Athletic Bilbao vs Real Madrid live streaming
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Match: Athletic Bilbao vs Real Madrid
Competition: Spain Primera Liga
Kick-off time: 19:45 (UK time)
Stadium: San Mamés BarriaWatch Athletic Bilbao vs Real Madrid Live Streaming Via The Bet365 Live Streaming Service.
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Athletic Bilbao vs Real Madrid live streaming: Match preview
It’s been a promising start to the season by Athletic Bilbao.
They have only played two games but are unbeaten after a win over Leganés and a draw with Huesca.
As for Real, it’s been a case of Cristiano who?
3 wins out of 3 and 10 goals have been scored.
They’ve seen off Getafe, Girona and Leganés and the mood around the Santiago Bernabéu could hardly be better.
They’ll face CSKA Moscow, Viktoria Plzeň and first Roma in the Champions League but after a terrible La Liga campaign last season, they’re desperate to win back the Spanish title.
Can they make it 4 wins out of 4 at San Mamés?