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Fabinho switch and Thiago revival will have Real Madrid concerned

It will not be particularly difficult for the coaches and analysts at Real Madrid to spot the weakness in Liverpool’s team ahead of Tuesday’s Champions League quarter-final. You can imagine Zinedine Zidane pointing at Ozan Kabak and Nathaniel Phillips before the game, telling his players: “There they are, the big lads at the back. Target them.” A few weeks ago, it might have been an effective strategy. Now, though, Madrid are likely to encounter an unwelcome problem. To expose Liverpool’s weakened central defence, they will need to get through a midfield that has been dramatically reinforced by the return of Fabinho and the revival of Thiago…

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