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03 Nov

Real Madrid v Las Palmas Live Stream La Liga

It is round eleven for La Liga this weekend and on Sunday at 19:45 GMT the match between Real Madrid and Las Palmas kicks-off in the Santiago Bernabéu stadium, in what is expected to be a clear night in the capital of Spain.

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Real Madrid is on the lowest form since Zinedine Zidane took over the team. They’re eight points behind Barcelona and currently tied with Atlético in third place of the league.

They unexpectedly lost last weekend at Girona’s ground –a rookie team in La Liga. Furthermore, they suffered a big defeat in Wembley last Wednesday agains Tottenham by 3-1 in UCL.

Probably this is the worst start of a season ever for Cristiano Ronaldo as well. The Portuguese has kicked 32 times in La Liga but is yet to score more than one goal. Real Madrid as a whole has 150 kicks this season but only 19 goals. Barcelona, for instance, has kicked 114 times and has 28 goals.

Zidane has a long list of injured players, and important ones such as Gareth Bale, Dani Carvajal, Mateo Kovacic, Keylor Navas, Raphael Varane and his son, Luca Zidane.

Given this list of injured players and the amount of matches they have played in the last days, we expect some rotation of players by Zidane, but we will not see too much difference between this weekend’s and the team who played in Wembley.

Possible starting line-up: Casilla; Marcelo, Vallejo, Sergio Ramos, Achraf; Casemiro, Kroos, Modric; Asensio, Ronaldo, Benzema.

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On the other side of the ground we will have Las Palmas, who is not off to a good start of the league, or at least less good than what we saw from them last season with Quique Setién, who is shining in Betis nowadays.

Las Palmas doesn’t win in La Liga since mid September and has lost since then 6 matches in a row conceding 18 goals and just scoring three.

In the last 12 months, they have only won one game out of 18 in La Liga as visitors, and it was against Malaga one month ago. Now, they are sit in 18th position in the table so if they end this way, they will be relegated this season.

Pako Ayestarán won’t count with ex Barça junior star Alen Halilovic for this weekend, as well as Oussama Tannane. Jonathan Viera’s injury was confirmed on Friday and he will miss one month of competition.

Possible starting line-up: Lizoain; Michel, Lemos, Bigas, Castellano; Samper, Aquilani, Tana; Remy, Vitolo, Calleri.

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An interesting and surprising stat for this match is that Real Madrid is the second team of the league with more red cards this season and Las Palmas is the team who receives more faults, with 158 in the first 10 matches.

Real Madrid is the second team who creates more passes in La Liga, but Las Palmas is fourth no longer behind, so it will be interesting to see how both teams will want the possession.


The last match between them ended with a 3-3 draw in Bernabéu last season, with Las Palmas surely deserving a big win that day, but we have to go back to 2001 to see a Las Palmas win over Madrid in La Liga. The Canary team has never ever won a league match in Real Madrid’s pitch.


Real Madrid are always favorites in their home ground, although they’re not facing a convincing moment and confidence is low, but they’re playing against one of the teams who had a worse start of the season and seems that can’t figure how to win both as visitors and in Bernabéu.