Real Madrid vs Atletico Madrid Live Match Streaming | La Liga 2018/19

Real Madrid vs Atletico Madrid Live Match Streaming La Liga 2018/19

Two of Spain‘s top teams will collide in Wednesday’s UEFA Super Cup as Champions League winners Real Madrid face off against Europa League holders Atletico Madrid. Real Madrid vs Atletico Madrid Live Match Streaming La Liga 2018/19 is going to start live on 29 September. The city rivals will travel to Estonia for the first Madrid derby of the 2018-19 campaign, hosted at the Lillekulla Stadium in Tallinn. Real will have their first opportunity at winning silverware in the post-Cristiano Ronaldo era following his summer move to Juventus, while Atletico will be hoping a win will signal a major power shift in the Spanish capital. Wednesday’s fixture will also be one of the first football matches to be streamed via Bleacher Report’s new video platform B/R Live, which will host 46 Champions League matches this season. Read on for a preview of Wednesday’s UEFA Super Cup showdown in Tallinn, complete with television schedule and live-stream information. While Diego Simeone heads into his eighth season with Atletico, Lopetegui is on the verge of his first La Liga campaign as a manager and would treasure a pre-season triumph over Real’s local rivals.

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Real Madrid vs Atletico Madrid Live Match Streaming

  • Date: Saturday, 29 September

Pre-season results only serve as a barometer of a team’s strength to a point, but Real will nevertheless also look at their fortunes in the 2018 International Champions Cup as cause to be upbeat about their chances Atletico may have won Europe’s secondary competition last season, but their 3-0 hammering of Marseille in the Europa League final in May was evidence they can overpower opposing teams. Ahead of their return to the Champions League, a win on Wednesday could signal they’re ready to make the step back up to title contention in 2018-19, and beating defending champions Real will be their first step to doing so.

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