How Real Madrid vs. Alaves: La Liga live stream online, TV channel, prediction and odds to watch

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Real Madrid will look for a ninth straight victory in La Liga on Tuesday when Alaves visits the recently crowned Spanish champions. Carlo Ancelotti’s men defeated Granada last time out, while the visitors drew with Girona in their most recent match. Real lead the league with 90 points and now also have a UEFA Champions League final against Borussia Dortmund to look forward to.

Los Blancos must now carefully manage the coming weeks to keep the players as fresh as possible for the UCL date at Wembley. Ancelotti already did this in the victory in Granada, which ended 4-0. Real’s record at the Santiago Bernabeu is strong with 47 points achieved in the Spanish capital, while Real Betis are yet to appear on home soil.

Alavés have struggled on the road with just 14 points all season, although they famously won at Real at the end of 2020, although the mid-table have no worries about relegation and can essentially watch it without any real pressure. With 10 points out of 12, Luis Garcia Plaza’s team is in good form, but it will take a lot to stop this current Real role.

Here are our storylines, how to watch the match and more:

How to watch and odds

  • Date: Tuesday May 14 | Time: 3:30 PM ET
  • Place: Santiago Bernab√©u ‚Äď Madrid, Spain
  • Watch: ESPN+
  • Chances: Real -400; Sign +480; Alaves +1000

Team news

Real: David Alaba is out and Aurelien Tchouameni will face Bayern Munich for the UCL final after an injury. Ancelotti has said he will rotate ahead of the Dortmund match, so expect the likes of Vinicius Junior, Dani Carvajal and Jude Bellingham to return. Federico Valverde and Ferland Mendy could return and Brahim Diaz is likely to continue with Rodrygo on the bench. Thibaut Courtois could reach the UCL final with the Belgium international, who is expected to continue building his fitness here.

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Potential real XI: Courtois; Carvajal, Rudiger, Nacho, Mendy; Valverde, Camavinga, Kroos; Bellingham; Diaz, Vinicius.

Alaves: Aleksandar Sedlar is injured, but Samu Omorodion is back from suspension. Kike Garcia will likely be at the top with Guridi at number 10. Jesus Owono played a starring role this weekend, but expect to see Antonio Sivera for this.

Potential Alaves XI: Silvera; Tenaglia, Abqar, Marin, J Lopez; Benavidez, Guevara; Vicente, Guridi, Simeone; Kike Garcia.


With no real pressure from either side, expect this to be an easy Real win, with Alavés likely to focus on the other remaining games. Choose: Real 2, Alaves 0.

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