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Real Madrid - Granada: How to watch on TV, stream online | LaLiga

All the television and streaming information you need if you want to watch Real Madrid host Granada at the Bernabéu on matchday 15 of the LaLiga season.

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Two sides at opposite ends of the 2023-24 LaLiga table go head-to-head as leaders Real Madrid host 19th-placed Granada, who sacked head coach Paco López following last weekend’s defeat to fellow strugglers Deportivo Alavés.

Real Madrid vs Granada: Follow the live action here!

You can watch a live stream of Real Madrid vs Granada on fuboTV.

What time does Real Madrid vs Granada start?

The 2023-24 LaLiga matchday-15 game between Real Madrid and Granada will be played at the Santiago Bernabéu in Madrid, Spain, on Saturday 2 December 2023.

Kick-off is at 12:30 p.m. ET / 09:30 a.m PT.

Where to watch Real Madrid vs Granada in the US

In the United States, ESPN has the broadcast rights to the LaLiga clash - but don’t forget that you can also stream it on fuboTV, with the platform offering a free seven-day trial.

Enjoy Real Madrid vs Granada on fuboTV.

Real Madrid vs Granada: recent form guide

Real Madrid: last five games

  • UCL, 29 Nov: Real Madrid 4-2 Napoli
  • LaLiga, 26 Nov: Cádiz 0-3 Real Madrid
  • LaLiga, 11 Nov: Real Madrid 5-1 Valencia
  • UCL, 8 Nov: Real Madrid 3-0 Braga
  • LaLiga, 5 Nov: Real Madrid 0-0 Rayo

Granada: last five games

  • LaLiga, 24 Nov: Alavés 3-1 Granada
  • LaLiga, 11 Nov: Granada 1-1 Getafe
  • LaLiga, 5 Nov: Valencia 1-0 Granada
  • Copa del Rey, 2 Nov: Arosa 3-0 Granada
  • LaLiga, 30 Oct: Granada 2-3 Villarreal

Real Madrid vs Granada: prediction

It’s been a wretched season for Granada on their return to the top flight, as the Andalusian side have only recorded one win in the league all season. To make matters worse, the club were ejected from the Copa del Rey for fielding an unregistered player and are the only LaLiga side no longer in the competition.

A trip to the Bernabéu is the last thing Los Nazaríes need at the moment and things are to get worse before they get better for the Estadio Nuevo Los Cármenes team.

Prediction: Real Madrid 4-0 Granada


Table Pts. P W D L
1 35 14 11 2 1
2 35 14 11 2 1
3 31 13 10 1 2
4 31 14 9 4 1
5 25 14 7 4 3
Table Pts. P W D L
16 11 14 2 5 7
17 10 14 1 7 6
18 8 14 1 5 8
19 7 14 1 4 9
20 3 14 0 3 11
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