Zidane's men lost their first game 3-1 to Bayern Munich, while the Gunners have won all their matches so far.
Real Madrid manager, Zinedine Zidane, is looking forward to a much improved display from his side, when they take on Arsenal in the International Champions Cup (ICC) on Tuesday.
The pre-season friendly will be played at the FedEx Field, Landover (Maryland), with kick-off at 19:00 local time.
Zidane’s men lost their first game 3-1 to Bayern Munich, while the Gunners have won all their matches so far.
“In our first game, we saw some very good things. We have to think about tomorrow’s game and do exactly the same. We know that we’re up against a team that have more games under their belts than us.
“We continue with our preparations and are intent on getting more up to speed and doing as best as we possibly can in this second game”.
“We’re aware that Arsenal have played more games than us, but the important thing for us are the vibes.
“We want to perform as we did the other day, try and have possession and take as few risks as possible when out of possession. We have to get up to speed and here’s hoping it’s a good game,” Zidane told the club’s official website.