Real Madrid vs Valladolid: times, how to watch on TV and online | LaLiga Santander 22/23
All the information on how to watch the LaLiga match that kicks off on Sunday 2 April at 10:15a.m. ET.
Real Madrid will be looking to find some form against a struggling Valladolid side at the Santiago Bernabéu on Sunday 2 April. Carlo Ancelotti’s side have huffed and puffed behind a rampant Barça all year and the recent Clásico loss at Camp Nou all but sealed the title for the Catalans.
Valladolid, under the orders of Pacheta, will know that a result in the capital would be vital in maintaining the distance between them and the relegation zone, which is currently occupied by three coastal clubs: Valencia, Almería and Elche and is just two points. Nice places to go on holiday but bad places to be in the league.
Here is all the information on the upcoming fixture:
What time does Real Madrid vs Valladolid start?
The game kicks off on Sunday 2 April at 4:15 p.m. local time
How to watch Real Madrid vs Valladolid
You can watch the game streaming online via ESPN+.
Real Madrid preview:
Are we saying the league title race is over? Let’s leave it to one side for now, because something has happened that we did not realise. Amidst all the chaos of the Clásico, city rivals Atlético Madrid have crept up behind Ancelotti and his team and sit just 5 points away. A shock result against Valladolid would surely put Carlo under even more pressure to perform and with the managerial merry-go-round batteries charging up to spin at full-speed, who knows what could happen is Pacheta’s side stick a last minute winner past Courtois.
There can be no room for complacency either, as Madrid take on Barcelona again soon after, before facing Villarreal and then Chelsea twice (my, oh my) in less than 3 weeks.
Real Valladolid preview:
Pacheta will want to spring a surprise at the Santiago Bernabéu and get back to winning ways, something they haven’t done since March 5 against Espanyol. Although they sit low in the league, Valladolid have won 8 games this season - more than anyone in the bottom 8 teams in the league. They have drawn 4, which is lower than Real Madrid and only beaten by Barcelona, so I think we are in for a match in which the away side won’t be sitting in their own box and soaking up the pressure.
Real Madrid vs Valladolid prediction time:
Shall I do it? I predict a 1-1 draw. Real Madrid may just be thinking too much about the Copa del Rey and Champions League double that they could use to salvage their season and for that reason I suspect Valladolid might grab a positive result.
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