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Real Betis v Real Madrid: Watch a Live Stream of the La Liga match
3rd place Real Madrid travel to Seville to play bottom placed Real betis on Saturday afternoon.
Real Betis v Real Madrid kicks off at 15.00 UK time on 11.1.14.
Bet365 are showing Real Betis v Real Madrid live, legal and straight onto your computer via 101 Great Goals.
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Real Madrid will be confident about heading to Seville hoping to extend their 9 game unbeaten streak. Manager Carlo Ancelotti wants to keep the pressure up on Barcelona and Atletico Madrid who are only 3 points ahead. Especially after the stalemate between Barca and Atleti last matchday. Los Blancos manager Ancelotti has acknowledged that his team isn’t always playing amazing football, but insisted that the results are good enough for him, proclaiming: “We don’t always play fantastic football. We have a lot of matches coming up and to play well in every one of them is not easy. But the team is focused, working hard and keen to do well.”
Ancelotti will have the Ballon D’Or winner Cristiano Ronaldo back and available for selection and hungry about adding more goals to his 20 goal tally so far. Luka Modric and Gareth Bale also set to feature in the match.
Betis manager Juan Carlos Garrido, who replaced Pepe Mel in December, has a team that has only collected 11 points this season as Real Betis sit 7 points away from safety in last place of La Liga. Having lost in the Copa del Rey to Athletic Bilbao, Garrido needs to boost morale and hope that his team finally start turning the season around. The manager said: “I believe the cup match will have reinforced the team as they have performed well defensively and from an organisational point of view. We should come away stronger as the players know they worked well. They were serious contenders, putting up a fight right up until the final minute.”
Betis goalkeeper Stephan Andersen looks likely to play after being rested vs Bilbao and Joan Verdu will be assessed before kick-off, however Real Betis will be without Nono,Xavi Torres, Nosa Igiebor (hamstring) and Alvaro Vadillo.
Possible starting lineups
Real Betis: Andersen; Juanfran, Paulao, Amaya, Nacho; Nono, Lolo, Salva; Baptistao, Vadillo, Castro
Real Madrid: Lopez; Carvajal, Pepe, Ramos, Marcelo; Alonso, Modric; Di Maria, Bale, Ronaldo; Benzema
- Updated: January 17, 2014