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Barcelona v Real Madrid Live Stream – UK El Clasico live streaming info

Barcelona v Real Madrid live streamYou’ll no doubt be eager to watch the Barcelona v Real Madrid live stream on Saturday at 15:15 UK time.  Unfortunately, El Clasico live streaming for UK viewers will NOT be available on terrestrial TV, Sky, BT or any of the usual suspects.  The good news, though, is that  you can still watch it – The only way that UK viewers can get a decent and legal stream is by having a funded account with online bookmakers bet365.

You could, of course, try one of those dodgy sites where you have to click away loads of seedy adverts and then quickly get fed up with the jerky, stop-start live streaming quality and maybe even get a virus on your PC.  Or, if you want to enjoy it on a quality, reliable stream you will be able to watch the Barcelona v Real Madrid live stream from kick off until full time from any tablet or mobile or perhaps even web enabled TV where you have Internet access.

How to get the Barcelona v Real Madrid live stream

You will need to go to to acces the Barcelona v Real Madrid live stream.  If you’re already a customer there and have funds in your account, then you’re already good to go!

If you’ve not signed up, simply complete the registration process and make a deposit (there is no minimum amount).  Then you will be able to access the Barcelona v Real Madrid live stream when the match is on at 15:15 Saturday afternoon UK time.


Barcelona v Real Madrid live stream – Match preview

FC Barcelona are unbeaten in their last four home La Liga games, while Real Madrid are unbeaten in their last 17 away domestic league matches.  You’d expect this to be a tight match and Barca are currently the favourites.  In fact, odds on Real Madrid to win are as high as 3/1 at time of writing.

With Barcelona having lost twice already this season, and Madrid unbeaten, there is a six point gap between the two teams.  In fact, Barca are only above Sevilla (both on 27 points) on goal difference.  So why are they the favourites?  Simple – Barca just have to win this match and they generally lift for this massive fixture.  It’s El Clasico after all and there is home pride at stake, plus they simply they can’t afford to get further behind in the league at this stage.  To lose a six-pointer would be a real shock and they really need for Neymar to get back in the goals again after 7 games without one.  Unfortunately, Ex-Tottenham superstar Gareth Bale is missing for this game, and that lack of creativity does not help Real Madrid’s cause much at all.

One thing is for sure, though, there is always a huge buzz for this match (not just locally but around the world) and it’s another chance to savour the next chapter in the battle between Messi and Ronaldo as part of this quest for Spanish football supremacy.

Here’s that link again that you will need in order to access the Barcelona v Real Madrid live stream this Saturday at 15:15:

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Barcelona v Leicester Live Stream

The International Champions Cup final stages are approaching with Barcelona v Leicester live stream action available from bookmaker bet365.   For UK and Irish audiences, the Barcelona v Leicester live stream can be accessed by logging on to a funded bet365 account. So, if you already have an account, just press on the link below and watch the game live for free.  If you don’t have an account with bet365 yet, you can also sign up and claim up to £200 in deposit bonuses.


If you’re looking for a Barcelona v Leicester live stream for your mobile device, you can still get this via bet365 for Android or bet365 for iPhone.

In this intriguing pre-season tournament, reigning Spanish Champions Barcelona and Premier League winners Leicester City meet for the first ever time in the International Champions Cup (Wednesday 8pm). The highly anticipated match takes place at a neutral venue – in Stockholm, Sweden.

Regular Spanish Champions Barca have amassed no less than 25 La Liga titles, whilst  the Foxes have just stunned everyone (even themselves) by earning a place in this tournament after being crowned Champions.  Wouldn’t we like to see them take it right to the Nou Camp outfit.  Jamie Vardy has been ruled out of the match but surely some of the Barcelona stars will be rested.

Barcelona v Leicester Live Stream Timing Details

Match Date:       3rd August 2016 (Wednesday)

Location:            Stockholm, Sweden

Kickoff:               8:00 pm GMT

If you’re in regions other than the UK or Ireland, you can catch it on these channels:

TV Broadcasting

  • beIN Sports Arabia 1 HD
  • Star Sports 4 Asia
  • ESPN Play Latin America
  • Idman TV
  • QQ Sports Live

Form guide: Barcelona v Leicester

The Catalan giants started off their first pre-season match against Scottish Champions Celtic, beating them 3-0. English League Champions Leicester City played also beat Celtic in a penalty shootout, but were thrashed 4-0 by Zlatan-less PSG, the French Champions.

Barcelona Squad

Joel Masip; Sergi Roberto, Jeremy Mathieu, Douglas Pereira, Aleix Vidal; Arda Turan, Sergi Samper; Denis Suarez, Lionel Messi, Luis Suarez, Christian Tello.

Leicester City FC Squad

Schmeichel, de Laet, Simpson, Fuchs, Hernandez, Drinkwater, Albrighton, Mahrez, Vardy, Gray, Musa, Schlupp

Kane at the Lane

Live Streaming Update: Barca, Real Madrid, Bayern Munich & more

Here’s news just in from bet365, summarising upcoming fixtures as well as new live streaming direct from their site/mobile app.  

The international break is almost at an end with a mouth-watering selection of fixtures announcing the return of league football in style this weekend, and bet365 are offering a host of fantastic betting and Live Streaming opportunities!

Premier League

The fixture grabbing all the headlines at the moment is Tottenham v Liverpool, as Jürgen Klopp takes the reigns at Liverpool in what will be his managerial debut in the Premier League. The self-proclaimed Normal One was welcomed to Merseyside with rabid anticipation by Liverpool fans and the liverpool-kloppGerman has promised the Anfield faithful a title in the next four years. The weight of expectation will be enormous for the former Dortmund manager, but whether he can deliver three points at the weekend using the current Liverpool squad is debatable. Tottenham are arguably one of the form teams in the league at the moment, beating first-placed Manchester City in a 4-1 thriller recently. Liverpool are without captain Jordan Henderson and summer signings Christian Benteke and Roberto Firmino whilst Spurs are without Son Heung Min and a few periphery players.

Spurs are narrow favourites to take the win at White Hart Lane at 7/5 (2.40) and are unbeaten at home in the league this season, whilst The Reds are a touch longer at 15/8 (2.87). Many will be backing Daniel Sturridge to find the net again this weekend after scoring two goals against Villa recently and he’s 5/1 (6.00) to score first or last and 6/4 (2.50) to find the net anytime. Having forced his way into the Spurs squad and more recently the England team, Dele Alli has seen plenty of speculative backing to score this weekend, and he’s 10/3 (4.33) to do just that.

Chelsea will be looking to get back to winning ways after a disastrous few weeks, and are 1/3 (1.33) to break their duck against Aston Villa in a particularly inviting home fixture. Villa have lost their last four Premier League games and since their opening day win against newly-promoted Bournemouth have gained just one point from seven matches. In the last six seasons Chelsea have won their home matches against Aston Villa by an aggregate score of 24-8, and both teams have recorded only one clean sheet each this season in the league, so goals should be on the cards. Eden Hazard is 11/2 (6.50) to net first in the encounter, and scored in both games during the international break for Belgium with two assists and a goal in his last three Premier League matches. A slightly riskier option to consider though is Willian at 10/1 (11.00). He has scored Chelsea’s last three goals, and also bagged a brace for Brazil in their World Cup Qualifier this week against Venezuela.

La Liga

Over in La Liga title heavyweights Real Madrid and Barcelona are both suffering injury crises and entertain Levante and Rayo Vallecano respectively. bet365 will be Live Streaming all the action so you can watch the likes of Luis Suarez, Neymar and Ronaldo as they blitz through their Barcelona_Messi_2competition at will. News from Spain this week is suggesting that Barcelona are in big trouble, with many of their key players facing time on the side-lines with injuries. Summer signing Arda Turan is still not able to play for the Blaugrana and it’s being reported that Barca will petition the Court of Arbitration for Sport to overturn their transfer embargo in a last-ditch effort to bolster their squad. In spite of this, they’re heavy favourites to dispatch Rayo with ease and are priced 1/7 (1.14) to take the three points on Saturday. Suarez and Neymar are both expected to start and both find themselves short-priced to score in the encounter, with the Uruguayan coming in at 2/5 (1.40) and Neymar priced at 4/11 (1.36). Los Blancos will be lining up without the likes of Karim Benzema, James Rodriguez, Luka Modric and centre back pairing Ramos and Pepe which may leave Real Madrid manager Rafa Benitez with a selection headache on Saturday. Regardless Real are 1/12 (1.083) to come through on the day and 13/8 (2.62) to do so with Levante managing to notch a consolation goal.


bet365 are also streaming plenty of Bundesliga action this weekend with the highlight being Bayern Munich’s trip to Werder Bremen. Bayern’s season so far has been spectacular and many fancy them to lift the Champions League come the end of the season. The Bavarians will be Bayern_Munich_Mullerkeen to maintain their 100% start in the league and they are 1/5 (1.20) to do so, with the aggregate score from their last three trips to the Weserstadion 13-0. Thomas Müller (pictured, right) has been in imperious form for Bayern this season, scoring 10 goals in 11 games in all competitions and he is 3/1 to score first on Saturday. Equally Robert Lewandowski is arguably one of the hottest properties in international football at the moment and his sensational performances this season have seen him net 16 goals in just 11 games in all competitions. With the mercurial Polish captain being in such staggering form, he is the favourite to open the scoring on Saturday at 2/1 (3.00).

All of the fixtures in the Premier League, La Liga, Bundesliga, Serie A and Champions League are eligible for bet365’s fantastic Euro Soccer Bonus offer which pays a bonus of up to 100% on multiple bets placed with bet365. The excellent Bore Draw Money Back offer is also available on any football match with bet365, which offers refunds on bets placed on certain markets are refunded where a match ends 0-0, ensuring that a bore draw is never the worst result for your bets!

New customers can take advantage of the industry-leading 100% deposit bonus, which allows customers to claim a bonus on their first deposit, and customers enjoying bet365’s mobile products can take advantage of the On The Move Bonus which matches the first qualifying bet placed on the premium mobile site with a bonus.

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La Liga Live Streaming – Every Match for 2015-16

News just in is that bet365 have secured the rights to provide Live Streaming of every La Liga match for the 2015-16 season. The streaming will not be available to customers in Spain, the Middle East and North Africa so if you’re outside of those regions then you’re in luck. 

bet365’s excellent Bore Draw Money Back and Euro Soccer Bonus promotions are available for all La Liga games also.

Click here to go directly to bet365 and check it out.

The 2015/16 campaign gets underway on Saturday with Atletico Madrid hosting newly promoted Las Palmas. Diego Simeone’s side enjoyed a solid campaign last season, despite not living up to successes of 2013-14 when they won the Primera Liga title and reach the final of the Champions League. Atletico have lost some key players in recent seasons but are 2/9 (1.22) favourites for a successful start at bet365, or 11/4 (3.75) to win by 2 goals or more.

Barca were phenomenal last season and begin their title defence with a tough away fixture at Athletic Bilbao, whom secured the UEFA Super Cup with a 5-1 aggregate victory over the Catalan Barcelona_Messi_2giants to earn their first trophy in 31 years. Despite the loss, Barca are favourites going into the match, priced at 4/9 (1.44) whilst Bilbao are 9/5 (2.80) to win or hold Barcelona to a draw with bet365.

Runners-up Real Madrid face newly promoted Sporting de Gijón in what will be Rafa Benitez’s first competitive match as Real Madrid boss. In the face of a trophy-less season, Champions League winner Carlo Ancelotti was sacked by Los Blancos and it remains to be seen how Rafa will make use of the players at his disposal. Welsh superstar Gareth Bale looks set to remain at the Bernabéu for another season and he’ll be eager to silence his critics following last season and he’s 15/4 (4.75) to bag the first goal. Gijón are 11/1 (12.00) outsiders at bet365, but more realistic odds lie with Ronaldo, Benzema and Bale to score anytime at 8/15 (1.53), 4/5 (1.80) and 10/11 (1.90) respectively.

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