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A Rayo Vallecano player is still awaiting the results of a coronavirus test, so the second tier Spanish side’s friendly against Real Madrid on Wednesday has been called off.
According to Marca, an unnamed player produced an inconclusive test, and the confirmed results will not arrive until Wednesday morning, which would be too close to the start of the match.
As an extra precaution against spreading the virus, Rayo Vallecano players took part in a socially distanced training session on Tuesday.
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The friendly match, which was due to be played behind closed doors at midday on Wednesday, was set to be excellent preparation for the side who will play Mallorca this Sunday.
Both clubs decided to call off the match on Tuesday to avoid risking the health of players and staff.
Real Madrid still have some time to wait until their first match of the La Liga season, as they will be up against Real Sociedad on September 20.