Real Madrid vs Celta Vigo live stream: How to watch La Liga live online, TV channel, prediction, odds

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Second-placed Real Madrid host Celta Vigo in La Liga on Saturday and have a chance to distance themselves from bitter rivals Atletico Madrid, who are away to leaders Barcelona on Sunday. Carlo Ancelotti’s side edged past Chelsea to reach the UEFA Champions League semi-finals in midweek and Los Blancos now meet Manchester City. Before that, however, Celta come to Madrid without a win in three games but within reach of the top half of the table.

Here are our stories, how to watch the game and more:

How to see and odds

  • Date: Saturday April 22 | Time: 3 p.m. ET
  • Location: Santiago Bernabeu – Madrid
  • TV: ESPN+
  • Opportunities: Real -275; Draw: +380; Celta +750 (via Caesars Sportsbook)

Team News

Real: Ferland Mendy is out again, while David Alaba and Karim Benzema could be sidelined after losing to Chelsea. Ancelotti could bring Lucas Vazquez, Antonio Rudiger, Aurelien Tchouameni, Nacho and Marco Asensio against the Galician team. Rodrygo, Asensio and Vincius Junior could be Real’s front three for this one.

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Kelta: Diego Alves is injured while Oscar Mingueza is likely to be absent, as is the suspended Hugo Mallo. Kevin Vazquez, Goncalo Paciencia and Carles Perez are likely to start for the visitors.


Real have been working hard on some of their wins lately but this one should be easy enough against a Celta side struggling for form. It may take a while, but expect the hosts to express their superior quality. Choose: Real 2, Celta 0.

Chris Estrada

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