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Real Madrid and Villarreal will clash in a top four La Liga showdown this Saturday.
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Villarreal vs Real Madrid Preview
A good deal is at stake for both teams in this one. The Yellow Submarine could finish in first place with a win here, while Real Madrid, who are currently in fourth, could slide into second place with a victory. Real Madrid will be playing without key defender Sergio Ramos, however, and Raphael Varane is also in doubt after injuring his shoulder, leaving Madrid far more short-handed than they’d like to be.
Despite going up against a depleted Los Blancos squad, Villarreal manager Unai Emery is expecting Zinedine Zidane and company to still be firing on all cylinders.
“They won’t be more vulnerable,” Emery said about Madrid. “To climb the table they need to win, and four days later play Inter in another important game. The Real Madrid that plays us and Inter will be the best possible. There will be forced changes due to injury or COVID, but it will still be the best Real Madrid. And when all of their starting eleven plays at 100% for 90 minutes it’s very difficult to beat them.”
Villarreal has won four straight, and five of its last six, getting a 3-1 win over Getafe just before the international break. Real Madrid beat both Barcelona and Huesca in October, but lost to Valencia, 4-1, just prior to the international break. When he spoke with the media before the match Friday, Zidane spoke about his depleted squad, and he expressed dissatisfaction with the league’s busy schedule.
“What I can say because I see it, is that the calendar is too much. I think about the players’ health. With all the games we have, they never stop. I’m worried. When any player gets injured, it is bad news,” Zidane said. “We know Sergio won’t be here. We want him to get well soon, the others are here and we’re thinking about the game. When you see your players get injured, it is the worst news for a coach.”
Gerard Moreno and Paco Alcacer will be leading the way for the Yellow Submarine, and they should see some opportunities with Ramos out. Here’s a look at the predicted starting lineups for each team:
Villarreal Predicted Lineup: Sergio Asenjo (GK); Mario Gaspar, Raul Albiol, Pau Torres, Alfonso Pedraza; Dani Parejo, Manu Trigueros, Vicente Iborra; Gerard Moreno, Paco Alcacer, Moi Gomez
Real Madrid Predicted Lineup: Thibaut Courtois (GK); Dani Carvajal, Raphael Varane, Casemiro, Ferland Mendy; Toni Kroos, Martin Odegaard, Luka Modric; Marco Asensio, Karim Benzema, Vinicius Jr.
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Indiana is hoping for another win over a ranked opponent when they take on Wisconsin on Saturday, but the Hoosiers will be without their starting quarterback in that game.
© Vincent Carchietta-USA TODAY Sports Quarterback Michael Penix Jr. is unlikely to suit for the Hoosiers again this season.
Michael Penix Jr. left in the third quarter of last weekend’s win over Maryland after he suffered a lower leg injury. Bruce Feldman of FOX Sports reported on Monday that the injury is expected to keep Penix out for the remainder of the 2020 season.
The exact injury has not yet been revealed. Penix went down after he was shoved out of bounds on a scramble, though there wasn’t much contact on the play. You can see the video below:
Man, Michael Penix was in some serious pain after that injury.
IU at Wisconsin next week so they need him bad…pic.twitter.com/cwk5OjfJlB
— Jim Weber (@JimMWeber) November 28, 2020
Penix was clearly in pain, which is never a good sign with a non-contact injury.
The No. 10-ranked Hoosiers have played stout defense this season, so they shouldn’t be written off without Penix. Still, losing a starting quarterback is always difficult to overcome. Penix has shown improvement as a passer this season and has 14 touchdown passes compared to just four interceptions. He’ll certainly be missed.
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Slideshow continues on the next slide 5/26 SLIDES © Reese Strickland/USA TODAY Sports 22. Iowa vs. Iowa State These in-state rivals went from 1935-76 without playing each other, but this has been a regular matchup since 1977. While Iowa has won the last four meetings in the series, we put it on this list because both teams have reason to feel good about things in 2019. When the schools meet in Ames on Sept. 14, it might have the makings of a memorable affair. 6/26 SLIDES © Jeff Hanisch/USA TODAY Sports 21. Minnesota vs. Wisconsin It's always a spirited contest when Paul Bunyan's Axe is on the line. However, we have a feeling things could get ratcheted up for the 2019 installment, at least from the Wisconsin side. The Badgers' 14-game winning streak in the rivalry ended last season when P.J. Fleck's Gophers rowed the boat into Madison and shipped out with a decisive 37-15 victory to get their hands on the Axe for the first time since 2003. 7/26 SLIDES © Joshua S. Kelly/USA TODAY Sports 20. Clemson vs. South Carolina Obviously a big deal to the good folks of South Carolina, this rivalry has been rather streaky since the 2009 season. That year, the Gamecocks won what would be the first of five straight over the Tigers. However, Clemson has returned the favor by winning five in a row — and the last three by a combined 146-52. 8/26 SLIDES © Kevin Jairaj/USA TODAY Sports 19. Oklahoma vs. Oklahoma State Who doesn't love them some Bedlam. Fans of Oklahoma and Oklahoma State football certainly do. This series has some great history that includes players diving into a creek to recover the ball, the mafia fixing games and plenty of high-scoring shootouts. About the only thing that has dampened this series is Oklahoma's dominance (88-18-7). The Sooners have won four in a row and 14 of the last 16 matchups. 9/26 SLIDES © Jeff Swinger/USA TODAY Sports 18. BYU vs. Utah This is dubbed the "Holy War," in reference to both school's having several members who are part of the The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. The teams even met in the 2015 Las Vegas Bowl, which became known as the "Holy War in Sin City." Utah leads the series 61-34-4 and has won the last eight meetings. Slideshow continues on the next slide 10/26 SLIDES © Mike Carter/USA TODAY Sports 17. Michigan vs. Michigan State Remember Mike Hart's "little brother" comment regarding Michigan State from a few years back? It's still kind of true, considering Michigan leads the series 70-36-15. After the Spartans won three straight from 2013-15, the Wolverines claimed two of the last three meetings and will host this year's version in Ann Arbor. 11/26 SLIDES © Brian Spurlock/USA TODAY Sports 16. Michigan vs. Notre Dame Sticking with the Wolverines, this is one rivalry of which they do not hold the advantage overall or of late. 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Pittsburgh vs. West Virginia Bad news first: The "Backyard Brawl" between Pitt and West Virginia has not been played since 2011 when the Mountaineers won their third straight in the series. Here's the good news: The rivalry will start up again in 2022. OK, that's still a ways to wait, but we know it's coming and it will be wild, heated and fun for more than just the fan bases of both schools. Pitt leads 61-40-3 over West Virginia. 16/26 SLIDES © Melina Myers/USA TODAY Sports 11. Florida vs. Florida State Since 2001, the Gators and Seminoles have split their 18 meetings. Now that's a rivalry. Of course, it wasn't like the teams were alternating victories. Florida won six in a row from 2004-09, and Florida State took five straight before the Gators ended the fun — and the Seminoles' lengthy bowl run — with last year's 41-14 rout at Gainesville. At the moment, it's about the Gators, but FSU should be hungry. 17/26 SLIDES © D. Ross Cameron/USA TODAY Sports 10. California vs. Stanford It goes by a few different names ("The Play," The Stanford Band Play"). That does not matter, but this is one rivalry that will forever be defined by one game and arguably the most improbable finish ever in college football. We are long since removed from that remarkable 1982 afternoon in Berkeley, but the rivalry is still pretty intense. Stanford, though, leads 64-46-11 in the all-time series of the "Big Game" and has won nine in a row. 18/26 SLIDES © Winslow Townson/USA TODAY Sports 9. Harvard vs. Yale "The Game" has been going strong since 1875. It's the one day of the school year when academics truly don't come first at these hallowed Ivy League institutions. The game day traditions at both schools are as much a part of the season-finale contest as the on-field matchup itself. While Yale owns a 67-60-8 advantage in the all-time series, Harvard has won 15 of the last 18. 19/26 SLIDES © Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports 8. Notre Dame vs. USC This rivalry is more about history than anything else, especially since the last five matchups have not been all that close — though SC did lead 10-0 in last year's meeting before losing 24-17. These are still two of the most storied programs that make it a point to play each other every year and treat the rivalry with respect — the way it ought to be. 20/26 SLIDES © Steve Mitchell/USA TODAY Sports 7. Florida State vs. Miami One reason this rivalry ranks high on our list is because for years the caliber of star players on the field at the same time was like a future Pro Bowl. From the various "wide right" — or "left — to Miami's impressive 2018 comeback from 27-7 down, the Seminoles and Hurricanes continue to thrill. Miami holds a slight edge in the all-time series. 21/26 SLIDES © Matt Bush/USA TODAY Sports 6. Mississippi vs. Mississippi State The rivalry game known as the Egg Bowl was first played in 1901 and is one of the longest uninterrupted such contests in college football history. Neither team is keen on the other, and that includes players, coaches, fans, anybody. It's also a Thanksgiving week — or weekend — staple. The Rebels lead the all-time series 62-45-6, but it has been relatively close with Mississippi State holding a 12-11 advantage beginning with the 1996 season. 22/26 SLIDES © Kim Klement/USA TODAY Sports 5. Georgia vs. Florida With Jacksonville, Florida, as the setting, one of the best scenes in all of college football happens when the Bulldogs and Gators meet each season. Though the name is no longer officially used, the "World's Largest Outdoor Cocktail Party" is the perfect description for the atmosphere and experience that is a Georgia-Florida football game. On the field Georgia has won the last two meetings after Florida dominated for years. 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fans, in general, can be and to what lengths they will go to support their teams. Alabama leads the series and has won four of the last five entering this year's meeting at Auburn. 24/26 SLIDES © John Korduner/Icon Sportswire 3. Oklahoma vs. Texas The atmosphere at the Cotton Bowl during the Texas State Fair in October is the perfect backdrop for the Red River Showdown. It's even better when both teams are good. That's been the case the last two years and should be again in 2019. Last season was extra special with these rivals also meeting in the Big 12 championship game. Let's hope we get a repeat in 2019. 25/26 SLIDES © Greg Bartram/USA TODAY Sports 2. Michigan vs. Ohio State This is another rivalry where the teams and their respective fans just don't like each other. While it's not quite as heated as, say, the Iron Bowl, it's still that one game each team is expected to win. Of late, it's all Ohio State, winner of seven in a row and 14 of 15. Last season was slated to be the year Michigan showed up and ended its series slide. Instead, Jim Harbaugh's guys were blasted 62-39 by the Buckeyes. The Wolverines should not be taken seriously until they are able to beat Ohio State again. 26/26 SLIDES © Bill Streicher/USA TODAY Sports 1. Army vs. Navy It's perhaps the one rivalry where records truly don't matter and respect is abound. The pageantry, emotion and tradition displayed annually between these service academies are always something to be seen. Navy leads the series 60-52-7, but Army has won the last three meetings by a combined 12 points. Then again, after watching the effort put forth by both teams, it's easy to see why this rivalry is about more than just football. 26/26 SLIDES