Real Madrid's coach Rafael Benitez reacts during the Santiago Bernabeu Trophy soccer match against Galatasaray at Santiago Bernabeu stadium in Madrid, Spain, August 18, 2015. REUTERS/Juan Medina
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Real Madrid will be looking to put a disappointing start to Rafael Benitez's reign in charge behind them when Real Betis visit the Santiago Bernabeu Saturday.Benitez's men could only manage a 0-0 draw away to newly promoted Sporting Gijon to start their league campaign last weekend, which already leaves them trailing Barcelona and Atletico Madrid by two points.A good start was seen as key to Madrid's bid to win just a second La Liga title in eight years with Barca and Atletico facing on paper a much harder start to the campaign.The game of the weekend comes at the Sanchez Pizjuan as Sevilla host Atletico Madrid in the first clash between Spain's five Champions League representatives of the season.Atletico have been tipped to once again challenge Barca and Real for the title this season, but were unconvincing in their 1-0 win over Las Palmas last weekend.
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