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A lot of attention will be on Real Madrid’s clash with Valencia this weekend.
The match will be the first between the clubs since the game at the Mestalla stadium back in May, which led to a stand closed after fans racially abused Real Madrid star Vinicius Jr.
Ancelotti has said ahead of the game: “The fans who come here have to come with maximum peace of mind, enjoy the game, which is going to be nice.
“Two teams that play intense football are going to play and the Valencia fans who come to the stadium will do so without problem and with maximum peace of mind.”
Meanwhile, Valencia had sent a letter to their club fans to be wary of troubling Vinicius Jr.
Ancelotti was asked about Valencia’s letter to their fans with tickets for the match in which they warned “there will be many cameras and many eyes on them” and urged them to “set an example”.
“We have not talked about this issue. We have only talked about Valencia, which is a good team, with intensity; We’ve only talked about this. Tomorrow we are going to try to play a game to the best of our abilities,” Ancelotti responded.