Real Madrid vs Cádiz live streaming: Match details
Match: Real Madrid vs Cádiz
Competition: La Liga
Date: Sunday 19 December 2021
Kick-off time: 8:00 pm, (UK)
Stadium: Estadio Santiago Bernabéu
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Match preview: Team & Player Performance
Will Real Madrid’s winning run continue?
Last weekend, los Blancos took another big step towards the title, beating reigning champions Atlético Madrid 2-0 in El Derbi Madrileño.
Karim Benzema’s sumptuous volley opened the scoring just 13 minutes in before Marco Asensio secured the win just after the interval.
Kudos has to go to Thibaut Courtois too who made six saves, preventing and xG figure of 1.7.
This means Carlo Ancelotti’s side have now won ten successive matches in all competition, seven of which have been in La Liga.
These have included victories over potential title rivals Sevilla, Real Sociedad and now Atlético Madrid, all in the space of a fortnight.
Los Merengues are now eight points clear at the top of the table, looking to extend that lead even further.
Cádiz in complete contrast start the weekend in the relegation zone.
El Submarino Amarillo drew 1-1 with Granada on Monday night, taking the lead through Santiago Arzamendia before conceding right at the death.
So, Álvaro Cervera’s side have only won one of their last 12 league fixtures, thereby slipping into the bottom three.
On Thursday, Cádiz got through in the Copa del Rey with Florin Andone’s goal downing Albacete Balompié.
They’ll now face Fuenlabrada in the third round.
Real Madrid, who enter at this juncture, will travel to Alcoyano, the third-tier side who famously knocked them out last season.
Here, Real Madrid should cruise to victory at Estadio Santiago Bernabéu.