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Real Madrid will round off their Champions League Group G campaign with a home match against CSKA Mo­scow on Wednes­day night, report agencies.
The European champions have already secured first position in the section, having won four of their five group matches to date. Roma have also booked their spot in the next round as runners-up, leaving CSKA to battle Viktoria Plzen for the Europa League position.
Real Madrid have had their problems in La Liga this season, but they have once again been impressive in the Champions League – winning four of their five group matches to collect 12 points. Their 2-0 win over Roma last time out secured first spot in the section, and they will be hoping to end on a high against CSKA.
Solari’s team will host CSKA and Rayo Vallecano in their next two matches before heading off to the United Arab Emirates for the Club World Cup, and they will be looking for success in that competition once again. Meanwhile, CSKA have picked up four points from their five group matches to sit bottom of the section. The Russian giants are level with third-placed Viktoria Plzen, however, meaning that the Europa League spot in the section is very much open ahead of Wednesday’s final two group matches.
For Real, Keylor Navas is expected to replace Thibaut Courtois between the sticks, while Isco, Federico Valverde and Marco Asensio are all expected to come into the XI.
There could also be a spot in the final third for exciting youngster Vinicius Junior, although Karim Benzema is expected to keep his spot at the tip of the attack. Nacho, Casemiro and Toni Kroos are all still on the sidelines for Real Madrid.