Isco Back In – Strongest 4-3-3 Real Madrid predicted Lineup To Face Legia Warsaw


6 goals from 5 different goal-scorers gave Zinedine Zidane’s Real Madrid their first win in 4 league games at the weekend. This win takes them level on points with their cross-town rivals Atletico Madrid at the top of the La Liga table. They will now face Legia Warsaw in a Champions League group stage game at home this midweek. After picking only a point from their trip to Germany in the previous group game, Zidane will hope that his team can make a statement a win handsomely against one of the weaker sides in the tournament. Here is the lineup that Zidane might field for this game on Tuesday:

Team News:

The manager revealed that Colombia international James Rodriguez, who missed the last few games through injury is now back fit and might play a role in this game. However, the likes of Casemiro, Sergio Ramos, Luka Modric and Fabio Coentrao will all miss this game, nursing respective injuries.

Keylor Navas:

A decent performance in the previous league game will give Keylor Navas a place in the side for this game against Warsaw.

Daniel Carvajal:

Showing some decent consistency in the right back position, Carvajal has been impressive in bits this season and will start for the side on Tuesday.


Another commanding performance in the weekend will give Pepe some much-needed confidence as he takes the mantle from the injured Sergio Ramos or this game.

Raphael Varane:

The French international has been solid at the back for Real so far this season and is expected to have a comfortable game against Warsaw.


Having picked up a goal and an assist in the previous game, Marcelo will be high on confidence for this tie and will hope to have a similar impact on the side.


Mateo Kovacic:

The former Inter Milan star was superb in the midfield in Real’s 6-1 victory at the weekend and will keep his place in the side for this UCL encounter.

Toni Kroos:

The anchor in the midfield for Real, Kroos, will have a huge role to play for this game as he will have to sit back and help his side set up their attacks from the back.


A brilliant performance at the weekend where he bagged a brace will give Isco another outing on Tuesday against Warsaw in the Champions League.


Gareth Bale:

Though he missed out in the thrashing at the weekend, Bale was influential in most attacks and will hope to get himself on the score-sheet this time around on Tuesday.

Karim Benzema:

Another of the goal scorers from the weekend, Benzema will hope that he can keep up his goal scoring form in this game at the Bernabeu.

Cristiano Ronaldo:

Still breaking records and becoming better, Cristiano Ronaldo was not at his best at the weekend but the Champions League is his territory and he will be pumped up for this game.

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