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Zinedine Zidane ignoring el Clasico chaos to focus on Mallorca

Zinedine Zidane demands his emphasis lays solidly on Saturday's LaLiga outing to Mallorca notwithstanding the contention over the delay over 'El Clasico' in the not so distant future. 


Genuine Madrid's conflict with opponents Barcelona is set to be moved to December after the first conflict was canceled because of fears over common distress including genius autonomy dissidents in Catalonia.

In any case, Zidane said his side will basically "adjust" to any new date as he shuffles with damage emergency on top of things against adversaries whose season is giving indications of waking up.

Zidane told a question and answer session: "At last, I accept the most significant thing is tomorrow. We recognize what has occurred in the previous two weeks with harmed players however we will get ready to play a decent game."

After damage issues heaped up during the global break, Zidane affirmed that Luka Modric, Gareth Bale, Toni Kroos and Lucas Vazquez will all be managed out of the outing.

Zidane included: "It is hard for the mentor, continually playing and never halting this event. We will have different players and we're going to attempt to progress admirably."
Gareth Bale
Gareth Bale has been ruled out of the trip to Mallorca

Zidane warned against underestimating Real's lowly opponents, who broke a run of six games without a win in LaLiga with a 2-0 victory over fellow strugglers Espanyol last week.
"We know that our opponents do not deserve to be where they are in the table," Zidane added.
Real go into the game with a two-point lead at the top of the table over Barca, but having not looked entirely convincing in last week's 4-2 win over Granada, Zidane is tempting to hand a rare start to midfielder Brahim Diaz.
Brahim Diaz
Former Manchester City midfielder Brahim Diaz could make a rare appearance for Real Madrid
"It could be the moment but we have to be patient because we have lots of players," added Zidane. "I know it's difficult for him because he hasn't played (this season)."
Mallorca coach Vicente Moreno warned his side's win over Espanyol last week has given them hope of pulling off a famous win over their opponents.
"Against a team like Real Madrid, it's normal for the players to be excited," Moreno told a press conference.
"We have the potential to win and we are going to try to take advantage of it."

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