Real Madrid v Mallorca live stream: How to watch La Liga online
Real Madrid and Mallorca face off in a La Liga showdown at the Santiago Bernabéu on Wednesday (6:15pm, UK time).
How to live stream Real Madrid vs Mallorca online:
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Real Madrid vs Mallorca odds
*Odds correct as of 09:00 on January 3rd
Heading into this latest La Liga round, Real Madrid sit atop the table on 45 points, level on points with Girona through 18 matches. The hosts won 1-0 at Deportivo Alavés last time out, extending their undefeated run to 12 (nine wins and three draws). At home this season, Los Blancos are unbeaten, with seven wins and one draw, and have conceded just four times and averaging 2.6 goals per game. Infact, Madrid haven’t lost any of their last 18 home games in all competitions (W15 D3) and, should they avoid defeat here, they would equal their best home run with Carlo Ancelotti in charge (19 between April 2022 and February 2023 – W14 D5).
As for Mallorca, they beat Osasuna 3-2 at home in their last La Liga match to extend their unbeaten streak to five (two wins and three draws), leaving them in 14th place on 18 points. They will be looking to end a six-match away winless streak (two draws and four losses) and make it back-to-back victories against Real Madrid for the first time since 2001 having won the previous meeting 0-1 back in February last year.
Real Madrid vs Mallorca predictions
Real Madrid vs Mallorca: Predictions
|7/5 with BetGoodwin
|20/1 with Midnite
|23/5 with Bet UK
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The stats behind our Real Madrid vs Mallorca predictions:
- Real Madrid have won seven of their last 10 games against Mallorca by two or more goals
- Real Madrid have won seven of their eight La Liga home games this season.
- Jude Bellingham has 13 goals in 16 LaLiga appearances.
- Los Blancos are unbeaten in their last 18 home games across all competitions.
- Mallorca have not won any of their last six away games in the league (D2, L4).
Real Madrid vs Mallorca match tip
Rodrygo is on fire. Since the start of November, the Brazilian has scored eight goals and provided five assists in his nine appearances across all competitions for Real Madrid and has scored in each of his last five games at the Santiago Bernabéu in all competitions.
Real Madrid vs Mallorca team news
Real Madrid team news
|Nacho Fernandez, Ferland Mendy, Éder Militão, Thibaut Courtois
Nacho Fernandez serves a suspension here while Ferland Mendy and Éder Militão are also missing from Real Madrid’s defence. Thibaut Courtois remains out.
Mallorca team news
|Jaume Costa, Vedat Muriqi, Martin Valjent
Mallorca visit Real Madrid without the suspended Jaume Costa and injured pair Vedat Muriqi and Martin Valjent.
Real Madrid vs Mallorca head-to-head record
- 05/02/2023 – Real Mallorca 1-0 Real Madrid – La Liga
- 11/09/2022 – Real Madrid 4-1 Real Mallorca – La Liga
- 14/03/2022 – Real Mallorca 0-3 Real Madrid – La Liga
- 22/09/2021 – Real Madrid 6-1 Real Mallorca – La Liga
- 24/06/2020 – Real Madrid 2-0 Real Mallorca – La Liga
Real Madrid lost their last match against Mallorca in La Liga 0-1 last February; they have only once lost two in a row in the top-flight to the Balearics between 2000 and 2001 with Vicente del Bosque and Luis Aragonés as coaches respectively.