Celta Vigo vs Real Madrid: how and where to watch - times, TV, online
All the info you need on how, where and when to watch the LaLiga fixture between Celta Vigo and Real Madrid on Saturday 20 March, 2021.
Real Madrid have the opportunity to move into second place in the league on Saturday, ahead of Barcelona, while applying a little extra pressure on Atlético with the current top two both in action on Sunday. Ronald Koeman’s side facing a banana skin away at Real Sociedad while Diego Simeone’s leader host Alavés. To do so, Zinedine Zidane’s side will have to negotiate their way past a Celta outfit who have lost only one of their last eight and have been much improved since the arrival of Eduardo Coudet at Balaídos. Subscribers in the US can enjoy the game on Fanatiz.
Madrid are currently six points behind Atlético and two adrift of Barça with a Clásico on the horizon, sandwiched between a Champions League double header against Liverpool, and Zidane’s side have probably ridden about as much luck in LaLiga as they can reasonably expect if they want to remain in the title reckoning. Comeback wins against Huesca and Elche hardly smack of the imperiousness Madrid sides of yore and late, late goals were required to see off both sides. While the hallmark of champions is invention in the face of adversity, Madrid have too been accommodating defensively and not clinical enough in front of goal to regularly turn draws into wins, although Karim Benzema’s late equalizer in the Metropolitano could yet prove to be a decisive moment in the title race. Zidane’s 2020-21 Madrid vintage is not one that linger long on the palate of history, but they are still in the mix.
Celta are capable of the ridiculous and the sublime in equal measure, putting two past Atlético away a few weeks ago – no mean feat – but shipping four at home against Villarreal shortly before that. Coudet’s side shared seven goals in a game against Huesca that had “draw” written all over it then went out days later and failed to find the net against a weary Athletic side playing their second fixture in three days. But if Iago Aspas is firing anything is possible and Celta, finally are playing like a side worthy of their wealth of talent having avoided the drop by a single point last season.
What time does the Celta-Real Madrid game kick off?
The LaLiga fixture between Celta Vigo and Real Madrid will kick off at Balaídos in Vigo on Saturday 20 March, 2021, at the local time of 16:15 CEST.
That's 15:15 in the UK, 10:15 ET and 07:15 PT.
Find out what time Celta vs Real Madrid gets underway where you are in the world.
Where can I watch Celta-Real Madrid?
If the match is available in your country, you can click here to see what channels will show the Celta-Real Madrid game.
United Kingdom: Premier Player HD, LaLigaTV
United States: beIN SPORTS en Español, Fanatiz USA, beIN SPORTS
Is the Celta-Real Madrid game available online?
The Liga fixture between Celta and Madrid is available in most nations through the rights holders’ online platform, if they have one. The best option is to check who is showing the game in your country and if they have an online service or Ios/Android app to watch it on.
For example, Fanatiz is a dedicated streaming platform in the US and in the UK, Premier Player has a streaming service. Movistar + in Spain are showing the LaLiga games.
Celta-Real Madrid live on AS English
You can also follow our live text commentary here on AS English. We will be building up to the match an hour or so from kick-off before giving you a minute-by-minute account from Balaídos as it unfolds.
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