Real Madrid will be looking to maintain their unbeaten league record when they travel to Levante on Sunday afternoon.
Zinedine Zidane’s men have two wins and a draw to their name this season. They began their title defence with a goalless draw at Real Sociedad, before edging past both Real Betis and Real Valladolid.
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What TV Channel is Levante vs Real Madrid Streaming on?
The match is being shown live on Bet365‘s live streaming service in the UK, which is available to watch through their website this afternoon.
What time does Levante vs Real Madrid match kickoff?
The match kicks off at 3:00PM at Estadio de la Ceramica, Villarreal on Sunday 4th October 2020.
Los Blancos picked up a narrow 3-2 victory against the former, with substitute Vinicius Junior’s goal securing a 1-0 win against the latter.
They now turn their attentions to Sunday, with Levante boasting just one win from their three matches.
Paco Lopez’s side beat Osasuna 3-1, but suffered defeats to Valencia and Sevilla either side of that win.
They can be backed at 11/2 to cause an upset and beat Madrid this weekend.
Zidane’s outfit have been given odds of 8/15 to clinch all three points, with a draw available at 15/4.
The hosts did, however, pull off a shock last time out. They beat Madrid at Ciutat de Valencia, with Jose Luis Morales netting the only goal of the game.
They are currently 22/1 to clinch another 1-0 win this time around.
And goalscorer Morales may just like his odds in front of goal, having already scored three times this season.
The forward has been given odds of 12/1 to score the opening goal of the game on Sunday.
But Madrid boast countless proven goalscorers within their ranks.
Youngsters Rodrygo, Vinicius and Borja Mayoral will be keen to step up to the plate in Gareth Bale’s absence.
Rodrygo is currently 13/2 to score first, with Vinicius and Mayoral available at 13/2 and 27/5 respectively.
Club captain Sergio Ramos has also been free-scoring in recent seasons. The veteran has been given odds of 9/1 to open the scoring, and 3/1 to score anytime.
The champions will, however, be without former Chelsea star Eden Hazard. The winger picked up yet another injury in what has been a miserable time in the Spanish capital so far.
But the visitors have more than enough talent in their squad to come away with all three points. They can be backed at 14/5 to win both halves.