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Clearly, Zinedine Zidane seemingly has Real Madrid back to their best and seven consecutive La Liga wins have put them in complete control of the title race.
And with just four games to go, Real hold a four-point cushion on Barcelona and they should at least maintain that advantage with another victory over Alaves.
Real have kept clean sheets in five of those seven wins, which includes in each of their last three home games against Valencia, Mallorca and Getafe.
Since 2017, Real have hosted Alaves in La Liga three times and they have won all of those meetings with a clean sheet to boot.
This should be one-way traffic and it would be somewhat of a surprise were Real’s disciplined defence to be breached here.
Alaves have lost six of their seven games since La Liga’s resumption
which includes in each of their last five, and they are likely to suffer more disappointment at the hands of heavyweights Real Madrid.
Alaves have failed to score in five of those defeats, firing blanks against teams like Espanyol, Celta Vigo, Osasuna
Including Granada and Real Valladolid, and a lack of attacking threat makes them easy to oppose at the Bernabeu.
With only nine points to show from 17 away games this season, it’s easy to see where Alaves’ problems lie.
They have scored just 12 goals on their travels and are desperately short on firepower.
The away team, Alaves have conceded 37 goals away from home, a stark contrast to the 14 they have conceded in as many matches at home.
Alaves are six points clear of the relegation places with four games to go and are unlikely to get the result they desire in the Spanish capital.
With only one goal scored in five league games, it’s difficult to give Alaves much of a chance in Madrid and we predict Real to win and keep a clean sheet.
Real have won their last seven league games, keeping clean sheets on five occasions, and they have kept Alaves at bay on their last three visits to the Bernabeu.
Zidane’s side have won 13 and drawn four of their 17 home games this season, conceding only ten goals in the process