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Real Madrid vs Juventus live stream: Watch Saturday’s friendly online

By Emile Avanessian

Published: 15:51, 28 July 2022

On Saturday night (10:00pm Eastern; 3:00 am UK) in California, it’s a star-studded showdown between two titans of European football, Real Madrid and Juventus wrap their respective U.S. preseason tours at the Rose Bowl.

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How to watch Real Madrid vs Juventus:

The game is available to watch in the UK on Premier Sports 1, and in the US, via the FOX Sports App, FOX Deportes, Fox Sports 2, 

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On the heels of comfortably winning a second La Liga titles in three years and dramatically winning a record fourteenth European Cup/Champions League, Real Madrid have gotten off to something of a slow start in the 2022-23 preseason, with a loss in Las Vegas to ‘eternal rivals’ Barcelona, followed by a 2-2 draw in San Francisco against Mexican side Club América. This is all completely understandable, of course, as these have been Los Blancos’ only competitive contests since the Champions League final against Liverpool on May 28.

Despite seeing their four-year gambit to sign Kylian Mbappé (for now) go up in smoke, Madrid made a couple significant additions this summer, in the forms of defensive midfielder Aurélien Tchouaméni (€80 million from Monaco) and ex-Chelsea center back Antonio Rüdiger, who signed as a free agent. Madrid boss Carlo Ancelotti has said that the club’s business for this transfer window is done, though a couple of squad members (namely Mariano Diaz and Marco Asensio) could yet be headed for the exit, and speculation persists that a move for another forward could be in the works.

Juventus, meanwhile, unlike their fellow European heavyweights, are coming off of a nightmarish 2021-22 campaign, in which they were bounced from the Champions League at the quarterfinal stage by Villarreal, and finished an almost incomprehensible fourth in Serie A. The Bianconeri also kicked off their preseason in Vegas, on July 22, with a 2-0 victory over Mexican side Chivas de Guadalajara, before battling Barcelona, in Dallas, to 2-2 draw in which Moie Kean and Ousmane Dembele exchanged braces.

Also unlike Madrid, Juve have seen significant turnover in the roster. Gone are center back Matthijs de Ligt (to Bayern Munich, for a fee of €80 million), 28-year-old Argentine superstar Paulo Dybala (to Roma, on a free) and right wingers Federico Bernardeschi and Douglas Costa, as well as defensive mainstay Giorgio Chiellini, all of whom are off, as free agents, to (respectively) MLS’s Toronto FC, Los Angeles Galaxy and Los Angeles FC.

In their places come Brazilian center back Bremer (from Torino, for €41 million), winger Federico Chiesa (from Fiorentina, for €40 million), left back Andrea Cambiaso (from Genoa, for €8.5 million) and, on free transfers, Paul Pogba and Angel Di Maria.

After this showdown in the stadium that hosted the final of the 1994 World Cup, Real Madrid will return to Europe, to take on Europa League champions Eintracht Frankfurt in the UEFA Super Cup on August 10, in Helsinki, Finland, before kicking off their La Liga campaign on August 14, at home against Almería.

Juventus will also be leaving the States after this contest, though they will be off to Israel, for their preseason finale against Atlético de Madrid on August 7. Then, they too will then return to Europe, with just under a week to spare before their Serie A opener on August 15, at home against Sassuolo.

Real Madrid expected starting lineup: Courtois; Carvajal, Militao, Alaba, Mendy; Valverde, Tchouameni, Camavinga; Rodrygo, Benzema, Vinicius Junior

Juventus expected starting lineup: Szczesny; Danilo, Bonucci, Bremer, Sandro; Di Maria, Zakaria, McKennie, Locatelli, Pellegrini; Vlahovic

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Scoreline prediction: Real Madrid 2-0 Juventus

Suffice it to say Real Madrid will lose NO sleep over a couple of underwhelming preseason showings. That being said, meaningful football is fast approaching, and Los Blancos are probably eager to put in at least one impressive performance against quality competition before the games count. Given Madrid’s massive success last season and the stability in the squad  (their only real turnover has been the addition of two excellent players), and the uncertainty around Juventus, it’s tough to see anything other than Madrid to win on Saturday night. If Thibaut Courtois and the frontline defenders see meaningful minutes, Juve may struggle to break through at all.


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