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Real Madrid v Celta Vigo: Watch a Live Stream of the La Liga match
Real Madrid are currently 3rd in La Liga and will have to beat Celta Vigo to keep touch with the top two teams.
Real Madrid v Celta Vigo kicks off at 18.00 UK time on 6.1.14.
NOTE: Be aware that those without a Bwin account will need to deposit money in an account to watch Real Madrid v Celta Vigo.
Real Madrid v Celta Vigo is not available in the UK, Ireland, Spain, Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Argentina or Mexico but is available in all other countries.
Real Madrid have won 4 out of their last 5 matches and are keeping up with the top two teams of neighbours Atletico Madrid and arch-rivals Barcelona. Barca and Atleti are also the only two teams who have beaten Los Blancos this season.
Manager Carlo Ancelotti will have Gareth Bale back from injury and the Welshman is set to start alongside Cristiano Ronaldo who has already scored 27 goals this season. Fabio Coentrao will also be available for selection, however Raphael Varane and Sami Khedira remain injured.
Celta Vigo are currently just 1 point above the relegation zone and ended 2013 in terrible form, winning just 1 out of their last 5 games. The Galician team have only won 4 out of their 17 matches and will look to start 2014 with a win.
Manager Luis Enrique will have his full squad to pick his first XI. Celta Vigo will mostly line up on the counter and hope for goals from Charles or Alex Lopez who both have scored 5 times this season.
- Updated: January 4, 2014