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Where to Find Espanyol vs Real Madrid On US TV and Internet; 1pm ET Kickoff: Open Thread

Espanyol vs Real Madrid Where to Find Espanyol vs Real Madrid On US TV and Internet; 1pm ET Kickoff: Open Thread

After the stalemate between Barcelona and Atletico Madrid yesterday, Real Madrid have a golden opportunity to reduce the gap at the top of La Liga’s table to three points if Los Blancos can defeat Espanyol.

The match between Real Madrid and Espanyol is being shown live on US television and Internet with a kick-off time of 1pm ET.

Starting line-ups: 

Espanyol: Casilla; J.López, Colotto, H.Moreno, Fuentes; R.Rodríguez, V.Sánchez; Stuani, Álex, Torje; Córdoba.

Real Madrid: Diego López; Carvajal, Pepe, Ramos, Marcelo; Xabi Alonso, Modric; Bale, Di María, Cristiano Ronaldo; Benzema.

Programming note: For viewers in the United States, the match is being shown exclusively on beIN SPORT and DishWorld. The pre-match programming begins at 12:55pm ET Sunday. Even if you don’t have a TV subscription to beIN SPORT, you can access those channels via online streaming service DishWorld for $10/month. Read our review of DishWorld. And sign up for DishWorld via their website.

Editor’s note: For more Real Madrid analysis, opinion and news, visit the Real Madrid team page.

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