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We are in for an interesting end to what has been a strange season so far.

Real Madrid began their pursuit of winning ’11 finals’ with a 3-1 triumph over relegation-threatened Eibar which set the tone for the Men in White to challenge for silverware by the end of the season.

Looking at the patterns of how the season has panned out so far, here is a list of predictions for the rest of the season.

Courtois will win the Zamora Trophy

Thibaut Courtois has to be one of the success stories of this season (it was quite apparent he would turn his situation around but he still deserves the appreciation for not backing down).

The 2018-19 season was a big disappointment as the Belgian was unconvincing in his performances. The jinx continued as he failed to impress at the start of the 2019-20 season.

However, he has turned a corner and has been a big reason why Real Madrid is still in the title race. He has turned up big time with heroic saves and that has seen him concede just 17 goals in 25 La Liga appearances, having a goals-to-games ratio of 0.68, the lowest in La Liga.

Jan Oblak is the nearest competitor to Thibaut, having a goals-to-games ratio of 0.79. This would be the first time since Iker Casillas that a Real Madrid goalkeeper would be the recipient of a Zamora Trophy.

Courtois’ performances this season have not gone unnoticed, as the fans have applauded him and his recent form. Winning the Zamora Trophy would be a perfect individual accolade for him as a reward of his incredible performances.

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Andriy Lunin made his third loan move in the winter transfer market, joining Segunda side, Real Oviedo. In Spain’s Asturias region, he has finally found continuity. Oviedo manager, Jose Angel Ziganda, immediately placed his trust in Lunin. The young goalkeeper has started all nine of their league fixtures since arriving in January. Despite having tough loan spells at Leganes and Valladollid, Lunin is still seen as one of the top goalkeeping prospects in the world. He spoke with AS about his future and a potential return to Real Madrid after the season ends.

“I prepare myself every day to play for Real Madrid. I will do everything that depends on me to succeed and we will see what happens,” he commented. “As for my future, everything depends on Madrid. They told me that I will finish the season with Oviedo, and then we will talk.”

Lunin’s sole focus now is avoiding relegation with Real Oviedo. The club sit just 1 point off of the four relegation positions — something unfathomable for a historic club who have predominately played in La Liga over their 94-year history.