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Live football streaming: Watch Osasuna v Real Madrid in La Liga
- Updated: January 10, 2013
Saturday (1900 GMT) sees bottom of the table Osasuna host an out-of sorts Real Madrid side desperate to find some form.
Bet365 are showing Osasuna v Real Madrid live, legal and straight onto your computer via 101 Great Goals. Simply click on this link or the Live Streaming tab above and follow the simple step-by-step instructions to watch.
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Osasuna welcome ‘Los Blancos’ following a six game winless streak, in which they have picked up just a solitary point. However, in Real Madrid’s last 4 visits to Osasuna they have only managed to claim all 3 points once, losing twice in Pamplona.
Real Madrid are desperately trying to pick up a head of steam as they look forward to their last 16 Champions League clash with fellow heavyweights Manchester United.
Jose Mourinho is going through a difficult period at the club. 16 points behind Barcelona, Mourinho recently dropped the undroppable Iker Casillas. Casillas will definitely start against Osasuna as Antonio Adan serves his ban for being sent off early in their 4-3 win over Real Sociedad.
Real Madrid have won both their games since their return from the winter break and will be hoping this can help kickstart their season. A win against bottom of the table Osasuna is expected although past results suggest otherwise.
Sergio Ramos is missing after being sent off in their midweek cup demolition of Celta Vigo, whilst fellow defenders Pepe and Marcelo remain sidelined through injury. Number 2 Cristiano Ronaldo will serve a one match suspension after picking up his fifth yellow card of the season.
Osasuna welcome back Alejandro Arribas from suspension and could hand loan signing Miguel de las Cuevas his first start. Osasuna haven’t lost by more than two goals all season so could be difficult for Cristiano Ronaldo & co to break down. However, it would take a big shock for Osasuna to pull off any kind of result.