Real Madrid will be looking to continue their best ever winning run on 12 December when they will face Almeria in upcoming match of La Liga. The leaders recently registered their ninteith win against Ludogorets and qualified for the round of 16 in UEFA Champions League. Here is the match preview with time & TV telecast channels of Almeria vs Real Madrid. The previous record of 18 consecutive wins was set by Barcelona in 2005-06.
Almeria vs Real Madrid Time, TV Channels
|Competition||La Liga 2014–15|
|Date||12 Dec [GMT], 13 Dec [IST]|
|Time||7:45pm [GMT], 1:15am [IST]|
|Seating capacity||15,200 spectators|
|Home team||La Union|
|Away team||Los Blancos|
|Telecast channels||Star Sports 2, beIN Sports etc.|
According to Indian Standard Time, this match will start at 1:15am on 13 December 2014. While, its GMT match date and timings are 12 Dec and 7:45pm respectively. You can watch Almeria vs Real Madrid match live on your TV telecast channels LAOLA1.TV, Star Sports 2 etc. Given below is the list of telecast channels in other countries.
Spain: GOL T, Canal+ Liga / HD, Canal+ Yomvi
Argentina: ESPN3 South America, ESPN Play Argentina
Australia: Fox Sports 4, Fox Sports Play
Canada: beIN Sports Canada, beIN Sports Connect
Chile: ESPN Latin America Andina, ESPN Play Latin America
Croatia: Sportklub 3 Croatia
Finland: C More Sport HD, Viaplay Finland
France: beIN Sports MAX 5
Germany: Teleclub Sport live
India: Star Sports 2, Star Sports HD 2
Netherlands: Sport1 Select HD
Norway: C More Fotball, C More Sport HD
USA: beIN Sports Connect, beIN Sports en Espanol
UK: Sky Go, Sky Go Extra, NOW TV, Sky Sports 5/HD
Almeria vs Real Madrid Preview
The Whites have just two points lead with Barcelona after fourteen games. So far, they have collected 36 points in this season of La Liga. Real Madrid is also leading the number of goals scored in this competition as they have netted 51 times.
The vikings won the Champions League and Copa del Rey in 2014, are five matches short of the world record of twenty four back to back wins, set by the Brazilian side Coritiba in 2011.
On this Friday, they will play last match of La Liga this year. After this game, they will visit Morocco for FIFA Club World Cup 2014 competition next week.
Home side are outside the La Liga relegation zone on goal difference after taking two points from their last wight league matches, parted company with boss Francisco Rodriguez on Tuesday, with B team coach Miguel Rivera placed in caretaker charge.
Almeria are currently at the seventeenth spot in league table with two wins, four draws and eight losses, bagging 10 points in this competition. They will have home support in this game, but can they stop Real Madrid dominant run?