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Real Madrid vs. Real Betis live stream 2016: Time, TV schedule, and how to watch online

Real Madrid haven't won in the league in almost a month. Will they break that run of mediocrity this weekend?

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It's been a frustrating time for Real Madrid of late, who are in the midst of a run of three straight draws in the league, plus another in the Champions League. All four matches are games that Real probably should have won as well, making the results all the more infuriating for their fans. The demands for a better performance and a win against Real Betis are growing louder and louder.

The biggest issue plaguing Real Madrid of late has been an inability to put teams away -- two of those draws have come off late equalizers, both times after Real took a second-half lead. They haven't had the kind of toughness or drive lately to make sure they get the job done, and that's led to some decidedly lackluster performances from Zinedine Zidane's side.

Worse, several key players have slid out of form -- Cristiano Ronaldo and Gareth Bale haven't shown the same commanding quality they did earlier in the season, the midfield is struggling to control the ball, and Sergio Ramos has been decidedly on the downswing of the kind of form he tends to show. They need to get moving in the right direction fast, or things could start to get ugly for the defending Champions League winners.

To watch this match online in the U.S. you can stream it on beIN Sports Connect. The match isn't being shown online in Spain, but you can find listings for other countries on LiveSoccerTV.

TV: beIN Sports (U.S. - English), beIN SPORTS en Español (U.S. - Spanish), Canal+ Partidazo, Movistar+ (Spain)

Match Date/Time: Saturday, 2:45 p.m. ET, 8:45 p.m. local

Venue: Estadio Benito Villamarín, Seville, Spain