6 and hanging on the edges of the AFC playoff race. If they manage to get a badly-needed win this week, it could propel them back into the picture — especially when you consider what their upcoming schedule looks like. The Jags are 4-8 and almost surely out of the playoffs, but this is the first of four opportunities for them to spoil the hopes of playoff wannabes.

Just since their bye week, the Titans have scored 28 points against the Cowboys and 34 against the Patriots in back-to-back wins, followed it up with 10 points against the Colts and 17 against the Texans in back-to-back losses, and then hung 26 on the Jets in another win last week. They’ve been held to 10 points or fewer three times. They have four games with zero turnovers and four games with multiple turnovers. They’ve had three games with less than 100 rushing yards and three games with 150 or more.

Marcus Mariota has three games with a passer rating of 119 or better and three games with a passer rating of 62 or worse. Corey Davis had two catches for 34 yards in Week 4, exploded for 9 catches for 161 yards and a touchdown in Week 4, and then combined for 8 catches for 83 yards over the next three games combined. Dion Lewis emerged as the team’s lead back with an average of more than 21 touches a game and 5.4 yards per touch during Weeks 7-10, but has averaged just 11 touches per game and 3.2 yards per touch in three games since.

There is seemingly no way to tell which particular version of the Titans’ offense we will see in any given game, as their performance has little carryover from one week to the next. Again, this is a team that scored 9 points against the Jags back in Week 3 and then followed it with 26 against the Eagles. They scored 34 against the Patriots and then 10 against the Colts. There is no rhyme or reason about anything with these guys.

That said, they have pretty consistently had trouble moving the ball against the Jaguars defense since the start of last year … but they’ve won all three games against them anyway, largely because the Jaguars’ offense can’t seem to move the ball against the Titans (or anyone else), either, and has consistently gifted Tennessee short fields to work with. In the first game these two teams played last year, for example, the Titans started five of their 12 drives in Jaguars territory, and those drives accounted for 24 of their 37 points. In the other two games against these Jags, the Titans totaled 24 points — scoring one touchdown and six field goals on 24 drives.

This year’s version of Jacksonville’s defense is not quite as dominant as last year’s, but we saw just last week how they are still capable of locking down even the best of opposing offenses. When their front four is getting pressure they are extremely tough to beat, and if you can’t control the line of scrimmage in the run game you are going to end up in poor down-and-distance situations, allowing those guys to pin their ears back and come after the cornerback, which allows Jalen Ramsey and A.J. Bouye and company to be even more aggressive in taking away passing lanes on the outside.

Tennessee’s offensive line, much like the rest of the team, has been inconsistent this season, and there is no telling which version of that unit will show up. If Taylor Lewan, Jack Conklin, and company can keep the pass rush at bay, maybe Mariota can sit in the pocket and wait for one of his guys to spring open. If not, it could be a long night, full of more field goals.

When the Jaguars have the ball

Honestly, the less said about the Jaguars’ offense, the better.

The Jags are almost completely dependent on Leonard Fournette to do pretty much everything, but pretty much the only thing Fournette has been any good at this season is touching the ball a lot of times. Fournette cracked the 1,000-yard rushing mark during his rookie year almost entirely due to heavy volume. He averaged 3.9 yards per carry but the Jags had little else in the way of offensive talent so they just kept giving him the ball. He’s been even less efficient this year, averaging just 3.5 yards per carry.

He’s only lasted a full game three times, having been injured midway through Jacksonville’s Week 1 and Week 4 victories, and during the three games that he’s lasted the whole way, Fournette has taken his 70 carries for just 243 yards. He’s scored four touchdowns on the ground, but they’ve all been force-feeds close to the goal line — two from a yard out, one from two yards out, and one from five yards out. The staunch desire the Jags have to feed him the ball as often as possible also puts them in a conservative offensive shell and leads them to prioritize not losing rather than winning; and that often results in them losing anyway, as it did against the Steelers when they ran Fournette into the center of the line a bunch of times and let Pittsburgh sneak away with a win in a game where they really never should have had a chance.

Handing the ball to Fournette, though, is still likely the best offensive option Jacksonville has. Unsurprisingly to anyone that had seen him play prior to this year, Blake Bortles was once again Blake Bortles this season. It was very obvious to anyone not named Jason Mendoza that the Jaguars were winning games in spite of Bortles’ performance during their run to the AFC title game in 2017, but his offseason wrist surgery necessitated that they bring him back this year because fifth-year options are guaranteed for injury. That didn’t mean the Jaguars had to come into the season with no serious competition for Bortles, though, and doing so undermined any chance they had for offensive success. During the best passing season in NFL history, Bortles actually saw his numbers take an across-the-board drop this season.

Titans vs Jaguars

Titans vs Jaguars pick: Preview, prediction, statistics to know for ‘Thursday Night Football’.Everything you need to know as AFC South rivals square off on Thursday night.Are you ready for some AFC South football? We hope so. Because that’s what you’re getting on Thursday night.

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The seemingly annual Thursday Night clash between the Titans and Jaguars is here, and it is probably not going to be spectacular, given the recent history of what games between these two teams has looked like. But what this game could be, though, is important.

The Titans are 6-6 and hanging on the edges of the AFC playoff race. If they manage to get a badly-needed win this week, it could propel them back into the picture — especially when you consider what their upcoming schedule looks like. The Jags are 4-8 and almost surely out of the playoffs, but this is the first of four opportunities for them to spoil the hopes of playoff wannabes down the stretch.

What should you be looking out for tonight (8:20 p.m., NFL Network)? We’re glad you asked.

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Just since their bye week, the Titans have scored 28 points against the Cowboys and 34 against the Patriots in back-to-back wins, followed it up with 10 points against the Colts and 17 against the Texans in back-to-back losses, and then hung 26 on the Jets in another win last week. They’ve been held to 10 points or fewer three times. They have four games with zero turnovers and four games with multiple turnovers. They’ve had three games with less than 100 rushing yards and three games with 150 or more.

Marcus Mariota has three games with a passer rating of 119 or better and three games with a passer rating of 62 or worse. Corey Davis had two catches for 34 yards in Week 4, exploded for 9 catches for 161 yards and a touchdown in Week 4, and then combined for 8 catches for 83 yards over the next three games combined. Dion Lewis emerged as the team’s lead back with an average of more than 21 touches a game and 5.4 yards per touch during Weeks 7-10, but has averaged just 11 touches per game and 3.2 yards per touch in three games since.

There is seemingly no way to tell which particular version of the Titans’ offense we will see in any given game, as their performance has little carryover from one week to the next. Again, this is a team that scored 9 points against the Jags back in Week 3 and then followed it with 26 against the Eagles. They scored 34 against the Patriots and then 10 against the Colts. There is no rhyme or reason about anything with these guys.

That said, they have pretty consistently had trouble moving the ball against the Jaguars defense since the start of last year … but they’ve won all three games against them anyway, largely because the Jaguars’ offense can’t seem to move the ball against the Titans (or anyone else), either, and has consistently gifted Tennessee short fields to work with. In the first game these two teams played last year, for example, the Titans started five of their 12 drives in Jaguars territory, and those drives accounted for 24 of their 37 points. In the other two games against these Jags, the Titans totaled 24 points — scoring one touchdown and six field goals on 24 drives.

This year’s version of Jacksonville’s defense is not quite as dominant as last year’s, but we saw just last week how they are still capable of locking down even the best of opposing offenses. When their front four is getting pressure they are extremely tough to beat, and if you can’t control the line of scrimmage in the run game you are going to end up in poor down-and-distance situations, allowing those guys to pin their ears back and come after the cornerback, which allows Jalen Ramsey and A.J. Bouye and company to be even more aggressive in taking away passing lanes on the outside.

Tennessee’s offensive line, much like the rest of the team, has been inconsistent this season, and there is no telling which version of that unit will show up. If Taylor Lewan, Jack Conklin, and company can keep the pass rush at bay, maybe Mariota can sit in the pocket and wait for one of his guys to spring open. If not, it could be a long night, full of more field goals.

The Jags are almost completely dependent on Leonard Fournette to do pretty much everything, but pretty much the only thing Fournette has been any good at this season is touching the ball a lot of times. Fournette cracked the 1,000-yard rushing mark during his rookie year almost entirely due to heavy volume. He averaged 3.9 yards per carry but the Jags had little else in the way of offensive talent so they just kept giving him the ball. He’s been even less efficient this year, averaging just 3.5 yards per carry.

He’s only lasted a full game three times, having been injured midway through Jacksonville’s Week 1 and Week 4 victories, and during the three games that he’s lasted the whole way, Fournette has taken his 70 carries for just 243 yards. He’s scored four touchdowns on the ground, but they’ve all been force-feeds close to the goal line — two from a yard out, one from two yards out, and one from five yards out. The staunch desire the Jags have to feed him the ball as often as possible also puts them in a conservative offensive shell and leads them to prioritize not losing rather than winning; and that often results in them losing anyway, as it did against the Steelers when they ran Fournette into the center of the line a bunch of times and let Pittsburgh sneak away with a win in a game where they really never should have had a chance.

Handing the ball to Fournette, though, is still likely the best offensive option Jacksonville has. Unsurprisingly to anyone that had seen him play prior to this year, Blake Bortles was once again Blake Bortles this season. It was very obvious to anyone not named Jason Mendoza that the Jaguars were winning games in spite of Bortles’ performance during their run to the AFC title game in 2017, but his offseason wrist surgery necessitated that they bring him back this year because fifth-year options are guaranteed for injury. That didn’t mean the Jaguars had to come into the season with no serious competition for Bortles, though, and doing so undermined any chance they had for offensive success. During the best passing season in NFL history, Bortles actually saw his numbers take an across-the-board drop this season.

Tennessee Titans vs Jacksonville Jaguars

Tennessee Titans vs  Jacksonville Jaguars: How to watch online, live stream info, game time, TV channel.How to watch Titans vs. Jaguars football game.ennessee will square off against Jacksonville at 8:20 p.m. on Thursday night. If the 9-6 final from the last time they met is any indication, this matchup will be decided by the defense.

Tennessee Titans (home) vs. Jacksonville Jaguars (away)

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Tennessee stumbled on the road two weeks ago against Houston, but they seem to have regained their footing back home. Tennessee snuck past the Jets with a 26-22 victory. No one put up better numbers for Tennessee than Marcus Mariota, who brought his A game into the match. He passed for 282 yards and 2 touchdowns.

Meanwhile, Jacksonville fell to Indianapolis 26-29 when the two teams last met; this time around, they exacted some revenge. A win is a win is a win, as they say, even a pretty close 6-0 win over Indianapolis. The win was a breath of fresh air for Jacksonville as it put an end to their seven-game losing streak.

Their wins bumped Tennessee to 6-6 and Jacksonville to 4-8. We’ll see which team can carry over their success and which team inevitably falls when Tennessee and Jacksonville clash.

How To Watch

  • When: Thursday at 8:20 PM ET
  • Where: Nissan Stadium, Tennessee
  • TV: Amazon Prime Video
  • Online streaming: fuboTV (Try for free)
  • Follow: CBS Sports App
  • Ticket Cost: $46.69

Prediction

The Titans are a solid 5.5 point favorite against the Jaguars.

This season, Tennessee are 6-6-0 against the spread. As for Jacksonville, they are 4-6-2 against the spread

Vegas had a good feel for the line for this one, as the game opened with the Titans as a 4.5 point favorite.

Series History

Tennessee have won 5 out of their last 7 games against Jacksonville.

Real Madrid vs Melilla

Real Madrid vs Melilla: TV channel, live stream, team news & preview.Boasting a healthy lead from the first leg, this encounter should be little more than routine for the European champions.Real Madrid have the formality of their Copa del Rey round of 32 second-leg encounter against Melilla to negotiate on Wednesday at the Bernabeu.

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Goals from Karim Benzema, Marco Asensio, Alvaro Odriozola and Cristo Gonzalez have given them a 4-0 advantage heading into this encounter after the first leg in the North African enclave .

Santi Solari, however, will be eager that Los Blancos continue a strong run of form that has seen him win six of his first seven matches in charge.

Questions will be asked if they do not beat their third-tier opponents once more.

Game Real Madrid vs Melilla
Date Thursday, December 6
Time 3:15pm GMT / 10:15am E

 

TV Channel, Live Stream & How To Watch

 

In the United States (US), the game can be watched  live and on-demand with fuboTV (7-day free trial) .

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US TV channel Online stream
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In the United Kingdom (UK), the game will not be broadcast live.

UK TV channel Online stream
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Squads & Team News

 

Position Real Madrid squad
Goalkeepers Navas, Casilla, Courtois
Defenders Ramos, Nacho, Odriozola, Reguilon, De La Fuente, Sanchez
Midfielders Casemiro, Valverde, Llorente, Asensio, Ceballos, Feuillassier
Forwards Benzema, Vazquez, Cristo, Vinicius Jr.

Karim Benzema sits this game out after ending the weekend’s clash against Valencia in discomfort, while Gareth Bale is also rested.

Ballon d’Or winner Luka Modric will not be involved either.

However, Santi Solari has deployed a number of top stars in this encounter, with the likes of Isco, Marco Asensio and Vinicius Junior all named in the starting XI.

Nacho is out with a knee problem, while Casemiro continues to nurse an ankle issue. No risks are taken with Marcelo.

Castilla players Javi Sanchez, Fidalgo and Fran Garcia have all been called up to the senior squad.

Real Madrid starting XI: Navas; Carvajal, Vallejo, Sanchez, Odriozola; Valverde, Llorente, Asensio; Isco, Mariano, Vinicius.

Subs: Casilla, Varane, Vazquez, Ceballos, Cristo, Fidalgo, Fran Garcia.

Position Melilla players
Goalkeepers Barrio, P. Luis
Defenders Aguza, Chakla, Richi, Mahanan, Torres, Carrion, Pepe Romero, B. Martin
Midfielders Menudo, Ortega, Lolo Garrido, Alfonso, Otegui, Martinez
Forwards Ruano, Amar, Qasmi, Oscar Garcia, Aznar, Martin

Goalkeeper Pedro Luis is rotated into the squad, despite an impressive performance from Dani Barrio at the weekend.

Melilla starting XI: P. Luis; Romero, Mahanan, Richi, Jilmar; Ortega, Menudo; Ruano, Oscar Garcial; Mizzian, Yacine.

Subs: Chakla, Barrio, Otegui, Garrido, Martin, Braim, Martinez.

Betting & Match Odds

Real Madrid are big 1/10 favourites to win the game according to bet365 . Melilla can be backed at 18/1, while the draw is priced at 9/1.

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Match Preview

Santi Solari’s adventure in the Real Madrid dugout started in Melilla on October 31 and since securing a 4-0 victory in the North African enclave has passed off rather smoothly.

A 3-0 hiccup against Eibar aside, Los Blancos have rediscovered their winning ways, will qualify in the Champions League with no problems and are only five points behind leaders Barcelona in La Liga.

At the weekend, they secured a steady 2-0 victory over Valencia . An own goal after eight minutes gave them a perfect start before Lucas Vazquez added a second in the closing stages.

Constitution Day in Spain means that there will be an early kick-off for this fixture and Solari is hoping to give the home fans something to cheer.“This Thursday is a holiday and lots of people will come along to the match, we want to see several different players on the pitch,” he said.

Isco is certainly set to be celebrating, with the attacker touted to be given a first chance to impress his new coach from the beginning of a game.

The Spain star shared an image on social media asking if he was overweight, but Solari is ignoring the incident. “I’m not on social media and didn’t see Isco’s photo,” he said.

“Players need to give the best of themselves to be available and to then do the best possible. Then there are choices and different periods of form, all of this exists.

“The job of the coach is to try to pick well and avoid mistakes.

“There are players in football who play well and who do so constantly, which is why they start for 10 or 12 years, but nobody has played forever because they are called X.”

Against opponents who lead their Segunda B group, he and the rest of Real Madrid’s galaxy of stars will be expected to shine.FreeSingup.

National FInals Rodeo

National FInals Rodeo Live Stream Online Free HD TV Channel, standout country acts in Las Vegas during National Finals Rodeo.With the National Finals Rodeo back in town, here are 10 top shows soundtracking the festivities:

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The Double Whopper With Cheese of country returns for his annual NFR engagement.Turnpike Troubadours, Friday, Brooklyn Bowl at The Linq.These indie Okies wrangle plenty of Americana influences in their rootsy repertoire.

Tanya Tucker, Friday, Showroom at Golden Nugget

This country music lifer notched her first hit back in 1972, when she was all of 13 years old. Times have changed, but Tucker’s appeal hasn’t.Florida Georgia Line, Friday-Saturday and Tuesday, Zappos Theater at Planet Hollywood Resort

Dwight Yoakam, Dec. 14, Brooklyn Bowl

Guitars, Cadillacs and hillbilly music come to the Strip when this honky-tonk great performs.

Jamey Johnson, Dec. 14, Showroom at Golden Nugget

This outlaw country throwback doesn’t sound like Merle Haggard or Waylon Jennings necessarily, but the spirit of their music lives on in his.

Luke Combs, Dec. 14, The Chelsea at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas

“When It Rains It Pours” indeed: This burly troubadour has notched a whopping four No. 1 singles from his debut album, “This One’s for You.”Gary Allan, Dec. 14-15, The Joint at the Hard Rock Hotel.

Rockers and cowboys unite for this country music gateway act capable of reaching across the aisle.Kane Brown, Dec. 15, Park Theater at Park MGM.

The “Experiment” worked: A burgeoning superstar, Brown hits Vegas for the first time in support of his aforementioned new album, which topped the charts upon its release last month.Have your “Beer Money” in hand when these two country chart-toppers team up.

More NFR: Follow all of our National Finals Rodeo coverage online at reviewjournal.com/nfr and @RJ_Sports on Twitter.

Contact Jason Bracelin at jbracelin@reviewjournal.com or 702-383-0476. Follow @JasonBracelin on Twitter.