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Who wins the Copa del Rey 2020/2021?

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Copa Del Rey 2020-21

The Copa Del Rey is a Spanish Domestic Cup competition containing 126 teams. Founded in 1903, Barcelona have won the competition the most times, with 30 titles, with Athletic Bilbao in second with 23 and then Real Madrid in third with 19.

Unfortunately, last seasons competition was postponed before the final between Athletic Bilbao and Real Sociedad could take place; however, the final is set to take place around the back end of December. So, the current holders, Valencia, will be able to hold onto their crown for a longer margin, after they beat Barcelona in 2019. Before that, Barcelona had won the competition 4 times in a row. Real Madrid have won only two Copa Del Rey titles in the past 28 years, having been really poor in every campaign.

In my opinion, there are a few teams I could see winning the cup.

Firstly, Real Madrid, the holders of the Spanish League, the current league leaders with 4 wins, 1 draw and 1 loss. Having just beaten Barcelona in the El Classico 3-1 at the Camp Nou, they have set an early identity for how they are going to settle under Zidane this season. Karim Benzema is like a fine wine; just when you think maybe his career is coming to an end he starts firing again and this current season is no exception. A solid midfield of Casemiro, Valverde and Kroos or even Ballon D’or winner Luca Modric is tough to break, just behind them, a quick backline with Madrid legend, Sergio Ramos. Life in the UEFA Champions League has not started well after losing 3-2 to massive underdogs, Shakhtar Donetsk, but most will expect them to turn that around. One doubt I have about Madrid maybe winning the competition is their sheer lack of ambition for it.

Sevilla are the holders of the Europa League and under Julen Lopetegui have been transformed into one of the hardest working sides in Europe, never mind Spain. If they are to win their games in hand on Madrid, then they will go joint top of the league. With drop offs in class at Barcelona and Real Madrid in the last couple of years, maybe this could be their chance to either win the cup or even the league. Sevilla last won the competition in 2010.

Barcelona have been stated as the best team in the last couple of decades, however they seem to have peaked and are in desperate need of a rebuild. This will most likely be Lionel Messi’s last season at Barcelona and will surely want to finish with a trophy. Ronald Koeman will have to win a trophy if he is too last at Barcelona for more than this season and so winning the Copa Del Rey could be an easy way out for him.

Overall, the quality of Spanish teams has dropped off in recent years and so the gap between Barcelona or Real Madrid and the rest of the league is much lower.

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