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Real Madrid vs Mallorca live stream: How to watch Sunday’s La Liga online

By James Amey

Real Madrid vs Mallorca live stream: How to watch Sunday's La Liga online

Published: 8:40, 10 September 2022

Real Madrid will be looking to keep their 100% record going when they face Mallorca at the Bernabeu on Sunday at 1pm (UK time).

How to live stream Real Madrid vs Mallorca online:

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Where to watch Real Madrid vs Mallorca on TV:

  • UK: Premier Sports 1
  • US: ESPN+

After a 3-0 win at Celtic Park in the Champions League on Tuesday, Carlo Ancelotti’s side return to league action where they will be looking to make it five wins from five after victories over Almeria, Celta Vigo, Espanyol and Real Betis have seen the champions already move two points clear at the top of the table.

Mallorca have had a mixed start to their 2022/23 campaign, winning one, losing one and drawing two of their opening four fixtures, but are yet to concede on the road after a 0-0 draw with Athletic Club and a 2-0 win over Rayo Vallecano.

Real Madrid team news

Los Blancos will be without star striker Karim Benzema after the Frenchman limped off against Celtic in midweek, with Eden Hazard expected take his place in the side once again after replacing him early in the first half on Tuesday. The Belgian has started just seven La Liga games since the beginning of last season, but will be hoping to build on his impressive display at Celtic Park where he scored his first open play goal in the Champions League in five years.

Eder Militao is also set to miss out for the champions, with new signing Antonio Rudiger likely to start at CB alongside David Alaba, while Carlo Ancelotti could use this game to rest either Toni Kroos or Luka Modric with Eduardo Camavinga pushing for a start.

Mallorca team news

Mallorca will once again be without goalkeeper Dominik Greif who has missed the start of the campaign with a hip injury, so Pedrag Rajkovic will continue between the sticks. Iddrisu Baba, Amath Ndiaye and Angel Rodriguez are all doubts for the away side, while Vedat Muriqi will once again start in attack as he aims to make it three goals in his last four La Liga games.

Scoreline prediction:Real Madrid 3-1 Mallorca

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