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Live football streaming: Watch Real Madrid v Mallorca in La Liga
After finally leapfrogging Atletico Madrid into 2nd, Real will be looking to extend their winning streak against a relegation threatened Mallorca side on Saturday (1900 GMT).
Bet365 are showing Real Madrid v Mallorca 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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Jose Mourinho’s Real Madrid have had a turn of fortunes of late. In winning their last 6, they’ve beaten Barcelona twice and knocked Manchester United out of the Champions League.
18th placed Mallorca at home shouldn’t be too much of an ask for ‘Los Blancos’. However, they’ve picked up 6 points from 6 including a win over Sevilla.
Cristiano Ronaldo, Raphael Varane and Mesut Ozil have all been in scintillating form recently and will be difficult for Mallorca to handle.
Alfaro has scored three in his last two matches for Mallorca and will be supported by ex-Tottenham man Giovanni Dos Santos and Israeli Tomer Hemed.
Angel Di Maria is injured for the hosts and Kaka is likely to start in his place. Mallorca have no major injury worries and will come to the Bernebau desperate for points.
Mallorca will be buoyed by their recent form but Real Madrid haven’t lost at home in their last 36 games and are currently in a rich vein of form.
- Updated: March 12, 2013