Former Brighton forward Percy Tau could be set to lead the line for the Egyptian side. Real Madrid are heading to Morocco without six important players who are all ruled out through injury. Karim Benzema, Thibaut Courtois, Eder Militao, Ferland Mendy, Lucas Vasquez and Eden Hazard have all not travelled with the Los Blancos squad. Al Ahly vs Real Madrid: What has been said? Ancelotti wants to make the global Real Madrid fans happy by winning the Club World Cup this week. He said: “The Club World Cup is a very important event. To get here means you have done well.
With a full squad available to them, the team will cause Real Madrid troubles but they'll have to be careful as one defensive breakdown will undo the match. Real Madrid: Injuries are piling up for Real Madrid as Thibaut Courtois, Karim Benzema, Eder Militao, Lucas Vazquez, and Ferland Mendy all won't make the trip for the game. Courtois, Benzema, and Militao have a chance to be available for the final if Real Madrid make it that far. Real Madrid's scoring has taken a hit without Benzema this season so his absence could give Al Ahly a boost in the match while Los Blancos look for steadiness.
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Playing with a sense of belief will make Al Ahly a dangerous side for a Real Madrid team that has struggled to defend at times inviting more pressure than they're used to. Here's our storylines, how you can watch the match and more:How to watch and oddsDate: Wednesday, Feb. 8 | Time: 2 p. m. ETLocation: Stade Prince Moulay Abdallah -- Rabat, MoroccoTV: FS2 | Live stream: fuboTV (Try for free)Odds: Al Ahly +850; Draw + 350; Real Madrid -280 (via Caesars Sportsbook) StorylinesAl Ahly: Playing different types of games in their first two matches, Al Ahly excelled in both making it clear why they're unbeaten through 15 Egyptian Premier League matches.
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Al Ahly vs. Real Madrid live stream: Club World Cup prediction, TV channel, how to watch online, time, oddsGetty Images Real Madrid will enter the Club World Cup looking to get their form back on the right track after losing to Mallorca Sunday in La Liga play. Los Blancos have been struggling in the league trailing Barcelona by eight points for first place so the Club World Cup can offer a bit of a reset. Entering the completion in the semifinals will see them face an Al Ahly side that has yet to concede a goal in the competition so far. After leaving Auckland City and the Seattle Sounders in their wake, the Egyptian club will have a tougher challenge against Real Madrid, but they've already shown that they belong in the competition.
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