Real Mallorca and Villarreal continue their 2023/24 La Liga campaign when they meet on matchday two.
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When is Real Mallorca vs Villarreal?
Real Mallorca vs Villarreal takes place on Friday 18th August at Estadi Mallorca Son Moix.
What is the kick-off time for Real Mallorca vs Villarreal?
Real Mallorca vs Villarreal will kick-off at 6:30pm (UK time).
How can I live stream Real Mallorca vs Villarreal online?
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Where can I watch Real Mallorca vs Villarreal on TV?
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Who is refereeing Real Mallorca vs Villarreal?
A referee has yet to be named for Real Mallorca vs Villarreal.
Real Mallorca vs Villarreal match preview:
Mallorca finished ninth in La Liga last season. It was their highest top-flight placement since the 2011/12 season when they ended up in eighth under Joaquín Caparrós’ leadership. Los Bermellones were indebted to Vedat Muriqi who registered 15 goals across 35 appearances. Lee Kang-In and Dani Rodríguez both contributed with six assists each. Lee, though, has since left for Paris Saint-Germain but Cyle Larin has joined from Real Valladolid where he bagged eight goals on loan for the relegated club. In the last 10 seasons, Villarreal has finished below seventh once; last time out Quique Setién’s men claimed the fifth spot, the fourth time during this aforementioned period. Nicolas Jackson was their main attacking threat with 12 goals but he’s since joined Chelsea with Samuel Chukwueze also leaving for Milan this summer. Pau Torres is another major departure but Alexander Sørloth, who helped Real Sociedad to a top-four finish on loan, joins from RB Leipzig.
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