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Real Madrid Femenino vs. Rayo Vallecano: Starting Lineups, Time, & How to Watch

Las Blancas need to respond after a stretch of unimpressive performances.

Madrid CFF v Real Madrid Femenino - Primera División Femenina Photo by Diego Souto/Quality Sport Images/Getty Images

Real Madrid Femenino kick-off against Rayo Vallecano in the Ciudad Deportiva Fundacion Rayo Vallecano at 13:00 CET (7:00 a.m. EST). Las Blancas have been unimpressive since returning from the most recent international break. Real Madrid have drawn with Real Betis, been knocked out of the Copa de la Reina and drawn with Sporting Huelva. Las Blancas’ only win in that stretch came against Madrid CFF.

Rayo Vallecano have only won three of their previous ten matches but haven’t lost in their last five. They beat Sevilla 3-2 and drew with Atletico de Madrid, Espanyol, Valencia and Eibar.

Las Blancas will need to make adjustments and perform much better than they have recently if they are to get the three points from this match. Real Madrid only has six matches left in the season and points are becoming precious in the race for UEFA Women’s Champions League qualification.


Real Madrid XI: Misa, K. Robles, Peter, Kaci, Olga, Asllani, Jakobsson, M. Cardona, Ivana, Teresa, M. Corredera

Subs: Yohana, Thaisa, M. Oroz, Lorena, Samara, Ubogagu, J. Martinez, Claudia F., Ari

Theoretical formation: 4-2-3-1

Rayo Vallecano XI: Natalia, Pilar Garcia, P. Fernanez, Tere, Sheila, C. Anunon, Aedo, Saez, Isadora, Struck, Patri Hidalgo

Subs: Lola, Andujar, Iris, Bulatovic, Zaira, A. Catala, Elena M., Yasmin

Theoretical formation: 4-4-2

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