Real Madrid vs Mallorca: how and where to watch - times, TV, online

All the information you need on when and where to watch the LaLiga 2021/22 clash between Real Madrid and RCD Mallorca at the Santiago Bernabéu.

Real Madrid vs Mallorca: how and where to watch - times, TV, online

Real Madrid can recover top spot in LaLiga with a win at home to Real Mallorca at the Bernabéu on Wednesday night. The side from the capital have enjoyed a strong start to the new campaign with four wins and just one draw in the opening games with Ancelotti's men racking up 13 points from a possible 15.

Mallorca, who are back in the top flight are enjoying a decent return to the Primera division with Luis Garcia's side in mid table with eight points following two wins, two draws and just a single defeat in the 2021/22 season openers.

Ancelotti pre-game

Ancelotti speaking ahead of the LasLiga clash warned that teams will always go through difficult periods, with his side included in the anecdote despite their impressive 13-point haul from five games this term.

"You always have problems, now everything goes well for us, but surely problems will come to us," Ancelotti responded when asked about Ronald Koeman's difficulties. "And a coach should focus on solving problems when they come.

"If we are able to maintain this attitude and with the quality that the team has, we will move forward. The spirit is the most important lately because we have always fought to the end.

"Winning comes first but if you play well you have a better chance of winning. But what does it mean to play well? For me the key is balance, playing well with or without the ball."

Los Blancos could record their best start to a league campaign since 2013-14 – also under Ancelotti – if they beat Mallorca, who have lost more top-flight games against Madrid than any other opponent (37).

Valencia CF v Real Madrid CF - La Liga SantanderVALENCIA, SPAIN - SEPTEMBER 19: Carlo Ancelotti, Head Coach of Real Madrid looks on during the La Liga Santander match between Valencia CF and Real Madrid CF at Estadio Mestalla on September 19, 2021 in Valencia, Spain. (Photo by Aitor Alcalde/Getty Images)

But Ancelotti refused to be drawn on questions of how his side compares to his previous team from his first tenure in Spain's capital.

"I must take into account the characteristics of these players, different from those of 2014, learn and try to put them in a good position on the field," he continued.

"That's the job. At the club they know me well and we're having a good time now I think.

"It is very good, it is a honeymoon for me. We will live good times and bad times but I will never lose the respect that I have for this club. "And the same way backwards. Difficult times will come but we will have a good time, just as it happened in my first stage here."

Valencia V Real Madrid - La Liga SantanderKarim Benzema of Real Madrid CF looks on during the Santander League match between Valencia CF and Real Madrid CF at the Mestalla Stadium on September 11, 2021, in Valencia, Spain. AFP7 19/09/2021 ONLY FOR USE IN SPAIN

What time does Real Madrid vs Mallorca kick off?

The LaLiga 2021/22 matchday six clash between Real Madrid and Mallorca takes place on Wednesday, 22 September at the Santiago Bernabéu, Madrid, kicking off at the local time of 10pm (CEST).

US (ET): 4pm

US (PT): 1pm

UK: 9pm

For elsewhere in the world, you can check here what time the Real Madrid-Mallorca game kicks off.

Where can I watch Real Madrid vs Mallorca?

In the United States, ESPN+ will broadcast the match.

In the United Kingdom, LaLiga TV will show the game.

For everywhere else in the world, you can see here what channels and/or online platforms will show the Real Madrid-Mallorca clash.

Real Madrid vs Mallorca: 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 as the action unfolds at the Bernabéu.