You’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 bet365.com 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:
Want to know more about bet365? Take a look at our in-depth review of the bet365 Android app and bet365 iPhone app. Check out this Wikipedia page about El Clasico to know more about the origins and history of the epic clash.