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Real Madrid v Levante Live Stream, team news, match preview : Watch Online from Bernabeu

by Lewis Jones

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Latest Real Madrid v Levante live streaming schedule, with the game available to watch online from the Santiago Bernabeu today (KO 18:00 GMT).

In-form Real Madrid will look to maintain their advantage at the top of La Liga on Sunday when they take on 8th place Levante.

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With Barcelona, one point behind them in the standing, in action on Saturday there is a strong chance that Carlo Ancelotti’s men will head into the clash second in the table.

Real are currently in the midst of a 28 game unbeaten run, a record that was put to the test in the 2-2 with Atletico Madrid last weekend. A late goal from Cristiano Ronaldo sealed a point for Real in a fiery encounter that left Ancelotti pleased with the result.

“They tried to impose a violent game. We tried to play and in the end we did it (got a draw)” the former PSG manager said.

“The response was good and overall we can be satisfied because Atletico are a good team, particularly at home.

“We’re top and that’s good. Now we have seven games at home and five away.

The first of their seven home games will be against a Levante side that is currently unbeaten in their last five games and one that came close to beating Real in October.

On that occasion late goals from Alvaro Morata and Ronaldo sealed a 3-2 win and Ancelotti’s men currently on a run of 15 straight home wins a repeat result is unlikely especially as Levante seven times on the road in all competitions this season, including 7-0 and 5-1 drubbings at the hands of Barcelona.

Real’s only doubt ahead of the game surrounds Portugal international Pepe. The defender is struggling with illness and will be assessed before the game.

Star forwards Ronaldo, Gareth Bale and Karim Benzema all returned unscathed from International duty and will start.

Levante will be without a number of players due to suspension with Pape Diop, Victor Cassadeus and Simao Mate all out, while Christian Lell (stomach) and Issam El Adoua (foot) are struggling to prove their fitness for the game after recent injuries.

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