10 July 2020 22:31
Real Madrid will re-establish their four-point lead at the top of La Liga, with three games to go, with victory over relegation-threatened Deportivo Alaves tonight. Zinedine Zidane's Blancos need a maximum of three wins from their final four games of the season to become Spanish champions for the first time since 2017, for what would be a record 34th title. They'll be buoyed by the return of Eden Hazard, too, who starts on the bench, having missed the last two fixtures through injury, though defenders Sergio Ramos and Dani Carvajal will miss out due to suspension and Marcelo has been training alone. Those defensive absences shouldn't trouble the hosts too much, however, as they face an Alaves side that has managed only 32 goals in their 34 matches so far this season. Real Madrid vs Alaves kicks off at 9pm BST.
Watch a Real Madrid vs Alaves live stream in the UK and Republic of Ireland Premier Sports has the rights to show Real Madrid vs Alaves in the UK and Ireland in conjunction with LaLigaTV. Premier's sister site, FreeSports, will also show select La Liga games each weekend. Real Madrid vs Alaves through Premier Sports Access all the games in HD through your Sky box or using the Premier Player web player.View Deal It's available to all Premier Sports customers and any Virgin Media subscriber can sign up for £9.99 per month through their on-screen service - Home> Apps & Games> All Apps> TV Channel Upgrades on the remote. Home also to Italy's Serie A, Premier Sports is available to Sky TV customers for £11.99 per month, or a £99 annual charge, and has an online player available for the same monthly charge or for an £89 lump sum. Choose your Premier Sports package on its website, here.
It is quite easily bolted on to your existing cable package and includes the Connect service for watching games live on your smartphone, tablet, laptop or Roku box. The Basic package costs just $10 a month, and includes the main beIN Sports channel as well as beIN Sports 7, 8 and 9 – all in HD – alongside a range of entertainment services. Its dedicated Sports package will set you back $25 a month, giving you all the benefits of the Basic tier, plus beIN Sports channels 1 through to 16 – again all in HD – as well as its basketball service, beIN Sports NBA. Two other tiers are also available – Premium at $30 a month and Elite at $45 – for various movie and entertainment add-ons to your full sports package. Choose your beIN package and enjoy live La Liga matches all season. There are other options than acquiring beIN Sports via cable, such as web services fuboTV and Sling TV. The former is a dedicated sports platform, which offers a $45-per-month package including beIN Sports and its Spanish sister channel alongside a range of other sports, film and entertainment services. You can boost your channel list from around 80 to more than 100 – including beIN Sports 2 to 10 – for an extra $5 a month with fubo EXTRA. It also offers a free seven-day trial, for which you can sign up via the fuboTV website. Sling TV offers a less comprehensive package of beIN Sports channels, but can save you a bit of money. It comes via the Sports Extra package, which is a bolt-on to Sling's entertainment-focussed Orange and Blue services – each of which costs $25 a month, or $40 together. Adding Sports Extra to your Orange package will set you back an extra $5 per month, offering access to beIN Sports as well as ESPN Goal Line, ESPN Bases Loaded, Stadium, Outside TV, Motorsport TV and Univision TDN. You can choose your packages and get a free seven-day trial from the Sling TV website. (Image credit: Real Madrid C.F -:Ramos_y_Zidane_con_la_Und%C3%A9cima_Copa_de_Europa.jpg) All games will be live on Premier Sports in the UK and the beIN Sports network in the US. Real Madrid v Alaves, 9.00pm Granada v Real Madrid, 9.00pm Real Madrid will be looking to extend its first-place lead when they host Alaves at the Alfredo Di Stefano Stadium on Friday. Real Madrid currently sits one point ahead of Barcelona after Barca's 1-0 win over Espanyol on Wednesday. Real Madrid vs. Friday, July 103:50 p.m. ETbeIN SportsfuboTV (watch for free This is a huge game for Los Blancos if they can pick up the three points that will put them four points ahead of Barcelona and put them in a great spot in the La Liga table. Real Madrid possible starting lineup: Real Madrid vs Alaves Betting Tips: Latest odds, team news, preview and predictions Los Blancos need eight points from the final four matches to be crowned champions and they are clear favourites against a struggling Alaves side. Real Madrid vs Alaves Latest Odds Los Blancos have won their last seven home games against the side from the Basque Country and another success is priced at 11/50 (1.22) with bet365. Real Madrid vs Alaves Team News Real Madrid are without suspended duo Sergio Ramos and Dani Carvajal, while Eden Hazard has missed the last two games and the Belgian could be a doubt once more with an ankle problem. Real Madrid vs Alaves Preview The La Liga leaders have been in exceptionally strong defensive form since the resumption of the season, conceding just two goals in seven games and keeping four consecutive clean sheets. Alaves have scored just 12 times in 17 away games this season - the second-lowest total in the division - and they will surely struggle in the final third against La Liga's best defensive unit. Real Madrid vs Alaves Tips and Predictions You can watch La Liga live on the go with your iPhone, iPad or Android device through your bet365 account. Real Madrid are looking to maintain their lead at the top of La Liga with a win over Alavés. Los Blancos have taken all 21 available points in their seven games since the unscheduled league break, slingshotting them to the top of La Liga. Rivals Barcelona dropping points in their post-lockdown games allowed Real Madrid to sure up their lead in this season's title race, though any slip-ups could open the door for Barça to reclaim top spot as the season approaches its end. The team will be without Dani Carvajal and Sergio Ramos in this game due to suspension, though Raphael Varane has rejoined the squad in training and will be available. Alavés notched their only post-lockdown victory against Real Sociedad but it has been a string of consecutive defeats since then including a 6-0 drubbing at Celta Vigo. Babazorros are just above the relegation zone with just four games of the 2019/20 campaign remaining and picking up points at this stage is crucial to mathematically guarantee their La Liga survival. The odds seem tipped in Real Madrid's favor ahead of tonight's game considering league position and recent form, though you'll have to tune in to see who will come out on top in this La Liga clash. Read on for full details on how to get a live stream of Real Madrid vs Alavés no matter where you are in the world with our guide below. Real Madrid vs Alavés: Where and when? All eyes will be on Madrid's Estadio Alfredo Di Stéfano on Friday for this match which is set to take place behind closed doors. Watch Real Madrid vs. If you're intent on watching Real Madrid vs Alavés, but find yourself away from home then you'll run into problems when trying to stream your domestic coverage online from abroad as it's likely to be geo-blocked.