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Los Blancos are unbeaten at home since May 2019 and have won all seven home games they have played since La Liga football returned in June.
The hosts are likely to be without the two recognised right-backs in the squad with Dani Carvajal and Alvaro Odriozola both injured, meaning Nacho Fernandez shoulddeputise, but Eden Hazard remains sidelined and yet to feature this season.
The visitors are without Iza Carcelen and Real Madrid youth academy product Luismi Quezada.
Having boastedthe best defensive record in La Liga last season, Real Madrid have picked up where they left off with three clean sheets in their four matches so far.
Goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois has been in exceptional form, making superb savesto ensure that Los Blancos' diminished attacking threat has not mattered.
Keeping a clean sheet requires - of course - only a single goal to win games, as proved the case in their last home clash with Valladolid.
Whilst Cadizhave scored in their last four league games, they could struggle to find the back of the net away to one of the strongest defensive units in Europe.
Real Madrid to win and keep a clean sheet is priced at 8/11 (1.72) and this bet has proved a regular winner for Los Blancos at home in 2020.
However for higher odds, consider backing Real Madrid to win and under 3.5 goals in the game at 9/10 (1.90).
This selection has paid out in 16 of Madrid's last 19 victories in La Liga and if we think they will triumph on Saturday this is a strong angle from which to back the Spanish champions.
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