Indian time and TV telecast channels of Real Madrid vs Alaves for La Liga match available here. Los Blancos will welcome Alaves at the Santiago Bernabeu for the Spanish match on 24th Feb 2018. Real Madrid finally got the third spot in La Liga table after their recent win against Leganes. The Vikings are still 7 points behind second placeholder Atletico Madrid. Here we are going to provide Indian broadcasting channels and TV timing of Real Madrid vs Alaves. Team captain Sergio Ramos stated that Real Madrid will keep fighting in La Liga despite their current form in the Spanish league.
Real Madrid Vs Alaves Indian Time [IST]
According to Indian Standard Time [IST], Real Madrid vs Alaves will begin at 8:45 pm on 24 February 2018 [Saturday]. Home ground of Real Madrid Estadio Santiago Bernabeu will host this game. Given below is the full schedule of this game.
|Competition||La Liga 2017-18|
|Date||24 February 2018 [India]|
|Time||8:45 pm [IST]|
|Venue||Estadio Santiago Bernabeu|
|Seating capacity||81,044 spectators|
|Home team||Real Madrid|
Real Madrid Vs Alaves Telecast In India
Sony Ten 2 will provide the live telecast coverage of Real Madrid vs Alaves to Indian fans. So if you are living in India, you can watch it live on Sony Ten 2.
Alaves are currently at the 15th position in La Liga table. The La Liga side managed themselves to stay away from the relegation zone with minimum 10 points. They did it by winning three back to back games.
After a stumbling start of the season, Real Madrid bounced back very well, but will they continue this form. Zinedine Zidane’s squad won 4 consecutive matches which include a 3-1 win over Paris Saint Germain in the UEFA Champions League.
The first leg of this meeting was held in the Alaves that turned a 2-1 victory for Real Madrid. Los Blancos were without some of their key players, but they still managed the victory. Garcia Sanchez scored a goal for Alaves, but two goals from Dani Ceballos rocked the show. Check out highlights of the 1st leg.
Real Madrid: Navas; Hernandez, Nacho, Varane, Carvajal; Isco, Casemiro, Kovacic; Ronaldo, Benzema, and Bale.
Alaves: Pachecho; Duarte, Laguardia, Ely, Ruano; Pedraza, Pina, Garcia, Gomez Sobrino, and Guidetti.