Real Madrid vs Villarreal live stream of La Liga 26 February 2017 with commentary. Watch Villarreal vs Real Madrid online live streaming in high definition and get TV channels here. This year is turning out to be a tough one for Zidane’s squad. Los Blancos suffered another defeat in La Liga. Although they are still leading the table, but they are now lacking that much pace for which they are known for. Second, Villarreal are doing well in home games. They played draw against Real Madrid in first leg at Santiago Bernabeu.
Real Madrid Vs Villarreal Live Stream La Liga 2016-17
- Competition: La Liga 2016-17
- Date: 26 February 2017
- Time: 7:45 pm [GMT]
- Venue: El Madrigal
- Live stream: Link 1 or Link 2
Current form in all competitions
Real Madrid: LWWWW
Real Madrid lost third game of the season this year. The Vikings last played against Valencia at the Mestalla and conceded two goals withing 10 minutes. In return Real Madrid netted one goal just before first half, but failed to score equalizer. Gareth Bale also appeared on pitch, but hardly did anything.
According to Ben Hayward, the Welshman is ready to start from the start since his return from injury. Danilo and Raphael Varane are set to miss the trip to Villarreal. Both players are suffering from injury. Remaining other players are available for Zidane to rotate the squad.
Villarreal recently won against Italian club AS Roma in Europa League round of 32. Because of conceding four goals in first leg, Villarreal failed to qualify for the round of 16 in the competition. Before winning against Roma, the Yellow Submarine won against Real Sociedad at Anoeta.
Shocking facts reveals that Real Madrid have won just four games in last 12 games at El Madrigal. Gareth Bale made debut for Real Madrid against Villarreal in which the Welshman scored a goal.
Villarreal’s Nicola Sansone will be not available for this game. However, Roberto Soldado is back after three months. The Yellow Submarine have no suspension issues and no other injury issues.
Sixth place Villarreal have collected 39 points so far in this competition with 10 wins and nine draws in 23 games. Zinedine Zidane’s squad suffered second defeat of La Liga. Though they still have one game in hand but they are just one point ahead of current La Liga Champions Barcelona and three points ahead of Sevilla.
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