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Real Madrid vs Sevilla: how to watch on TV, stream online in US/UK and around the world

All you need to know about how to watch the LaLiga game between Real Madrid and Sevilla on Saturday, 22 October 2022

Roddy Cons
Real Madrid vs Sevilla, La Liga, 23/10/2022
AS English

Real Madrid will look to extend their lead at the top of LaLiga to six points, temporarily at least, by defeating a Sevilla side rejuvenated by the arrival, for the second time, of coach Jorge Sampaoli. The matchday 11 fixture at the Santiago Bernabéu kicks off at 9pm Spanish time on Saturday, 22 October (3pm ET, 12pm PT). Take a look at what time the game kicks off wherever you are in the world.

Real Madrid vs Sevilla live online: score, stats and updates, LaLiga Santander 2022-23

Where can I watch Real Madrid vs Sevilla in the US and UK?

In the US, the following channels and online streaming services will be showing Real Madrid vs Sevilla:

US: In the United States, the game will be broadcast on ESPN+, ESPN Deportes, ESPN Deportes+.

UK: In the UK, the match will be shown on LaLigaTV and FreeSports TV.

Find out where to watch Real Madrid vs Sevilla elsewhere in the world.

Text coverage of Real Madrid vs Sevilla, wherever you are

You will be able to follow all the action from Real Madrid vs Sevilla 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 Sevilla: how they shape up

Real Madrid haven’t won back-to-back league titles since 2006-07 and 2007-08 but already look to be in a strong position to do just that, holding a three-point lead at the top of the table over bitter rivals Barcelona. Their victory in El Clásico last weekend was followed up by a comfortable midweek triumph in Elche, despite VAR ruling out goals on three occasions. Carlo Ancelotti’s men have taken 28 points from a possible 30 this season and have won 13 of their 15 fixtures in all competitions, the other two ending all square.

It’s fair to say that Sevilla have not started the campaign as they would’ve wanted. Los Nervionenses have finished fourth for three consecutive seasons but found themselves in the relegation zone after a home defeat to Atlético Madrid at the start of October. Another loss at Estadio Román Sánchez-Pizjuán to Borussia Dortmund in the Champions League cost Julen Lopetegui his job; there is next to no hope of progressing in that competition. Sampaoli, who coached the club between 2016 and 2017, returned to the dugout and has steadied the ship somewhat, overseeing three 1-1 draws and a 1-0 victory in his four matches in charge, which have bumped Sevilla up the table to 12th. They’d be more than happy with either of those results on Saturday.

Real Madrid vs Sevilla: team news

Goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois is expected to return to the Real Madrid side after a back injury; Andriy Lunin has proved an able deputy in the last five matches. Captain Karim Benzema gave Ancelotti a fitness scare on Friday after pulling up in training, although it looks as if will be available. The Italian coach will have to decide whether to bring back left-back Ferland Mendy, rested in Elche, or give attacker Rodrygo a run-out; the Brazilian has impressed this term but has often found himself on the bench nevertheless.

Fernando and Tecatito have been joined in the Sevilla treatment room by Tanguy Nianzou, who was forced off in midweek against Valencia. Kike Salas was sent off in that game after coming on as a substitute and is suspended as a result, while Marcos Acuña isn’t yet fit to make his return to action. There is a place in the squad, however, for summer signing Marcao, who will challenge for a place in central defence.

Real Madrid vs Sevilla: Recent meetings

April 2022: Sevilla 2-3 Real Madrid

November 2021: Real Madrid 2-1 Sevilla

May 2021: Real Madrid 2-2 Sevilla

December 2020: Sevilla 0-1 Real Madrid

January 2020: Real Madrid 2-1 Sevilla

Real Madrid are undefeated in the last seven meetings between the teams, winning six of them. Sevilla haven’t won in the Santiago Bernabéu since a 4-3 victory in December 2008. 16 of the 17 clashes in Madrid since then have ended in a win for Los Blancos.

Prediction – Real Madrid 2-1 Sevilla

Who is refereeing Real Madrid vs Sevilla?

The referee for the game will be Alejandro Hernández Hernández.

Table

Table Pts. P W D L
1 28 10 9 1 0
2 25 10 8 1 1
3 22 10 7 1 2
4 20 10 6 2 2
5 20 10 6 2 2
Table Pts. P W D L
10 12 10 3 3 4
11 11 10 3 2 5
12 10 10 2 4 4
13 10 10 3 1 6
14 10 10 3 1 6
Leaders
Total goalkeeper saves
Shot assist
Fouls committed
Fouls received
Player receives a yellow card for an infringement
Recoveries of possession
Passes per game
73.6