La Liga is back as Real Madrid face Malaga later this evening, with the match live streaming to watch online from the Santiago Bernabeu.
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Real Madrid will be out to extend their unbeaten start to the season when they welcome Malaga to the Bernabeu on Saturday evening.
Rafa Benitez’ side conceded their first league goals of the season midweek in the 2-1 win over Athletic Bilbao. The win, coupled with Barcelona’s heavy defeat to Celta Vigo was enough to see Real move top of the table.
The former Liverpool manager may not have been first choice to replace Carlo Ancelotti during the summer however with five wins and a draw in his first six competitive games, Benitez has hardly put a foot wrong.
The wins have been achieved without some key personnel too with Gareth Bale, Sergio Ramos and James Rodriguez all absentees in recent weeks.
Madrid will once again be without Bale for the visit of Malaga. The Welsh wizard misses out with a calf injury and is expected back for the clash with Atletico.
Ramos meanwhile could return following a dislocated shoulder while Rodriquez and another injured player, Danilo are out.
Malaga for their part have made a miserable start to the season and currently like second from bottom. The club have yet to win this campaign with only points coming in draws with Eibar and Sevilla, neither of which have included goals.
A midweek defeat to Villarreal made it five games without a goal this season for Los Boquerones and heaped even more pressure on under-fire Coach Javi Gracia.
The club were booed off the pitch following their defeat to the Yellow Submarines and they are unlikely to find much solace in Madrid.
Last season Madrid won 3-1 in front of their own fans with Ramos, Rodriquez and Ronaldo amongst the scorers. Of the last six meetings, Real have won five and lost just once, a 3-2 reversal away in 2012.
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