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Corrigan: Madrid extend Liga lead

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Casillas keeps Real from suffering Villarreal surprise at the Bernabeu

ESPN FC's Tommy Smyth breaks down Real Madrid's 1-1 draw with Villarreal.

Real Madrid's lead at the top of La Liga has been cut to two points after Carlo Ancelotti's men were forced to accept their first league draw of the season, 1-1, against a much-changed but equally-impressive Villarreal side at the Santiago Bernabeu on Sunday night.

Gerardo Moreno's second-half leveller secured the Yellow Submarine a point and ensured Madrid were no longer than only side in La Liga without a draw to their name. Cristiano Ronaldo had fired the hosts ahead in the 52nd minute from...

 By Rob Train

Real Madrid set to benefit as Villarreal rest stars at Bernabeu

The ESPN FC crew weigh in on the possibility of players striking in MLS, the role of Isco at Real Madrid and their preference between Rakitic and Fabregas.

The upcoming fixture calendar has been kind to Real Madrid, as they prepare to face a Villarreal side not-so-fresh from Europa League action.

Future opponents Athletic Bilbao and Barcelona also both will have played midweek matches before meeting a rested Madrid in the league.

Athletic face Espanyol in the Copa del Rey semifinals on Wednesday before welcoming Real to San Mames three days later, while Real don't face Schalke until March 10 with Levante at home on March 15.

Meanwhile, Barca play Man...

Real Madrid need Ronaldo, Bale and Benzema to get back to their best

Our panel examine Real Madrid's lead over its archrivals Barcelona and Atletico Madrid in La Liga.

Gareth Bale hit the nail on the head following Real Madrid's 4-2 friendly defeat against AC Milan in December when he said "sometimes when you go on a winning run you can get a bit complacent."

The Welshman went on to add that he and his teammates were "determined and 100 percent focused to win every game" as they prepared to return from the winter break on the back of a Spanish record 22-match winning run in competitive matches. Nothing seemed likely to stop a Madrid juggernaut that had been firing...

 By Rob Train

Modric return could see Ancelotti deploy 4-2-3-1 formation at Real

Our panel examine Real Madrid's lead over its archrivals Barcelona and Atletico Madrid in La Liga.

Good news leaps immediately to mind when reports suggest that Luka Modric may be in with an outside chance of making the Real Madrid squad against Villarreal. Obviously the Croatia midfielder isn't going to start, but the fact that manager Carlo Ancelotti is considering including him in the list on Sunday is, on the face of it, good news for Real Madrid.

If Modric is named -- the midfielder has been out for over three months, 22 games in total -- it would be purely to give him a whiff of the...

Isco's rise complicates Ancelotti's starting lineup at Real Madrid

The ESPN FC crew weigh in on the possibility of players striking in MLS, the role of Isco at Real Madrid and their preference between Rakitic and Fabregas.
Real Madrid coach Carlo Ancelotti praises his team's defensive improvements following their 2-nil victory over Elche.

There's a saying in Spain that footballers can "reparte los caramelos", or hand out the sweets. It's a saying that relates to Three Kings Day, when Christmas presents are traditionally handed out to children on Jan. 6 and where sweets are dished out in abundance at public festivals and parades up and down the country.

In footballing terms, players who can "reparte los caramelos" are players that provide luxuries. They treat their teammates, through clever passes and assists,...

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Ronaldo to leave Real Madrid by 2016; Arsenal pass on Brooklyn Beckham

Spanish journalist Guillem Balague believes Cristiano Ronaldo will leave Real Madrid in the summer of 2016.

All the latest and greatest rumours and tidbits on the transfer moves teams around the world will be making this summer.

TOP STORY: Ronaldo to leave Real Madrid in 2016?

If the January transfer window was something of a let-down, it may just be because the footballing world is preparing for a mammoth summer in 2016, according to Guillem Balague.

The Spanish journalist believes Cristiano Ronaldo will be staying at Real Madrid this summer, but could be on the move come the end of the 2015-16...