Osasuna - Real Madrid: Time and where to watch the League match on TV today


Real Madrid and Osasuna meet today, Saturday, at the El Sadar field on the occasion of matchday number 29 of the EA Sports LaLiga. The match will take place at 4:15 p.m.

Ancelotti's team, leader of the league competition, has never lost in its last eight visits to Pamplona. A balance of five wins and three draws makes a field less hostile where it always received an atmosphere of opposition and highly demanding matches.

Ancelotti assured this Friday that his team is "better than ever" before the final stretch of the season, since they are league leaders, are in the quarterfinals of the Champions League, where they will face Manchester City, and will recover after the international break the Belgian Thibaut Courtois and the Brazilian Éder Militao.

"With that I'm not saying that we won't come up short - against Osasuna-, which could be; however we must be exceptionally cheerful and fulfilled for the eventual fate of the following games," he featured at a public interview.

However, the white team travels without Jude Bellingham, who will serve the second and final match of his suspension, but with Vinícius Junior as a reference.


Osasuna, meanwhile, receives Real Madrid with expectations of returning to the path of victory against a top rival. Osasunismo is impatiently awaiting one of the most rivalry clashes of the entire season that could benefit the white team's closest pursuers. The locals appeal to the support of the stands for the football superiority of Ancelotti's team.

The situation in the table, with 14 points above relegation, allows Osasuna to play without ties. Despite the last defeat in Montilivi, the team has had a great record of results supported by defensive solidity. Until the last matchday, Arrasate's team had conceded a single goal in four matchdays.

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