Zidane sick of Real "robbery" jibes after Juve game

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Real Madrid manager, Zinedine Zidane, is likely to leave Cristiano Ronaldo out of his squad for Sunday's LaLiga trip to Malaga.

"However, we have so much work to do in focusing on ourselves, that the rival takes more of a back seat".

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. Of the other 32 games, 24 have been wins for Los Blancos. But, ahead of what looks like already a foregone conclusion, let's take a look at all you need to know.

Real Madrid is a reference in football, they've won a lot - more than anyone else and every time a refereeing decision goes their way it is immediately noted down by their detractors in stone and paraded as some kind of favouritism. The Spaniard is only expected to return to action towards the end of the campaign.

Struggling Malaga have plenty of injury problems and will be without Juankar, Adalberto Penaranda, Recio, Juanpi Anor, Federico Ricca, Zdravko Kuzmanovic, Maxime Lestienne and Chory Castro, per Transfermarkt.com. Meanwhile, the aforementioned centre back Hernandez is suspended.

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

Meanwhile, Sergio Ramos is expected to return to the starting lineup after missing out against Juventus in the Champions League quarter-final second leg due to a one-match ban. However, Nacho remains sidelined after picking up an injury during his side's 3-0 win over Las Palmas last month.

Real Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane says talk that his team benefitted from a "robbery" as they eliminated Juventus from the Champions League on Wednesday makes him "indignant" although it comes from the "jealousy" from outsiders toward Madrid's success.

Zidane has never tasted defeat to Malaga during his tenure in the Estadio Santiago Bernabeu dugout, and it looks highly unlikely that this weekend will be any different.

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