Elche vs Real Madrid match time in IST, TV telecast channels with preview of La Liga 22 Feb 2015.
Carlo Ancelotti’s men will be looking to be on top league table with another win when they will face Elche on this Sunday. They have just one point lead against second place holders Barcelona. On this Sunday, the vikings will visit Manuel Martinez Valero for the second leg match against Elche. Most of eyes will be Cristiano Ronaldo as the Portuguese finally scored after 18 January. Ronaldo last scored against Schalke in first leg round of 16 in UEFA Champions League match.
Elche vs Real Madrid Time in IST Telecast Schedule
Spain: Canal+ 1 / HD / 30
India: Star Sports 4 / HD 4
United States: beIN Sports en Espanol, beIN Sports USA, beIN Sports Connect
United Kingdom: Sky Sports 5 / HD, Sky Go Extra, Sky Go
Australia: Foxtel Play, Fox Sports 4
Brazil: ESPN Brazil
Bahrain: beIN Sports Connect Arabia, beIN Sports Arabia 14 HD
Canada: beIN Sports Canada, beIN Sports Connect
Chile: ESPN Latin America Andina, ESPN Play Argentina
Colombia: ESPN Latin America Andina, ESPN Cono Sur
Denmark: Viaplay Denmark, Canal 9 Denmark
Ghana: Canal+ Foot, Super Sport 5 Africa
Norway: C More Live 4, C More Fotball
Netherlands: Sport 1 Select HD
Pakistan: Star Sports 4
Portugal: Sport TV2
Russia: NTV+ sport online, NTV+ Football
Sweden: C More Sport 1, C More Sport HD
Elche vs Real Madrid La Liga Match Preview Prediction
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- Possible Line-ups
Real Madrid [La Liga]: LWLLWW
Real Madrid: Casillas, Carvajal, Pepe, Varane, Marcelo, Silva, Kroos, Isco, Bale, Benzema, Ronaldo
The Croatian midfielder Luka Modric rejoined the team after long time injury but he will miss this match. Along with Modric, James Rodriguez is the player who will be absent for this clash.
The current world best player Cristiano Ronaldo finally ended his goal drought of 3 games after scoring against German giants Schalke 04. The Whites have now 2 goals advantage for the return leg which will be played at Santiago Bernabeu.
Real Madrid and Spanish goalkeeper Iker Casillas feels Ronaldo’s header in the Schalke win is crucial for his confidence. He said “When Cristiano goes on, two or three games without scoring, even though he continues to provide assists, it’s treated as big new.”
The home side were thrashed by Barca with huge defeat of 6–0 in last month, but come into the Real clash on the back of successive wins. They kept a clean sheet in both, too as triumph over Rayo Vallecano and Eibar moved them further away from relegation zone.