Almeria v Real Madrid Live Stream

Almeria v Real Madrid

When Real Madrid travels to take on Almeria on Sunday evening at 9 o’clock, they will seek to get off to a winning start in their defence of the La Liga championship (UK time).

After winning just one championship between the 2012/13 and 2018/19 seasons, Los Blancos won their second trophy in three years after finishing a whopping 13 points ahead of second-place Barcelona in the standings during the previous season. In addition, they got off to a victorious start in the new season by claiming the UEFA Super Cup with a 2-0 victory over Eintracht Frankfurt.

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Almeria Team News

Almeria returned to La Liga after a seven-year hiatus after winning the Segunda Division championship on the last day of the 2021/22 season. Since then, the club has been active in the summer transfer market, adding a total of ten players so far. The most notable transfer is midfielder Kaiky from Santos, who was rumoured to be moving to clubs such as Manchester United, Chelsea, Arsenal, and Barcelona before signing with Almeria. Barcelona had the first refusal right until Kaiky signed with Almeria.

Because Ivan Martos and Juanjo cannot play due to injury, Kaiky might immediately step into the Almeria defense.

Real Madrid Team News

Real Madrid has been more cautious during the transfer season, only adding two players to their first-team roster. Despite this, the club nevertheless paid £85.3 million on Aurelian Tchouameni in addition to acquiring Antonio Rudiger for free. Both players saw action for the first time in Wednesday’s Super Cup victory against Eintracht. They would be eligible to start today if Carlo Ancelotti decided to rotate his squad despite the significant talent gap between these two teams.


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