Atletico Madrid vs Real Madrid 7 Feb 2015 Match Time, Telecast Channels Info
Defending champions of La Liga Atletico Madrid will face city rivals Real Madrid in the return leg of the competition on this Saturday. Vicente Calderon, the home ground of Atleti will host this match. Look for match time, TV telecast channels of this upcoming Madrid derby.
Atletico Madrid vs Real Madrid Match Time, Telecast Channels
|Competition||La Liga 2014–15|
|Date||7 Feb [GMT, IST]|
|Time||3:00 pm [GMT], 8:30pm [IST]|
|Seating capacity||54,960 spectators|
|Home team||Los Indios [The Indians]|
|Away team||Los Blancos [The Whites]|
|Telecast channels||Star Sports 1, Super Sport 6 etc.|
Telecast channels of Atletico Madrid vs Real Madrid in other nation
Argentina: DIRECTV Play Latin America, DIRECTV Argentina
Australia: Fox Sports 1 Australia, Foxtel Play
Canada: beIN Sports Connect
Chile: DIRECTV Colombia, DIRECTV Play Latin America
Denmark: C More Sport HD, 6’eren, Viaplay Denmark
Finland: Viasat Sport Xtra, Viaplay Finland
France: beIN Sports 2
Germany: LAOLA1.TV, TeleClub Sport Live
India: Star Sports HD 1, Star Sports 1
Netherlands: Sports 1 Select HD
Norway: C More Fotball, C More Sport HD
Portugal: Sport TV1
Singapore: Fox Sports Singapore, Fox Sports Cambodia
Spain: GOL T, Gol Stadium
Sweden: C More Sport 1, C More Sport HD, C Sports Live
UK: Sky Sports 5 / HD, Sky Go Extra, Sky Go
USA: beIN Sports USA, beIN Sports en Espanol, beIN Sports Connect
Atletico Madrid vs Real Madrid 7 Feb 2015 Preview
Portugal’s captain Ronaldo celebrated his 30th birthday on 5th Feb who is likely to make return after 2 match bans. Against Cordoba, he received a straight red card and suffered 2 games ban.
Atletico holds record of three wins and two draws in the five match so far, although they still find themselves seven points behind the league leaders Real Madrid.
The vikings are the only ones who have not played any draw in domestic league so far. Out of 21 games played in this competition, the team lost 3 games without a single draw.
Atletico Madrid: Moya, Juanfran, Godin, Miranda, Siqueira, Turan, Gabi, Tiago, Koke, Mandzukic, Griezmann
Real Madrid: Casillas, Carvajal, Marcelo, Varane, Coentrao, Isco, Kroos, Khedira, Bale, Benzema, Ronaldo.
During last meeting against Sevilla FC, the Colombian forward James Rodriguez suffered foot injury after netting first goal. The club has announced his injury serious and could be not available for 2 months.
Cristiano Ronaldo could replace him. He is most likely to start against Atleti. Ronaldo is leading the list of Liga BBVA 14–15 leading goal scorers list after scoring 28 goals.
One more bad news for Madridistas, Sergio Ramos have a hamstring injury in midweek and the defender will undergo a late firness test to determine whether he will be available or not.