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Real Madrid vs Granada: times, TV and how to watch online, LaLiga

All the info you need on how and where to watch the LaLiga clash between Real Madrid and Granada on Sunday 6 February at the Santiago Bernabéu.

Real Madrid vs Granada: times, TV and how to watch online, LaLiga

Real Madrid vs Granada live online: scores, stats and updates, La Liga

Real Madrid host Granada at the Bernabéu on Sunday with just one recognized striker in the squad and a cushion over pursuing Sevilla of just four points following the draw against Elche last time out and defeat at Getafe two weeks earlier, a game that brought an 11-game unbeaten run for Carlo Ancelotti’s side in LaLiga to a halt. Worryingly for Ancelotti and Madrid, the leaders have now dropped points in three of their last five and the hosts will be without Karim Benzema and Vinicius Junior on Sunday.

Real Madrid to pay for Benzema-Vinicius dependence?

Ancelotti has denied Madrid are reliant on the Frenchman and there is an element of truth to that, but only because the Brazilian has flourished so much under the tutelage of the Italian. Benzema has scored 24 in 28 games this season and Vinicius has chipped in with 15 in 31. Behind that is Marco Asensio with seven and Toni Kroos with three. Granada will fancy their chances of causing an upset if they can keep the Spain winger under wraps and prevent the German and Luka Modric from pulling the trigger around the edges of the area. The player likely to lead Madrid’s front line on Sunday, Luka Jovic, has managed one this season.

Granada have not been in decent form of late, losing two and drawing two of their last four and Robert Moreno hasn’t overseen a victory since before Christmas, when his side beat Atlético to cap a run of three wins in five. Their recent results have left Granada in 16th, a point ahead of Mallorca after the islanders’ 2-1 win over Cádiz on Saturday, and while their fellow Andalusians, Alavés and Levante are firm favourites for the drop, a result in the Bernabéu would provide a timely boost for the visitors.

What time does Real Madrid-Granada kick off?

The LaLiga Santander game between Real Madrid and Granada will take place on Sunday 6 February, 2022, at 15:00 US (ET) and 12:00 am US (PT). That’s 21:00 CET and 20:00 UK time.

Find out what time Real Madrid-Granada starts elsewhere in the world.

Where can I watch Real Madrid-Granada in the US and UK?

In the US and UK, the following television channels and online services will be broadcasting the LaLiga match:


UK: Premier Player HD, LaLigaTV, Premier Sports 2

Find out who is showing Real Madrid-Granada elsewhere in the world.

Real Madrid-Granada: live AS USA coverage

You’ll also be able to follow live-text coverage of the Real Madrid vs Granada match right here at AS. We'll be building up to the game from about an hour ahead of kick-off, before taking you through the action at the Bernabéu as it unfolds.


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