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Real Madrid vs Barcelona in Liga F: how to watch on TV, stream online in US

All you need to know about how to watch the Liga F game between Real Madrid and Barcelona on Sunday, 6 November 2022

Roddy Cons
All you need to know about how to watch the Liga F game between Real Madrid and Barcelona on Sunday, 6 November 2022

Barcelona Femení have been the team to beat in Spain for the last three season but Real Madrid Femenino can move to within two points of the Catalans – with a game in hand – at the top of Liga F with a victory at Estadio Alfredo Di Stefano. The matchday 8 fixture kicks off at 6pm Spanish time on Sunday, 6 November (12pm ET, 9am PT). Take a look at what time the game kicks off wherever you are in the world.

Follow Real Madrid vs Barcelona live online: score, stats and updates, Liga F 2022-23.

Where can I watch Real Madrid vs Barcelona in the US?

In the US, DAZN will be showing Real Madrid vs Barcelona.

Text coverage of Real Madrid vs Barcelona, wherever you are

You will be able to follow all the action from Real Madrid vs Barcelona here on AS USA, where we’ll have minute-by-minute coverage. We’ll be building up to the game from an hour before kick-off, with team news and analysis. If your phone is connected, you’ll be able to keep up with how things are going.

Real Madrid vs Barcelona how they shape up

Can Real Madrid Femenino vs Barcelona Femení be considered El Clásico of women’s football or is it still a bit early? Atlético Madrid have been Barça’s main challengers in recent years, while Las Blancas have only existed under their present moniker since 2020. But there are plenty of signs in the early part of the season that Real Madrid are about to make the step up to the top level of women’s football, both in Spain and in Europe, if they haven’t already.

Madrid have made a blistering start to the new season, winning five and drawing one of their opening six league matches, their only dropped points coming in a 2-2 draw at Levante. They’ve conceded just one other goal and have scored more than three a game on average. As things stand, that’s good enough for fourth spot in the table, although the three teams ahead of them have played either one or two games more.

One of those clubs is, inevitably, Barcelona. The Catalans have bulldozed their way to three successive league titles and show no signs of letting up this season; seven league games, seven victories, 25 goals scored, only two conceded. For all that Real Madrid’s start to the campaign has been impressive, Barça has been just that bit better. Sunday’s fixture is an opportunity for Las Blancas to test themselves against the best and for their opponents to show who remains on top.

Real Madrid vs Barcelona: players to watch

Scotland international midfielder Caroline Weir has made an exceptional start to her time at Real Madrid, netting four goals in her first five league games and being named the league’s player of the month for October. Esther González and Nahikari García have formed an excellent partnership in attack, scoring nine league goals between them already, while the trickery of winger Athenea del Castillo is something to look out for.

Barcelona will be unable to call upon some of their star attacking names for Sunday’s clash, with Ballon d’Or Féminin winner Alexia Putellas still recovering from an ACL tear, while Mariona Caldentey and Caroline Graham Hansen are also absent. The onus to score could well be on Brazilian forward Geyse Ferreira, who joined the club from Sunday’s opponents in the summer and has made a good start to life in Barcelona, scoring four times in six league outings. Aitana Bonmatí and Patri Guijarro will look to control the midfield area as usual, while experienced central defensive pair Mapi León and Irene Paredes will be tasked with keeping the Real Madrid attack at bay.

Real Madrid vs Barcelona: Recent meetings

May 2022: Barcelona 4-0 Real Madrid

March 2022: Barcelona 5-2 Real Madrid

March 2022: Real Madrid 1-3 Barcelona

March 2022: Barcelona 5-0 Real Madrid

January 2022: Barcelona 1-0 Real Madrid

The teams have already faced each other on five occasions this year alone, with Barcelona running out victors each time. The Catalans have racked up some big wins in those games but head coach Jonatan Giráldez spoke this week about how Real Madrid have improved year after year and knows that this could be his team’s biggest test yet.

Prediction – Real Madrid 2-2 Barcelona

Who is refereeing Real Madrid vs Barcelona?

The referee for the game will be Marta Frías Acedo.


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