Real Madrid is one of the most successful football clubs in the world, with a long and illustrious history. They have won numerous domestic and international titles, including 13 European Champions League titles, 34 La Liga titles, and 4 FIFA Club World Cup titles.
Espanyol, on the other hand, is a club based in Barcelona and has a smaller but still dedicated fan base. They have had some success in their history, including winning the Copa del Rey four times, but have struggled in recent years and were relegated to the second division in the 2019-2020 season.
If Real Madrid and Espanyol were to play in the 2023 La Liga season, it would depend on the form and performance of both teams leading up to the match. It could be a closely contested game, or one team could dominate the other. The outcome is impossible for me to predict, as it would depend on many factors such as injuries, team tactics, and form on the day of the match.
Subsequent to being crushed 2-1 away at Genuine Valladolid last end of the week, Espanyol are only two focuses over the transfer zone, sitting thirteenth with 27 places. The last game between the different sides finished in a 3-1 triumph for Genuine Madrid at the RCDE Arena back in August. Vinicius Junior opened the scoring right off the bat in the game, however Joselu evened out the scores not long before the break. A late Karim Benzema support was sufficient to hand Los Blancos each of the three places.
Ferland Mendy, David Alaba and Karim Benzema will pass up a great opportunity through wounds for Genuine Madrid, while Espanyol have ventured out to the Spanish capital without Adria Pedrosa and Keidi.
In this way, him being accessible to play against Liverpool is a significant lift for Genuine Madrid most definitely. Simultaneously, one can’t ignore that Benzema has looked totally unseemly in the past three games and confronted weighty analysis. He is the sort of player who wakes up in the Bosses Association however, and ideally, he will come great in the second leg too.
⏸️ HT: @realmadriden 2-1 @RCDEspanyol_EN
⚽ @vinijr 22′, @edermilitao 39′; Joselu 8′#RealMadridEspanyol pic.twitter.com/ehHtWSmDZ8
— Real Madrid C.F. 🇬🇧🇺🇸 (@realmadriden) March 11, 2023