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Real Madrid Vs Leganes: Live Stream And TV Channel Info For Clash At Santiago Bernabeu

Adnan Riaz

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Real Madrid Vs Leganes: Live Stream And TV Channel Info For Clash At Santiago Bernabeu

Real Madrid will hope to bounce back from their La Liga defeat when they host Leganes on Wednesday, and here is how to watch the action LIVE.

Zinedine Zidane's men suffered a shock 1-0 defeat to RCD Mallorca and have fallen to sixth in La Liga.

While Los Blancos managed to secure a 1-0 victory over Galatasaray in the Champions League last week, the Madrid boss will demand his side take all three points from their upcoming La Liga clash.

Here's how to watch all of the action LIVE in the United Kingdom on Wednesday.

Credit: PA
Credit: PA

What channel is it on?

Premier Sports 1 will show all of the action LIVE from the Santiago Bernabeu.

Premier Sports is available to Sky customers for £11.99 and Virgin Media owners can phone up to receive access to Madrid vs Leganes.

Alternatively, fans can access the clash on the Premier Player for the same price. But they can also save up to £10 if they signed up for a year at £89.

The first three weeks of La Liga action 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.

Credit: PA
Credit: PA

What time is kick-off?

Coverage for the clash will begin at 8.10pm on Premier Sports 1 and kick-off at the Bernabeu is scheduled for 8.15pm.

What are the La Liga fixtures this week?

Spanish teams will be in action throughout the week.

Defending champions Barcelona are in action on Tuesday when they host Real Valladolid at the Camp Nou.

La Liga title contenders Atletico Madrid will also be in action on the same day with an away trip to Alaves.

Tuesday: Alaves vs Atletico Madrid (6pm), Barcelona vs Real Valladolid (8.15pm)

Wednesday: Real Sociedad vs Levante (6pm), Valencia vs Sevilla (6pm), Athletic Bilbao vs Espanyol (7pm), Real Betis vs Celta Vigo (8pm), Real Madrid vs Leganes (8.15pm)

Thursday: Eibar vs Villarreal (6pm), Mallorca vs Osasuna (6pm), Getafe vs Granada (8.15pm)

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Topics: Los Blancos, Football News, Football, Santiago Bernabeu, Leganes, Real Madrid, La Liga

Adnan Riaz
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