Real Madrid v Malaga Live Stream
Real Madrid host Malaga in La Liga at the Bernabeu this Saturday. Watch a free live football stream of Real Madrid v Malaga from 15:00 on October 19th.
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Real Madrid face a visit from Juventus in the Champions League next week and they will be hoping to secure a welcome fillip ahead of that contest. Carlo Ancelotti’s team are currently third in La Liga with six victories from their eight matches, but their form before the international hiatus was hardly spectacular by their own high standards, losing the Madrid Derby to Atletico before scrambling an improbable victory at Levante with two very late goals. Some may have questioned the logic of selling Mesut Ozil to Arsenal, but Isco has coped well with the pressure of being Ancelotti’s first signing and the match looks set up for the former Malaga man to play a major part.
Malaga have been a side very much on the up following the investment of the Al Johann family and the “Anchovies” finished sixth in La Liga last season. Berndt Schuster’s team made a modest start to the new season and they are still searching for their first win on their travels having drawn their third match of the campaign at Real Vallodoid and lost on their opening day to visit to Valencia. Among their summer business has been the signing of former Blackburn and Manchester City striker, Roque Santa Cruz on a permanent basis. The Paraguayan may be heading toward the twilight of his career but he is still a potent threat and scored in both meetings between the clubs last season.
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Malaga have traditionally struggled at the Bernabeu and they didn’t help themselves when having two men sent off in their 6-2 defeat last season. Surprisingly that wasn’t their worst result as a Cristiano Ronaldo hat-trick formed part of a 7-0 drubbing some two years previously. Malaga were 3-2 winners at La Roseleda last season but there are big odds on offer about a repeat on Saturday.
Latest Bet365 Odds:
Real Madrid 1/5