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International break leaves Zidane with just seven players

Real Madrid players will travel 127,000 kilometres over the international break with the Brazilian travelling the furthest and French players with the lightest schedule.

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Casemiro, de capitán en un partido con Brasil.
JOE KLAMARAFP

The first international break is upon us and it will mean Zinedine Zidane is left with seven players from his first team squad for training. The injury crisis which has claimed Isco, James, Rodrygo, Brahim and Asensio along with Hazard as its victims leaves Zidane with a very thin group of players to work with in Valdebebad for the next week. They train on Wednesday morning at 11:00 with 14 members of their first team missing.

Aside from the enormous time commitment, the players will travel a total of 127,000 kilometres over the break. The ones who will travel the longest are Militao, Casemiro and Vinicius, who will make his Brazilian squad debut. They travel 20,295 km to play Colombia in Miami and then Peru in Los Angeles.

Kilómetros que recorrerán los internacionales del Real Madrid

JugadoresSelecciónKm.
Areola y VaraneFrancia2.126
BaleGales2.424
KroosAlemania4.434
JovicSerbia4.472
Carvajal y RamosEspaña5.423
Courtois y HazardBélgica5.793
ModricCroacia9.184
ValverdeUruguay18.877
Militao, Casemiro y ViniciusBrasil20.295
TOTAL1126.960

1En selecciones con más de un representante, los kilómetros están multiplicados por el número de jugadores para obtener la suma total.

Fuente: elaboración propia con datos de greatcirclemapper.net.

Valverde will travel 18,877 km to play against Keylor Navas' Costa Rica in San José and then on to a meeting with United States in St. Louis, Missouri.

El calendario de los internacionales madridistas

DayDateTime*GameVenue
Thursday5-sep.20:45Romanis-SpainBucarest
Friday6-sep.20:45Wales-AzerbaijanCardiff
Friday6-sep.20:45Germany-HollandHamburg
Friday6-sep.20:45San Marino-BelgiumSerravalle
Friday6-sep.20:45Slovakia-CroatiaTrnava
Saturday7-sep.3:30Brazil-ColombiaMiami
Saturday7-sep.4:00Costa Rica-UruguaySan José
Saturday7-sep.20:45Serbia-PortugalBelgrade
Saturday7-sep.20:45France-AlbaniaSaint-Denis
Sunday8-sep.20:45Spain-Faroe IslandsGijón
Monday9-sep.18:00Azerbaijan-CroatiaBakú
Monday9-sep.20:45INorthern Ireland-GermanyBelfast
Monday9-sep.20:45Wales-BelarusCardiff
Monday9-sep.20:45Scotland-BelgiumGlasgow
Tuesday10-sep.20:45Luxemburg-SerbiaLuxemburg
Tuesday10-sep.20:45France-AndorraSaint-Denis
Wednesday11-sep.2:00United States-UruguaySt. Louis (Missouri)
Wednesday11-sep.5:30Peru-BrazilLos Ángeles

*Spanish time.

European with a lighter travel schedule but still taxing

The South Americans will only play friendlies between now and March 2020 when they begin their pursuit of a place in the World Cup 2022 in Qatar. The European players have two games in Euro 2020 qualification aside from Bale's Wales who don't play in the second fixture date. They will, however, take advantage of the chance to play a friendly against Belarus in Cardiff.

Those with the lightest travel schedule are Areola and Varane, who flew to PAris for game against Albania and then Andorra. A little over 2,000 km for each one. In comparison, Modric will travel close to 10,000 km with Croatia as they play Slovakia and Azerbaijan. Carvajal and Ramos will play against Romania and then in Gijón against the Faroe Islands.

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