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

Real Madrid should get back to winning ways at Las Palmas on Saturday.

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Real Madrid dropped points for the first time this season in their midweek draw with Villarreal, but they still sit top of the La Liga table after five matches. They'll look to extend their two-point lead over second-placed Sevilla on Saturday, when they travel to Gran Canaria to play Las Palmas. It almost goes without saying that they're strong favourites, and anything other than a win would come as a disappointment for Zinedine Zidane's men.

That said, Las Palmas have made a surprisingly good start to the season, having picked up nine points from their first five games. That's only a point fewer than Barcelona, with Quique Setién's men looking to use their early momentum to carry them as far from the relegation zone as possible. However, there's no denying the magnitude of the task in front of them on Saturday: not since 2001 have they managed to beat the Merengues.

Las Palmas will also have to do without a handful of players: Hernán, Javi Castellano and Pedro Bigas are injured, while Kevin-Prince Boateng is suspended. Mauricio Lemos, David García and Ángel face late fitness tests. Madrid will be without Keylor Navas, Casemiro and Marcelo, while Pepe faces a late fitness test.

To watch this match online in the US and Canada, you'll have to log on to beIN Sports Connect. Those in the UK can catch the action if they're subscribed to Sky Go. For online listings in other countries, you can check out LiveSoccerTV.

TV: beIN Sports (US and Canada - English); beIN Sports en Español (US and Canada - Spanish); Sky Sports 5/HD (UK)

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

Venue: Estadio Gran Canaria, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain


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