Real travel to relegated Granada; Barca take on Villarreal

Real Madrid heap more misery on Adams A weakened Real Madrid, minus the resting Cristiano Ronaldo, thrashed Tony Adams' already-relegated Granada 4-0.

Madrid remain behind Barcelona in LaLiga by virtue of an inferior head-to-head record, but have a game in hand, meaning matches at home to Sevilla and away at Celta Vigo - both teams who have beaten Zidane's men this season - are likely to be pivotal to the outcome of the title race.

Striker Morata feels the victory was a display of the squad's depth.

Madrid also play the second leg of their Champions League semi-final against Atletico Madrid midweek.

Atletico Madrid and Monaco will attempt to overturn daunting first-leg deficits in the Champions League semi-finals this week and publicly they insist they can pull off the improbable.

"I don't think about my own personal achievements, I want to win LaLiga and the Champions League as every other player in the squad does, it is going to be a very hard end to the season but we know if we win every match then we will be champions in two competitions", he continued. We know there are players who feature less but you can sense we are never less than fully dedicated.

And Casemiro said: "There are no easy games".

"Right-back? Lucas will play at centre-back in principle and we're still debating the best option for the right-hand side: it'll be a youngster or one of the midfielders".

Marshalled by veteran goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon, Juventus have conceded just two goals in the Champions League this season and offered Monaco's free-scoring attack hardly a sniff last week.

Neymar was in sensational form in his second game back from suspension and nudged Barcelona ahead in the 21st minute after pouncing on a deflected pass from Messi.

"Real Madrid are at another level to us, they've got some fantastic players but we gave it to them too easily in the first-half", said Adams.

  • Julie Sanders