LOS ANGELES (LALATE) – Valencia vs. Real Madrid 2013 (en vivo live score below) will deliver a Sunday struggle in the Spanish Primera Division after stunning results on Saturday. Yesterday, the Real Sociedad vs. Barcelona 2013 match ended in a rare 3-2 losing score for FC Barcelona.
Sunday’s Valencia vs. Real Madrid 2013 game (start time 12 noon PST) follows the Osasuna vs. Deportivo La Coruña match earlier today that ended in a 2-1 final score. Real Valladolid vs. Real Zaragoza is also currently underway with a 1-0 score at the fifty minute mark, officials tell news.
Real Madrid starts Sunday with a third place ranking in the league. The team is sporting thirty-seven points, and is slotted only seven pints behind second place Atletico Madrid. Real Madrid has impressed news this season with eleven wins, four draws and four losses.
Valencia, in turn, is hoping to break into the top six this weekend. The team is sitting at seventh place in the league with thirty points, just one point behind Rayo Vallecano. The team has delivered nine wins, three draws and seven losses this season.
Prior to today’s game, Madrid’s goalkeeper Antonio Adan disputed reports that he is the team’s new starter. He tells his team’s news site “I have no idea whether I will play or not and all I have to do is work hard over the coming days and wait for the line-up to be decided.” He added “If the coach has already decided that I am going to play, then only you know. For me, playing at all is the important thing. Last year I played five or six matches. This year we are in January and I’ve already passed that barrier.”
He also tells news “I’ll train and I will wait for the boss’ team sheet, that is who has the power to say who plays.” For live score updates today, click HERE.