RCD Mallorca Vs Real Madrid: Live Stream And TV Channel For La Liga Showdown
Real Madrid will return to La Liga action on Saturday with a trip to RCD Mallorca, and here is how to watch the action LIVE.
Zinedine Zidane's side have had a superb start in their domestic league this season as they hold a two-point lead over fierce rivals Barcelona at the top of the table.
And the Madrid manager, who has been heavily criticised for his side's Champions League campaign, will expect Los Blancos to secure all three points against Mallorca at the Son Moix Stadium.
Here's how to watch all of the action LIVE in the United Kingdom on Saturday.
What channel is it on?
Premier Sports 1 will show all of the action LIVE from the Son Moix.
Premier Sports is available to Sky customers for £11.99 and Virgin Media owners can phone up to receive access to Madrid vs Mallorca.
Alternatively, fans can access the clash on the Premier Player for the same price. But they will also save up to £10 if they signed up for a year at £89.
The first three weeks of La Liga season were broadcast on ITV4 in the UK, but Premier Sports will now be the home of the Spanish league for the next three years after securing a deal.
Going forward, Premier Sports will introduce a dedicated La Liga TV channel in January.
What time is kick-off?
Coverage for the clash will begin at 7.55pm on Premier Sports 1 and kick-off at the Son Moix is scheduled for 8pm.
What are the La Liga fixtures this weekend?
Granada will kick off the return of La Liga action on Friday when they host Osasuna.
There will be four La Liga fixtures on Saturday, with Barcelona travelling to Eibar for the 12.00pm kick-off.
And Atletico Madrid will continue to push forward with their title challenge when they welcome Valencia for the 3pm kick-off.
After Friday and Saturday's fixtures, fans can tune in for five more Spanish league clashes on Sunday.
Friday: Granada vs Osasuna (8pm)
Saturday: Eibar vs Barcelona (12pm), Atletico Madrid vs Valencia (3pm), Getafe vs Leganes (5.30pm), RCD Mallorca vs Real Madrid (8pm)
Sunday: Alaves vs Celta Vigo (11am), Real Sociedad vs Real Betis (1pm), Espanyol vs Villarreal (3pm), Athletic Bilbao vs Real Valladolid (5.30pm), Sevilla vs Levante (8pm)
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