Plzen vs Real Madrid Live Match Streaming Uefa Champions League 2018/19
Dani Carvajal is Real Madrid’s only injury absentee having been sidelined since the start of the month with a calf problem. Marcelo returned from injury against Levante, while Alvaro Odriozola has been filling in for Carvajal at right-back. Isco also returned from injury last time out, while Gareth Bale – who missed Wales’ matches last week – came off the bench. Here you can get the Plzen vs Real Madrid Live Match Streaming Uefa Champions League 2018/19 in free.
Plzen vs Real Madrid Live Match Streaming
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- 8:00pm Wednesday 7th November
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Real Madrid are without a win in their last five matches and failed to even score in the first four of those. Only a goalless draw with Atletico Madrid has offered some respite in that time, while they lost 1-0 to CSKA Moscow in their most recent Champions League game. That was followed by a 1-0 defeat to Alaves before losing 2-1 at home to Levante – Marcelo scoring in the second-half on his return from injury but being unable to spark a comeback after conceding two early goals.
Jan Kopic remains sidelined with an ankle injury, which is set to keep him out until next month. Daniel Kolar dropped to the bench against Roma but could return after that heavy defeat, while Ludek Pernica may slot back in at centre-back ahead of Lukas Hejda.
Viktoria Plzen have lost one of their last five matches, but that defeat did come in their most recent Champions League defeat – a 5-0 thrashing away to Roma. They bounced back by beating Teplice 1-0 in the league, thanks to Ales Cermak, before a 5-1 win in the cup away to Vyskov. Last time out, however, they twice trailed to Bohemians but an own goal and Roman Prochazka’s second-half strike earned a 2-2 away draw.
Real Madrid’s poor recent form has ramped the pressure up on new manager Julen Lopetegui but, even without a win in five games, they still start as big favourites for this one.
The ex-Spain manager desperately needs a win but, after seeing Roma dismantle Plzen last time out, he will expect nothing less from Real Madrid this time out.
Gareth Bale and Isco are fit again, while Karim Benzema will be a key figure after seeing Edin Dzeko’s success against this same opposition.
Plzen held CSKA Moscow first up, while Real Madrid lost to the same opponents last time out, but they have repeatedly proved they can bounce back in this competition.
Marcelo’s return from injury is a further boost at the opposite end of the pitch – and he scored last time out too.
With Luka Modric controlling the tempo in the middle, and Madrid’s attacking triumvirate causing problems, the hosts can get back to winning ways.
It will not ease that much pressure – a win is expected, after all – but it will at least help lift the current cloud slightly ahead of next week’s El Clasico.