Real Madrid vs. Valencia: La Liga live stream, TV channel, how to watch online, team news, odds, time

Real Madrid will look to extend its lead at the top of the La Liga standings on Saturday afternoon when it takes on Valencia at the Santiago Bernabéu. 

Madrid currently sits in first place with 46 points, five points ahead of second-place Sevilla but with one more game played. Valencia, meanwhile, remains in ninth place, level on points with Villarreal with 28 and can hop several spots in the table with the upset victory 

First-place Real Madrid host ninth-place Valencia in a big-time La Liga showdown on Saturday afternoon. 

Los Blancos have a five-point lead in the table over Sevilla but are coming off of a poor 1-0 loss to Getafe.  

Meanwhile, Los Che blew a chance to move into the top four at the turn of the year but enter the day just four points back into the Champions League spots.

In terms of team news for Real Madrid, Dani Carvajal and Luka Jovic are out due to COVID-19 while Mariano Diaz and Gareth Bale will be unavailable nursing injuries.  


Coming to the visitors, Valencia will be without first-choice defenders Gabriel Paulista and Dimitri Foulquier due to injuries with Toni Lato is doubtful for the clash.   


How to watch and odd

 Date: Saturday, Jan 8 | Time: 3 p.m. ET  Location: Estadio Santiago Bernabeu -- Madrid, Spain

How to watch and odd

Live stream: ESPN+ –Odds: Real Madrid -300; Draw +420; Valencia +800 (via Caesars Sportsbook)

Prediction A depleted Valencia can't come close to getting a point as Real get started early and cruise in the end. Pick: Real Madrid 3, Valencia 1 

What time does the match start? Can I watch it on TV? 


Saturday’s match will kick off at 3:00 p.m. EST for viewers in the U.S. However, the game will not be broadcast on conventional TV channels for American audiences. 

The match between Real Madrid and Valencia can be live-streamed on Voot App and Jio TV App.