Ancelotti's goal he wants Real Madrid to meet before thinking of La Liga title

The season is entering its latest stages and Ancelotti wants his team to reach a specific point mark in the league before El Clasico.

By Emmanuel Mendez

Carlo Ancelotti wants to be meet a certain objective before facing FC Barcelona.
Carlo Ancelotti wants to be meet a certain objective before facing FC Barcelona.
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Real Madrid look like the heavy favorite to win the La Liga title this season. Real Madrid is currently first in the La Liga table with 65 points and is six points clear of second place Girona. Despite the big lead at the tip of the league, Real Madrid manager Carlo Ancelotti wants the gap to extend higher and wants the team to reach points quickly in order to dream of another La Liga title. Real Madrid has many tough games coming up, but the Italian manager asks for three points in all of them to reach the goal of winning La Liga this season.

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Real Madrid has already played Girona and Atletico Madrid twice in the league this season. Girona was their biggest threat as they were behind them in the league, but two wins from Real Madrid against them have separated them by six points. Real Madrid lost and drew with Atletico Madrid this season in the league. The closest team to Real Madrid in the league they haven't faced twice yet is none other than FC Barcelona.

The Clasico will be played at the Santiago Bernabeu on April 21st. Barcelona is third in the league with 57 points and 8 points behind Madrid in the table. Diario AS reports that Carlo Ancelotti wants to reach 80 points before El Clasico against FC Barcelona in April. Real Madrid has five games before the Barcelona game, which means if they win all five, they will reach 80 points. Real Madrid will need to beat Valencia away, Celta de Vigo at home, Osasuna away, Athletic Bilbao at home, and Mallorca away to reach 80 points.

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Jude Bellingham could return against Valencia this weekend

Diario AS reports that Jude Bellingham no longer feels pain in his ankle. He will have tests today. Real Madrid is optimistic, but tomorrow will be the deadline to decide Jude Bellingham’s position, whether he will participate against Valencia or not. Carlo Ancelotti will wait to watch the training session tomorrow to make the final decision. Bellingham has progressed very well this week, working individually. Tomorrow, he is scheduled to train with the group to see how he feels.

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