Real Madrid has now on enjoying 17 successive victories in all competitions. Carlo Ancelotti’s side are at the top of their game domestically and in Europe. Real Madrid are just one more win away from equaling the Barcelona 18 wins, all time longest winning streak by a Spanish club in history. They won’t accomplish that without a challenge though as they face Celta Vigo at home in the 14th round of this season’s La Liga on 6th December 2014. Should Los Blancos make their 18th win in all competition or once again Celta Vigo troubled the opposition as they done in the recent matches.
Real Madrid vs Celta Vigo Time, Telecast Channels in India [6 Dec 2014]
|Competition||La Liga 2014–15|
|Date||6 Dec [GMT], 7 Dec [IST]|
|Time||7.00 pm [GMT], 12.30 am [IST]|
|Broadcast & |
|Canal+ Yomvi, Canal+ 1/ HD|
Sky Go, beIN Sports en Espanol
Spain: Canal+ Yomvi, Canal+ 1 / HD
Portugal: Sport TV2
France: beIN Sports 2
India: Star Sports HD 2 Asia
Germany: LAOLA1. TV
Egypt: beIN Sports Connect Arabia
United Kingdom: Sky Go, Now TV
Chile: ESPN Play Latin America
Argentina: ESPN Cono Sur
United States: beIN Sports en Espanol
Russia: NTV+ Football 2
Uruguay: ESPN Play Latin America
Belgium: Belgacom 11+
Australia: Fox Sports 2 Australia
Real Madrid vs Celta Vigo Match Preview
Real: Casillas, Carvajal, Pepe, Ramos, Marcelo, Kroos, Isco, Rodriguez, Bale, Ronaldo, Benzema
Celta: Alvarez, Cabral, Mallo, Fontas, Castro, Krohn-Dehli, Orellana, Lopez, Radoja, Larrivey, Nolito
Madrid start the weekend two points clear of Barcelona and four ahead of defending champions Atletico Madrid and they have the opportunity to pull further away of both team.
The Whites will come with the intention to break the equalize the 18th win record of Barcelona. Madrid are currently on a 10 match winning run in the league and total of 17 matches in all competitions.
It is important to remember that Celta Vigo this season have beaten giants team such as Atletico Madrid, Barcelona and Athletic Bilbao all away from home.
Celta’s cup run hit a stumbling block with a surprise 2–1 loss to Las Palmas, which extended their losing to three games. Celts last won a match in competition was over a month ago Barcelona 1–0.