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Real Madrid vs Huesca, 2020 live stream: Time, TV channels and how to watch La Liga online

Real Madrid host Huesca to wrap up what has been a tough and busy month of October. Madrid earned a statement win in El Clasico last weekend but they've also lost their last two home games, against Cadiz and Shakhtar. It's now time for Madrid to start gaining confidence, play better and just take care of business on Huesca's visit. The Belgian star played almost 30 minutes against Gladbach last Wednesday and was a bright spot, so he could potentially feature in today's starting lineup replacing Vinicius, who has been struggling a lot on the last two games. Zidane also has to start taking care of his squad as Real Madrid will face Inter Milan in what will be a crucial match next Wednesday.

Available TV: BeIN Sports (USA), Movistar La Liga (Spain) Real Madrid vs Huesca Betting Tips: Latest odds, team news, preview and predictions The Spanish champions have seen plenty of goals scored in their last three matches in all competitions and we are backing that trend to continue welcome to the Estadio Alfredo di Stefano on Saturday in as Zinedine Zidane's men aim to get back to winning ways. Los Blancos were held to a 2-2 draw by on Tuesday in the, while their last home league match saw them beaten by newly promoted Cadiz. In between those two encounters, though, Madrid won El Clasico 3-1 against and Zidane will be hoping his side repeat their Camp Nou showing this weekend. Real Madrid vs Huesca Latest Odds The visitors conceded a last-minute goal in the 3-2 loss on their last visit to Real Madrid back in March 2019 and Michel's men are offered at 15/2 (8.50) with bet365 to emulate fellow newly-promoted side Cadiz. Real Madrid vs Huesca Team News Right-backs Dani Carvajal, Nacho Fernandez and Alvaro Odriozola are all out for Real alongside Martin Odegaard but Eden Hazard could feature in the league for the first time this season after coming on against Borussia Monchengladbach.

Real Madrid vs Huesca Preview Real Madrid's last two home matches have seen them put in disastrous first-half performances from which ultimately they could not recover. Much has been made of Madrid's lack of a goal threat but they have managed to score at least twice in five of their last seven games, whilst Huesca have netted in three of their four matches away from home, with those strikes coming at, and. Backing action in the game on Saturday looks like a strong angle, but it is also difficult to oppose Real Madrid when playing at home. Real Madrid vs Huesca Tips and Predictions Real Madrid to win and over 2.5 goals in the game is priced at 19/20 (1.95) and looks like a strong way of getting the hosts onside. Eight of the champions' last 12 games have seen at least three goals and Saturday's clash is likely to follow suit.

You can watch La Liga live on the go with your iPhone, iPad or Android device through your bet365 account. Reigning La Liga champions Real Madrid return to action after a rollercoaster week to take on underdogs Huesca. Zinedine Zidane's team beat FC Barcelona 3-1 in El Clasico, but they have been struggling in the Champions League. The squad lost to Shakhtar at home (2-3) but then scored two late goals to draw 2-2 with Borussia Monchengladbach on Tuesday. Huesca, on the other hand, is winless with five draws and two defeats so far this season in La Liga, following promotion from the second division.

Real Madrid will be without Dani Carvajal, Alvaro Odriozola and Martin Odegaard, but Mariano Diaz was brought back into the squad ahead of Saturday's matchup. Huesca's Pedro Lopez and Mikel Rico are expected to miss the game due to injury and coronavirus respectively. Mir has contributed two of the team's five goals in their first seven games. Live stream available via beIN SPORTS USA, beIN SPORTS en Español and beIN SPORTS CONNECT U.S.A. Real Madrid faces Huesca in a La Liga match at the Estadio Alfredo Di Stéfano in Madrid, Spain, on Saturday, October 31, 2020 (10/31/20). Real Madrid escaped another Champions League defeat with a stoppage-time goal from Casemiro to rescue a 2-2 draw at Borussia Mönchengladbach on Tuesday. Madrid failed to cope with Gladbach's fast and fluid counterattacks as Marcus Thuram scored both of the German club's goals. Casemiro assisted Karim Benzema's overhead kick to give Madrid hope of a comeback in the 87th and then scored himself in added time. After a 3-2 defeat to Shakhtar Donetsk last week, Zinedine Zidane's team has one point from its opening two group-stage games ahead of playing Inter Milan home and away. Madrid has never been eliminated from the Champions League in the group stage. Gladbach conceded a late goal for the second game in succession after Romelu Lukaku salvaged a 2-2 draw for Inter last week. Marco Asensio hit the post in the opening minute of the second half, but again Gladbach clung on and again it scored, Thuram knocking in the rebound in the 58th after Thibaut Courtois kept out Pléa's shot off a Stefan Lainer cross. Gladbach was always keen to slow the game down and time was running out for Madrid to respond before Benzema scored for Madrid in the 87th with an overhead kick after Casemiro showed good awareness to head a wayward cross back to the French striker. That left Shakhtar on four points at the top of the group, with Inter and Gladbach on two points and Madrid with one. There were no fans in attendance for Gladbach's game against Madrid. Steve Nicol says Eden Hazard showed glimpses of why Real Madrid paid such an lofty fee for him in a 4-1 win. Eden Hazard finally opened his Real Madrid account this season with a stunning finish as Los Blancos beat Huesca 4-1 in La Liga on Saturday. Last weekend's 3-1 victory over Barcelona was Madrid's only win in four and came on the back of consecutive defeats meaning there was still a lot of pressure on manager Zinedine Zidane.