RB Leipzig vs Real Madrid: times, TV and how to watch online
All the info you need to know on how and where to watch the Champions League match between Leipzig and Real Madrid at Red Bull Arena on Tuesday.
Real Madrid will face RB Leipzig in Germany on Tuesday night knowing that they will end up as Group F winners with a draw.
Carlo Ancelotti’s men, who have already qualified for the round of 16, sit top of the table with 10 points, four ahead of second-placed Leipzig.
The match will kick off at 3:00 pm ET/12 noon PT. That’s 9:00 pm CEST and 8:00 pm UK time. Check out when the clash starts if you’re elsewhere in the world.
Where can I watch Leipzig vs Real Madrid in the US and UK?
In the US and UK, the following television channels and online services will be broadcasting Leipzig vs Real Madrid:
US: VIX+, Paramount+.
UK: BTSport.com, BT Sport 6, LiveScore App, BT Sport App.
Leipzig vs Real Madrid: AS USA live coverage
You’ll also be able to follow live-text coverage of Leipzig vs Real Madrid right here at AS USA. We’ll be building up to the game from about an hour ahead of kick-off, before taking you through the action as it unfolds.
Leipzig & Shakhtar fighting for the second spot
The Germans, who are sitting eighth in the Bundesliga, will secure their ticket to the round of 16 if they defeat Los Blancos in front of their fans, which seems a difficult task, as Real haven’t lost a game since the start of the season.
Shakhtar Donetsk are sitting third, with one point less than Leipzig, so they also have a chance of progressing.
Marco Rose’s men, who lost their first two games in the Champions League but defeated Celtic on matchdays three and four, are actually unbeaten in seven in all competitions.
Real Madrid: double chance to top the group
Meanwhile, the visitors beat Celtic, Leipzig, and Shakhtar in their opening three games and claimed a point against Shakhtar last time out.
Even if they lost to Leipzig, the current champions would also be the group winners if they beat Celtic at the Santiago Bernabéu.
Real Madrid also lead the table in LaLiga, with three more points than Barcelona, after defeating Sevilla 3-1 at home.
Leipzig will again be missing Lukas Klostermann, Marcel Halstenberg, Konrad Laimer, and Peter Gulacsi through injury, while Timo Werner will play.
As for Real Madrid, Karim Benzema will not be available for this match, with the Frenchman absent against Sevilla due to muscular fatigue. Dani Ceballos and Mariano Díaz will also miss out once again.