Huesca, meanwhile, remain rooted to the bottom of the La Liga standings, having won just two of their 21 games up until this point. However, things may be taking a turn for the better under new manager Pacheta, as they are unbeaten in their last two matches, beating Real Valladolid 3-1 most recently. With Real Madrid not at their best, the Azulgranas will be aiming to capitalise on their plight.The reverse fixture, played in October last year, saw Real Madrid beat Huesca 4-1 with goals coming from Eden Hazard, Karim Benzema (2) and Federico Valverde. Ahead of their latest meeting on Saturday, The Hard Tackle takes a closer look at both the teams.
Fortunately for him and his team, their next adversaries are one of the worst sides in La Liga this season, and Real will hope to come away with a victory.Huesca is back in the top-flight after a year’s absence. This is only their second year in La Liga, but it is turning out to be even worse than the first time.With just two wins from 21 games, the Azulgranas are rooted at the bottom of the standings, four points off the safe zone. At this rate, they appear to be on their way back down to the Seguna Division.
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