Deportivo La Coruna face Real Madrid at Estadio Riazor on Wednesday, April 26. Here’s all the info you need to watch.
Real Madrid were atop the La Liga table just a mere few days ago. After a loss in El Clasico, they’re now in second and will be in a dogfight over the final five matches of the campaign. Every game and point is pivotal now. Next up on the slate for Real Madrid will be a trip to Estadio Riazor to take on Deportivo La Coruna on Wednesday, April 26.
Both Gareth Bale and Sergio Ramos will be sidelined for Real Madrid on Wednesday, the former due to injury and the latter because of a suspension. That will force skipper Zinedine Zidane’s hand a bit in terms of the squad. Of course, this is Real Madrid, so the depth is there, as is the ever-reliable star-power of Cristiano Ronaldo. That said, the play of perhaps Isco or James Rodriguez in lieu of Bale will be critical. Moreover, a makeshift back line potentially consisting of Danilo and Nacho inside must stand strong.
Deportivo on the other hand are near the bottom of the table in 16th, though eight points clear of the drop zone. Still, they’d love to spoil the party for Real Madrid surely. What’s more, a little more security in the table would be nice. To make that reality, Emre Colan, Florin Andone and Juanfran will need to pick apart a depleted defense.
The La Liga match at hand will be broadcast on beIN Sports. As a result, there a pair of options to live stream the game on Wednesday. You can first access the stream through beIn Sports Connect by logging in online with a cable or satellite subscription. Another option is to stream the action on Fubo TV, which is available via a paid subscription to the service.
Details for Wednesday’s match are below:
This is an interesting spot for Real Madrid as the race to win La Liga will go to the wire. With Barca facing a bottom-table side, they need to show up and get the three points on the road. They’ll have to put El Clasico out of their mind to do so.