Real Madrid vs Espanyol Final Football Match 2023

Real Madrid host the first of four La Liga matches on Saturday, taking on Espanyol in the early kickoff. Los Blancos have an incredible home record against the Catalans, as Los Pericos haven’t won away at the capital city side this century. Real Madrid can make it 10 Bernabeu wins vs. Espanyol in a row this weekend and will try to put on a show once again, as those previous nine victories saw Real Madrid score 24 and concede just one. Real Madrid will be without the services of three players for Saturday’s La Liga clash with Espanyol. Ferland Mendy and David Alaba are definitely out of the contest at Bernabeu, with the duo continuing their recoveries from hamstring problems. Meanwhile, Karim Benzema will be absent due to a knock to his ankle, but the striker is expected to be available for next week’s Champions League last-16 second leg with Liverpool.

Antonio Rudiger had also emerged as a doubt due to a knock that he picked up in training, but the Germany international has been included in the squad and should start here. Eduardo Camavinga is likely to continue as the left-back, with Dani Carvajal set to come in at right-back after starting on the bench against Real Betis. Luka Modric was suspended last weekend but could also be brought back into the XI, with Rodrygo potentially starting through the middle on Saturday afternoon. Ancelotti has plenty of options in midfield, but Toni Kroos and Aurelien Tchouameni should retain their spots in the side, with Dani Ceballos expected to start on the bench this weekend. How to watch and stream Real Madrid against Espanyol on TV and online in the United States. The hosts have won 15 of their last 17 games against Espanyol in La Liga (D2) – they are the opponent the Whites have beaten the most in the competition (106) and the team against whom they have scored the most goals (387).

The LaLiga Santander duel Real Madrid vs Espanyol will take place at the Estadio Santiago Bernabeu on Saturday, March 11. For those living in the USA you can watch the game live on ESPN+, while for those living in the UK the match will be broadcast live on LaLiga TV. This Saturday’s match between Real Madrid and Espanyol kicks off at 14:00 CET, the local time in Spain. For those living in the USA, you can tune in at 08:00 ET / 05:00 PT, and for those living in the UK and Ireland you can tune in at 13:00 GMT.

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