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Real Madrid v Malaga: Watch a Live Stream of the La Liga match (08/05/2013)
If Real Madrid’s most recent La Liga match is anything to go by, this should be a cracker. Los Blancos saw off Valladolid in a cracker, 4-3 on Saturday night and will be keen to put a little pressure on Barcelona.
Although Barcelona have all but wrapped up the La Liga title, Real Madrid do play twice before their Catalan rivals and could delay the celebrations.
Malaga meanwhile, are still in with a sniff of finishing fourth and whilst there are plenty of off field issues to overcome if they were to bag a spot in the Champions League, it would be a big boost to the club if they could finish this high up the La Liga table.
Real Madrid v Malaga can be seen live through a legal streaming service in partnership with Bet365. Click this link or the “Live Streaming” tab above for instructions.
Bet365 have some geographical restrictions on the online broadcast of Real Madrid v Malaga, whilst those without a Bet365 account will need to deposit money in an account to watch the match.
Real Madrid v Malaga is unfortunately not available in Spain, England and Ireland. But can be watched if you are located in any other country including Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Bulgaria, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Czech Republic, Hungary and Slovakia.
Barcelona will keep a keen eye on this match as they will become champions if Real Madrid fail to win.
This La Liga encounter is likely to be once again overshadowed by Jose Mourinho’s seemingly inevitable departure to Chelsea in the summer.
According to reports, only Michael Essien, Luka Modric and Diego Lopez are now on good terms with Mourinho.
Malaga will be eager to bounce back after a surprise defeat to Granada on Saturday and Julio Baptista will be looking to make an impression against his former club.
This could also be an opportunity for Isco to show his talents once again and should be an intriguing clash between two Spanish sides dumped out the Champions League this season by Borussia Dortmund.
- Updated: May 6, 2013