Real Madrid will be looking to maintain their unbeaten La Liga start when they host Celta Vigo at Estadio Santiago Bernabéu on Sunday evening (20:00 UK time).
Carlo Ancelotti’s men have claimed seven points from nine available heading into matchday four while their visitors are yet to taste a victory this season.
Real Madrid vs Celta Vigo live stream:
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Where to watch Real Madrid vs Celta Vigo on TV:
- UK: LaLigaTV
- US: ESPN+
Scoreline prediction: Real Madrid 2-0 Celta Vigo
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Real Madrid vs Celta Vigo build-up & previous line-ups:
Heading into matchday four Real Madrid sit second in La Liga due to boasting the league’s current best attack. At the moment six teams have collected seven points, and though no fewer than three hold a +4 goal-difference, it’s Real who sit at the top of that pile after bagging eight goals across their opening three league matches. As for this upcoming meeting, Real have not lost in any of their last 14 league games against Celta Vigo, winning 12 of those contests and picking up two draws since a 2-0 defeat on the penultimate matchday of the 2013/14 season. Back then current Real boss Carlo Ancelotti — who returned this summer after enjoying a spell at Everton — was sitting on Real’s bench.
Half of the sides in La Liga are yet to win a game this season. Among them is Celta Vigo who come into matchday four having collected just one point (a goalless draw at Osasuna on matchday two). This means they’ve now failed to win any of their last four Spanish top-flight games and ended the last two goalless. Never before have the Celeste side gone three consecutive league matches scoreless under Eduardo Coudet’s leadership. Away from home, Celta have picked up just one point from the last 27 available against Real Madrid, after accumulating eight of the previous 15 up for grabs in Spain’s capital.
- Real Madrid (vs Real Betis): Courtois; Carvajal, Militão, Alaba, Gutiérrez; Casemiro, Valverde, Isco; Bale, Benzema, Vinícius.
- Celta Vigo (vs Athletic Bilbao): Dituro; Mallo, Araújo, Aidoo, Galán; Tapia; Méndez, Suárez, Nolito; Aspas, Mina.
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Player to watch: Karim Benzema (Real Madrid)
It goes without saying Karim Benzema is the main man at Real Madrid following his performances across the previous three seasons. During those campaigns the French marksman accumulated 65 goals in 107 appearances. Last time out Benzema registered 23 goals, his most in a single season with Real since 2015/16 when he bagged 24 strikes, but it’s not only finding the net where he’s been valuable. After the opening three matchdays he’s been directly involved in five goals (scored two and created three), never before has Benzema enjoyed a better start in terms of goal involvement. If he features this weekend it will be his 13th meeting with Celta, in those previous outings Benzema has bagged six goals and five assists.
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