Real Madrid wrap up their pre-season this Wednesday at the Camping World Stadium in Orlando (7:30pm, 01:30am in Spain) with a duel with another Italian rival, Juventus, whom they hope will be able to play against. A good result in Tous to feel and shake off the bitter taste of last Saturday’s Clasico. Real Madrid will wrap up their preparatory games and tour of the United States in ten days before making their official debut of the season in San Mamés against “Vecchia Signora”, whom they clearly lost against FC Barcelona. in Arlington. Current La Liga champions EA Sports beat the 14-time European champions 3-0, scoring their last two goals in the closing stages as Carlo Ancelotti’s side suffered a Conceded a goal, he hopes to recover the conceded goal. Against Massimiliano Allegri, he was an eternally competitive opponent. The setback against Javi Hernandez’s side was Real Madrid’s first in pre-season in the US as they made a comeback with wins over AC Milan (3-2) and England’s Manchester United (2-2). 0). Even if it’s just a test, the new failure isn’t the best news for Valdebebas’ return to work. Ancelotti continued to try and fine-tune the new system to best suit Jude Bellingham. The England midfielder has started all three games so far, which has enhanced his role this season, this time in a midfield rotation where the Italian coach is still finding the best fit. Eduardo Camavinga, another player who has started all friendlies, could also rotate to make room for substitutes Toni Kroos and Luka Modric against FC Barcelona last Saturday. Ferran Mendy will be sidelined through injury and his place could go to a feel-good Fran Garcia, with Vinicius Jr. (who missed a penalty in the Clasico) and Rodrygo Goss in play Possibly leaving slots for Joselu Mato and Brahim going into Diaz. The opponent is Juventus, not very well-rounded in terms of pace of play, because in the pre-season in the United States, they played only one game, against AC Milan, which ended in a two-goal draw, since that game against AC Milan , they played just one game as FC Barcelona was suspended due to Curry’s outbreak of gastroenteritis. Torino are going through a somewhat complicated phase as they won’t even play in the Europa League, the Conference League, for the upcoming season after UEFA sanctioned them for breaching Financial Fair Play. The European double champion is struggling to rebuild after losing the Serie A supremacy, in which he finished seventh last year.