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{{{Crackstreams}} Cadiz vs Real Madrid LIVE Broadcast Free ON Tv 26 November 2023


Real Madrid travel south to take on Cadiz at Estadio Nuevo Mirandilla on Sunday evening, knowing that a win would put them at the top of La Liga. Cadiz vs Real Madrid 2023 live stream: Time, TV channels and how to watch La Liga online


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The visitors are currently second in the table with 32 points from 13 matches, two behind surprise leaders Girona, but crucially two points ahead of defending champions and arch rivals Barcelona.


Having already progressed to the knockout stages of the UEFA Champions League, Carlo Ancelotti's troops will now be fully focused on reclaiming the summit spot, and gaining a solid foothold in the intriguing La Liga title race this season.


As for Cadiz, they are in real danger of getting relegated from the Spanish top-flight at the end of the season, sitting only three points above the drop zone after 13 games. They will head into this La Liga clash against Real Madrid on the back of a narrow 1-0 league defeat to Getafe away from home.


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Cádiz vs Real Madrid kick-off time

Date: Sunday, November 26, 2023

Kick-off time: 5:30pm GMT

Venue: Estadio Nuevo Mirandilla


The Spanish Primera Division match between Cadiz and Real Madrid will be played at Estadio Nuevo Mirandilla in Cadiz, Spain. It will kick off at 5:30pm GMT on Sunday, November 26, 2023 in the United Kingdom (UK).


Cadiz will certainly be missing Rominigue Kouame, Fali and Brian Ocampo this weekend through injury and will play no part here, while Luis Hernandez and Fede San Emeterio are both doubtful.


However, the return of Ivan Alejo and Ruben Sobrino from suspensions that kept them out of the last match against Getafe will serve as a major boost.


The hosts' only narrowly lost to Getafe before the break, so head coach Sergio Gonzalez may well use a similar XI here.


Real Madrid have a lot of players out injured and the situation only got worse during the November international break, with Eduardo Camavinga and Vinicius Junior both picking up serious injuries with France and Brazil, respectively. Long-term absentees Thibaut Courtois, Eder Militao, and Arda Guler join them on the sidelines.


Aurelien Tchouameni and Kepa Arrizabalaga are also sidelined which causes further conundrum for head coach Carlo Ancelotti in midfield and in between the sticks, but Jude Bellingham is training again after missing England duty and should start from the outset here. Midfielder Daniel Ceballos is back in training after recovering from a muscular tissue, and may feature.


Cadiz will host Real Madrid on Sunday and the Spanish giants have a big chance to increase their distance from FC Barcelona, who drew on Saturday against Rayo Vallecano. Carlo Ancelotti's side are currently second in the league, two points behind leaders Girona while Cadiz are currently 16th in the table and failed to win in the last five clashes. The home side only won two games so far and are two points above the relegation zone.


The home side will definitely be without Rominigue Kouame, Fali and Brian Ocampo through injury, while Luis Hernandez and Fede San Emeterio remain in doubt. Both Ivan Alejo and Ruben Sobrino will be back after suspensions that ruled them out of the clash against Getafe before the break.


The side coached by Carlo Ancelotti is deeply affected by injuries. The latest ones arrived during the International break, as both Vinicius Jr. and Eduardo Camavinga are set to miss the rest of the current year and should be back in January. Arda Guler, Aurelien Tchouameni, Kepa Arrizabalaga, Eder Militao and Thibaut Courtois are also all out.


Luckily enough for Madrid, FC Barcelona dropped points on their visit to Rayo Vallecano, which means that Los Blancos can increase their lead over Xavi’s men in the table to four points if they secure the three points in Cadiz.


It’s time for Real Madrid to keep grinding without some of their key starters. If they can keep winning on a consistent basis ahead of the Christmas break, they will be in a very good spot when all three of Tchouameni, Camavinga and Vinicius return from their injuries in January.


Real Madrid picked up a victory on November 11 against Valencia CF by a final score of 5-1. Real Madrid took eight more shots in the match, 16 to eight. Real Madrid were led by Rodrygo and Vinicius Junior, who scored two goals each, in that match with Valencia.


Cadiz CF lost on the road 1-0 to Getafe CF in its last game on November 6. Getafe CF outshot Cadiz CF 12 to six. While Cadiz CF didn’t manage a goal against Getafe, Darwin Machis topped the club with two shots.


Cadiz are in the 16th spot on the table with 10 points, they are close to the relegation zone but still have enough time to climb spots. In the last five games they lost four and tied one against Sevilla 2-2.


Real Madrid has no defeats in the last five games, they won three against Osasuna 4-0, Barcelona 2-1 and recently against Valencia 5-1. So far they are big favorites to steal the first spot on the table.


Cadiz and Real Madrid play for the 2023-2024 La Liga on Sunday, November 26 at Estadio Nuevo Mirandilla in Cadiz. Real Madrid will be looking to extend their unbeaten run when they travel to Cadiz on Sunday evening. Carlo Ancelotti’s side have lost just one game so far and scoring 28 goals in the process. They are currently in second place in the table, just two points behind leaders Girona.

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