Former Real Madrid defender: Zidane already a great coach

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If Zidane's team collect seven points from those three games they will definitely be champions, but despite the proximity of the prize the French coach confirmed he will continue his long-standing rotation policy by making several changes from the team which started against Atletico in midweek. "We look very good in LaLiga and are in the Champions League final, but it does not mean anything", said the Frenchman.

Three games over the next eight days will determine if Madrid can end Barcelona's dominance of La Liga.

He then oversaw a remarkable turnaround in the space of a few months, guiding Real Madrid to a morale-boosting win over Barcelona in El Clasico and then picking up the UEFA Champions League title.

"It's a game (v Sevilla) that's just as decisive as the others we have left and we're going to do everything to get the three points", Zidane said. We're doing well physically and mentally.

"We have to think exclusively about the game tomorrow". "We have to be proud of the players". While Barca have a superior head-to-head record, Real have a game in hand.

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Atletico's final European game at the Vicente Calderon before they move stadiums will be remembered for the fantastic atmosphere the supporters created as they tried to help their team overcome their arch-rivals.

Fourth-placed Sevilla are nearly guaranteed to qualify for next season's Champions League through their league position, although they need one more point to make mathematically certain. "It won't be easy, but while there's hope we'll keep fighting".

Zidane took over Madrid in January 2016 after he succeeded Rafa Bentitez, and was appointed on a two-and-a-half-year deal where he won an unprecedented 11th European title in his first campaign.

"We're working towards that, we're training well to be on top of our game". "If we do what we have to, I think we can become champions".