Date/Time: January 21; 10:15 a.m. ET
Channel: beIN Sports
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If there’s one thing Real Madrid will have on its mind, it’s redemption. Real just dropped a 2 to 1 defeat to Sevilla Sunday, with a 2 to 1 loss to Celta Vigo at home. Los Merengues does have a one point clear advantage in La Liga, and Malaga could be just the ticket for Real to regain some of their confidence. It’s a matchup that’s sure to have some implications down the road, so make sure you don’t miss out. If you want to watch a Real Madrid vs Malaga live stream, here are your options.
Live Steam Real Madrid vs Malaga Online Through FuboTV
To get a free online live stream of Real Madrid vs Malaga, FuboTV is going to be the best way. Fubo TV is the top streaming service for soccer, and it’s the easiest way to stream Real Madrid vs Malaga. Fubo costs less than $10 a month, and gives subscribers live streams of dozens of La Liga matchups every month. If you’re not already sold, try Fubo absolutely free for 24 hours (enough time to sign up for a Real Madrid vs Malaga stream). Check out our in depth review of Fubo to find out more details.
Watch A Free Real Madrid vs Malaga Live Stream With Sling TV
Another great option to get a live stream of Real Madrid vs Malaga is Sling TV is another great choice. Sling TV subscribers can watch the Real Madrid vs Malaga match online, and then take advantage of the dozens of other cable channels Sling has (like TNT, TBS, ESPN, and more). This game is on the beIN network, so you will need to upgrade to Sling TV’s “International World Sports” package for $10. Sling does have a free 7 day trial to stream Real Madrid vs Malaga and then cancel if you don’t love it. Also, you can get the beIN network through Sling by signing on for a basic Sling package ($20 a month for over 30 networks like TBS, TNT, and ESPN) and adding the Deportes or Sports package for just $5.
Don’t Miss A Minute With A PlayStation Vue Real Madrid vs Malaga Strean
A legal Real Madrid vs Malaga live stream will also be available through PlayStation Vue. A basic Vue subscription has more than 50 channels all live streaming, and costs under $30 a month. With upgraded packages, you can get beIN (including the Real Madrid vs Malaga preview live stream plus other matches).
Marcelo Romero club has been without a win through five games, and has actually lost their last three league games in a row. Things are looking down just as they were starting to make room in the standings, so it will be interesting to see if they’re able to rebound here.
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