Granada vs Real Madrid Live

Granada vs Real Madrid Live: Granada vs Real Madrid Live Stream, Online La Liga Watch Free TV Coverage Real Madrid hosts Granada on Saturday in what is a very unusual top-of-the-table clash by La Liga standards. While Los Blancos are familiar figures at the top of the standings in the Spanish top-flight, newly-promoted Granada has been the surprise of the season so far, punching way above its weight in the first seven games of the campaign.

It is first vs second in La Liga this weekend as Real Madrid host Granada in a fascinating encounter.

Zinedine Zidane’s side have not been without their setbacks this season – especially in the Champions League – but Los Blancos currently sit top of the table with 15 points from seven games.

Granada appear to be this season’s surprise package in Spain with 14 points – one more than Barcelona so far – and Diego Martinez’s side will be confident of causing a stir at the Bernanebu after watching Club Brugge seal a 2-2 draw there in midweek.

The Andalusians have scored more than Real Madrid—13 goals to 12—and have the league’s second best attacking record after Villarreal and Barcelona. However, they arrive in the capital with a dreadful record at the Santiago Bernabeu, where they have lost in 21 of their 24 visits.

Granada last won away at Real Madrid in 1974 and has conceded 15 goals in its last three visits, scoring just once in the process.

If statistics make grim reading for Granada, they provide a much needed slice of optimism for Real.

A club that has so often turned to European competitions for solace, Madrid now finds itself seeking comfort in its domestic form after struggling in the Champions League so far.

On Tuesday, Real needed a late goal from Casemiro to erase a 2-0 deficit and draw 2-2 at home with Club Brugge in the second game of Group A. Coupled with a 3-0 defeat away against Paris Saint-Germain on the opening game of the campaign, the result left the 13-time European Cup winners rock-bottom in the table with one point.

Domestic form, however, has been more encouraging for Zinedine Zidane. Madrid negotiated two very difficult away games in the last three weeks, winning 1-0 at then league leaders Sevilla, before drawing 0-0 away at Atletico Madrid last week.

With Atletico and Barcelona both struggling for consistency, Real’s defensive solidity—only Athletic Bilbao and Atletico Madrid have conceded fewer goals—has seen them move to the top of the table.

Zidane has plenty to work on, particularly as star summer signing Eden Hazard is yet to fire on all cylinders, but Madrid remains the only unbeaten team in La Liga and that is cause for mild optimism.

Here’s everything you need to know ahead of Saturday.

Aston Villa vs Norwich Live

Aston Villa vs Norwich Live: Aston Villa vs Norwich Live Stream, Premier League Free TV Coverage Aston Villa will square off against Norwich City at 10 a.m. ET on Saturday at Carrow Road. Since Villa’s past four matches have been decided by no more than a single goal, don’t be surprised if it’s a close one. On Saturday, the Lions and Burnley tied 2-2, good for one point each. Norwich came up short against Crystal Palace, falling 2-0. This makes it the second loss in a row for Norwich.

​Norwich and Aston Villa are set to face one another on Saturday in their final game before the international break.

The two newly-promoted clubs have had standout moments already this season, with the Canaries pulling off a seismic shock last month by beating reigning champions Manchester City last month. Villa have a win against Everton to their name to show that they could have enough to stay in the top flight for more than just a single season.The side’s defence is struggling as well, with Christoph Zimmerman and Timm Klose both ruled out until 2020 due to ligament damage suffered earlier this season, whilst Jamal Lewis and Ben Godfrey are major doubts after sustaining injuries last weekend.

Historically it is Villa who have got the better of this fixture. Saturday’s meeting will be the 71st time the two teams have played each other, with Villa having come out on top in 32 of the previous 70, whereas Norwich have won 22 of those games.​

Yet the most recent games between the two clubs have seen Norwich hold the edge, having won on the last three occasions.
Norwich did the double over Villa last season, beating Dean Smith’s side 2-1 at Villa Park in May to seal the Championship title. They left it late, securing the three points in the 86th minute thanks to a Mario Vrancic goal.Despite beating Manchester City in September, Norwich have been on a poor run of form, losing five of their last six games in all competitions. They were always likely to be battling for survival this season, and will know that they need to return to winning ways soon if they are to avoid dropping straight back down to the Championship.

Things have not been any better for Villa. They failed to earn a Premier League win in September, a run of results which sees them inside the bottom three heading into this weekend. Yet they have made the last 16 of the Carabao Cup, and face a midlands derby with Wolves later this month as they aim to make the quarter finals.
Here is how the teams have fared in their last five matches.

Villa have fewer issues to concern them, and are likely to welcome back Henri Lansbury who has missed their last two matches.

Meanwhile, centre back James Chester, who has been out since pre-season, is closing in on a return, alongside Jonathan Kodjia, but this weekend likely comes a little too soon for the pair.

Everton vs Burnley Live

Everton vs Burnley Live: Everton vs Burnley Live Stream,Everton v Burnley in the Premier League 2018/19 season, including lineups, stats and live blogs, on the official website of the Premier League.You are on page where you can compare teams Burnley vs Everton before start the match. Here you can easy to compare statistics for both teams.Get statistics for the Everton vs. Burnley 2018/2019 English Premier League football match.

It was all tied up nothing to nothing at halftime, but Brighton was not quite Chelsea’s equal in the second half when they met on Saturday. Brighton fell to Chelsea 2-0. The result was an unpleasant reminder to Brighton of the 3-0 defeat they experienced in the two teams’ previous fixture April 3.

Meanwhile, Spurs got the result they wanted in their first leg against Southampton in Matchweek 7. Tottenham dodged a bullet, finishing off Southampton 2-1. For Tottenham, this is just revenge for the 2-1 loss they suffered against Southampton the last time they faced one another March 9.

When the two teams last met in April, Brighton and Tottenham were neck-and-neck, but Brighton came up empty-handed with a 1-0 defeat. Maybe Brighton will have more luck at home instead of on the road? Watch the matchup and check back on CBS Sports for all the details.

The Seagulls have just one win this campaign – their 3-0 triumph at Watford on the opening day – and Graham Potter’s men will be keen to hit back after the 2-0 loss at Frank Lampard’s Chelsea last Saturday. Brighton after just one point above the relegation places with six points from their first seven matches.

Tottenham are sixth after seven matches and are just one point from the top four. Last time out in the Premier they won 2-1 against Southampton despite being reduced to 10-men after Serge Aurier was sent off for two bookings.

Albion will hope their Champions League match against Bayern Munich on Tuesday night will drain their energy for Saturday’s early kick-off.

What time does Brighton v Southampton kick off?

The game kicks off 12.30pm at the Amex.

Is the game on TV?

Yes. The match is on BT Sport and highlights will be on Match Of The Day at 10.30pm on Saturday evening.

What’s the team news?

Davy Propper and Solly March are expected to return. Ezequiel Schelotto (knee) was named on the bench at Chelsea and should be available for selection.

Tottenham’s Giovani Lo Celso is working his way back from a hip injury and is out until November. Ryan Sessegnon, who came to Spurs injured following his move from Fulham, remains out with injury.

Who is the referee?

Referee: Jonathan Moss. Assistants: Marc Perry, Simon Bennett. Fourth official: Robert Jones. VAR: Jarred Gillett. Assistant VAR: Andy Halliday.

Tottenham are 17/20 to get the win at the Amex with Brighton at 3/1. The draw is 13/5.

Surprise surprise Harry Kane is favourite to open the scoring at 11/4 with Brighton’s Glenn Murray 6/1. Son Heung-Min and Lucas Moura are also 6/1. Further down the list Pascal Gross is available at 14/1.

A 1-1 draw is the favoured result at 13/2, while a 2-2 draw is 14/1. A 3-1 win for the Albion will get you 33/1 and a Spurs win at 2-0 is 22/1.