Although they may not be the only reasons behind it, it is quite clear that the absences of key players have played a very important role in Real Madrid's recent crisis. Luckily enough, our players are getting back for the crucial stage of the season. Luka Modric wore the white T-shirt again last Tuesday, after having missed nearly four months of competition, and it seems that Sergio Ramos could be back on Sunday against Levante, just a week before the Clásico.
<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" lang="es"><p>Ramos está listo para volver a jugar. Gran noticia para el Real Madrid, que le necesita. Mañana último entrenamiento antes del Levante</p>— Mario Torrejón (@mariotorrejon) <a href="https://twitter.com/mariotorrejon/status/576389732743122945">marzo 13, 2015</a></blockquote>
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As Cadena Ser reporter Mario Torrejón claims, Sergio is ready to play and will have a chance on Sunday. We will have to wait until Ancelotti's press conference tomorrow to have an official confirmation of this fact and to know whether the #4 will be a starter or sit on the bench to get some minutes in the second half. In any case, Ramos' recovery is a huge upgrade for Los Blancos, who might be able to use their best possible lineup to conquer the Camp Nou.