Real Madrid v Celta Vigo Live Streaming from Santiago Beranabeu Monday
Spanish football returns tonight with Real Madrid v Celta Vigo, with live stream service from Bet365 resumed today, the Stoke based firm reported this morning.
Real Madrid return to action following the Christmas break hoping to keep the pressure on Atletico Madrid and Barcelona at the top of La Liga.
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Carlo Ancelotti’s side are currently 8 points behind leaders Atletico but have played a game less and a win over Celta Vigo on Monday would reduce the deficit to 5.
Madrid ended the year on a high following up a 3-2 win over Valencia, secured by a 82nd winner from Jese, with a 1-0 win over PSG in a high profile friendly in the Middle East.
The club are poised to be boosted by the return of Gareth Bale to action following a calf strain. The former Spurs has impressed in recent months after a slow start and has scored 9 goals in 15 games this season for Real.
His partnership with Cristiano Ronaldo and Karim Benzema has been key to a free-scoring Real side that has scored 49 goals so far, a league high (along with Barcelona) and picked up 19 points from 21 in the league.
Angel di Maria, who scored in the win over Valencia, is set to make way for the returning Bale while Fabio Coentrao is also set to return after a month out with a hamstring problem.
Iker Cassillas celebrated the arrival of a new baby boy, Martin, this week however the joy of child birth is set to somewhat overshadowed as the veteran goal keeper resumes bench warming duties behind Diego Lopez.
Celta meanwhile are currently 16th in the table just one point outside the relegation zone and have won just one of their last five league games, going down Real Sociedad, Real Valladolid and Rayo Vallecano in recent weeks.
The club entered the Christmas break with a 1-1 draw at home to Osasuna with Argentine Augusto Fernandez grabbing the equalising goal to rescue a point.
The club has been stronger on the road with three of their four wins this season coming away from home but they lost both games at the Bernabeu (League and Copa del Rey) resulting in losses with no goals scored.