Real Madrid will host the Ludogorets in the upcoming Champions League on 10th December 2014 at Santiago Bernabeu. The vikings will step into this match with intention of becoming the Spanish club with the most consecutive wins in all competitions in history, a record they are currently sharing with Barcelona as both clubs have 18 straight wins. The Whites are currently on the top in Group B while Eagles are at the last in the group. Will they become the first Spanish club with most consecutive wins. Let’s have a look on match time with TV telecast channels of this Champions League game.
Real Madrid vs Ludogorets Time, Telecast Channels
|Competition||2014–15 UEFA Champions League|
|Date||9th Dec [GMT], 10 Dec [IST]|
|Time||7.45 pm [GMT], 1.15 am [IST]|
|Broadcast & Telecast Channels||ESPN3, beIN Sports, Sky Go|
In India, this match will be live telecasted on Ten Sports Live at 1:15am on tenth December 2014. According to Greenwich Mean Time, it will start at 7:45pm on 9 December. Check out the list of TV telecast channels of this game below. Spain: C+ Liga de Campeones / HD UK: Sky Go Extra, Sky Sports 1 / HD, Sky Go USA: Fox Deportes, Fox Soccer Plus, SiriusXM FC Argentina: ESPN Play Latin America, ESPN Play Argentina Australia: ESPN3 Australia Brazil: ESPN Play Latin America, ESPN + Sur, ESPN Cono Norte Canada: Sportsnet One, Sportsnet World Now Colombia: ESPN + Sur, ESPN Cono Norte France: beIN Sports MAX 5, beIN Sports Connect Germany: Sky Go Deutschland, Sky Sport 8 / HD India: Ten Sports LIVE Italy: Sky Go Italia Mauritius: Supersport 5 Africa New Zealand: ESPN3 Australia Norway: Viaplay Norway, Viasat Motor Sweden Sweden: Viasat Motor Sweden, Viaplay Sweden
Real Madrid vs Ludogorets Match Preview
The Spanish giant is already assured of top spot in Group B after five straight victories, marking an impressive start to its European title defense. Real Madrid have won their last 8 home matches in all competitions and just conceded just 2 goals in their last 6 home matches. Real will also be aiming to become the first team in Champions League history to win all 6 group stage matches, on 2 separate occasions. Ancelotti’s men have scored 67 goals during their 18 game winning sequence with the Portugal forward netting 27 of those. Ancelotti said that “Cristiano is playing really well and he is in peak physical condition, he is extraordinary motivated at the moment.” But Ancelotti still wants to sign Lionel Messi in order to make a perfect squad of Real Madrid. Ludogorets are currently on a 6 match undefeated run in all competitions and conceded 5 goals in their last 3 away matches in all competitions. In the previous meeting at the home of Ludogorets, Real Madrid won the battle in a close encounter with a 1–2 score and this time Real will host the final group stage match in this season vs Ludogorets.