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Live football streaming: Watch Real Madrid v Espanyol in La Liga
- Updated: December 13, 2012
Real Madrid hope to bounce back in style at home to Espanyol on Sunday (1800 GMT) after their 2-1 loss in the cup against Celta Vigo.
Bet365 are showing Real Madrid v Espanyol 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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Real Madrid haven’t had a brilliant season so far. They’re currently in 3rd place, 11 points adrift of leaders Barcelona. To add to their woes they lost to Celta Vigo 2-1 this week in the first leg of the Copa Del Rey.
On Sunday they face an Espanyol side who have won only two league games all season. They lie in 19th place, winless in five new coach Javier Aguirre is still looking for his first win in charge.
If there was any time to go to the Bernebau it is probably now. Their league form is good, although they struggled to a 3-2 win against Real Valladolid last weekend.
Jose Mourinho has injury problems up front, with Gonzalo Higuain out and Karim Benzema a doubt, he may be forced into starting with youngster Alvaro Morata. Jose Callejon is expected to keep his place on the right with Angel Di Maria struggling to find form.
Recent results point to a one sided victory for Madrid. Espanyol have failed to register a goal in their last 7 meetings with Real Madrid. Over 2.5 goals have been conceded by Espanyol in their last 9 meetings with Real Madrid.
Despite Madrid’s recent erratic form expect an easy win for ‘Los Blancos’ at their fortress . In this fixture last season they ran out 5-0 winners. With Barcelona facing 2nd placed Atletico Madrid expect Real Madrid to post a similar score with the added incentive of gaining ground on the top two.