On Saturday, 29th November 2014, Real Madrid will be looking to register their 16th successive win when they take on Malaga in next La Liga match. Malaga sit in 6th position in league with 9 points behind the Whites. It will be the real test and a probable candidate to stop Real Madrid’s current 15 match winning streak in all competitions. The European Champions come into this match with 1–0 Champions League success against Basel while Malaga will come on the back of loss against Atletico Madrid. Can Carlo Ancelotti’s side will break the previous record? Take a look at the advantages of Real Madrid and Malaga below.
Malaga vs Real Madrid Time, Telecast Channels
|Competition||La Liga 2014–15|
|Date||29 Nov [GMT], 30 Nov [IST]|
|Time||7.00 pm [GMT], 12.30 am [IST]|
|Canal+ Yomvi, GOL T,|
Star Sports 2, Sky Sports 5/HD
Spain: Canal+ Yomvi, Gol T
India: Star Sports 2
Portugal: Sport TV2
Italy: Fox Sports Plus HD
United Kingdom: Sky Sports 5/HD, Sky Go Extra
Germany: TeleClub Sport Live, LAOLA1. TV
France: beIN Sports 2
United States: beIN Sports en Espanol, beIN Sports USA
Belgium: Belgacom 11+
Argentina: DIRECTV Play Latin America
Australia: Fox Sports 5 Australia
Egypt: beIN Sports Arabia 14 HD
Greece: OTE Sport 2
Mexico: Planeta Futbol
Russia: Setanta Sports Eurasia
Malaga vs Real Madrid Match Preview
A win on Saturday against Malaga at La Rosaleda won’t be just another win for Real Madrid but it will be the win that breaks the club record for consecutive victories.
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In the 1960s, Los Blancos won 15 games in a row when managed by Miguel Munoz. Real repeated the feat three years ago, when Jose Mourinho was in charge and now, Carlo Ancelotti has joined those two in the club’s record books and definitely Ancelotti will be looking for another win from here to register his name on the top.
History tells, Malaga doesn’t pose much threat to Real Madrid with just 1 win for Malaga in the last 9 meetings at La Rosaleda. However, with Malaga’s recent form, including a 5 match winning streak in La Liga just ended last week against Atletico Madrid.
Many think that Anchovies momentum hasn’t stopped just yet as they have been grinding out the results week in and week out with their tough, physical brand of football.