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Real Madrid vs. Levante 2015 live stream: Game time, TV schedule and how to watch online

Madrid have failed to win in three matches and are desperate to get back on track against Levante.

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Thanks to a draw and a loss in back-to-back league games, Real Madrid find themselves one point behind Barcelona in the race for this season title. Carlo Ancelotti's team will now look to regroup from an unimpressive Champions League performance as they host Levante at the Bernabéu.

Cristiano Ronaldo broke out of his scoring slump midweek with two goals against Schalke, and while Karim Benzema scored as well, he's been next to invisible in recent matches. Gareth Bale continues to struggle, having failed to score a goal in the last nine matches.

Sergio Ramos and James Rodriguez are closer to a return, but will remain sidelined Sunday. Luka Modrić got his first minutes of 2015 against Schalke, and will likely feature as a second-half substitute again this weekend as he works back into match fitness.

Real Madrid injuries and suspensions

Out: Sergio Ramos (muscle), James Rodriguez (foot).

Levante injuries and suspensions

Out: Ivan Lopez (groin), Papakouli Diop (muscle), Pedro Lopez (muscle).

Match Date/Time: Saturday, 4 p.m. ET, 9 p.m. local

Venue: Estadio Santiago Bernabéu, Madrid, Spain

TV: beIN Sports (U.S. - English and Canada), beIN Sports en Español (U.S. - Spanish), Sky Sports 5 (U.K.), Canal+ 1/HD/30 (Spain)

Online: beIN Sports CONNECT (U.S. & Canada), Sky Go (U.K.), Canal+ Yomvi (Spain)

Listings via LiveSoccerTV.