Real Madrid vs Juventus: Live broadcasts, TV channels, kick-off times & how to watch

Los Blancos will look to complete their pre-season commitments with a win over the Italian giants

Real Madrid will aim to end their pre-season on a high when they take on Juventus in the Rose Bowl, in Pasadena, USA on July 31. Carlo Ancelotti’s men remain winless after their first two friendlies against Barcelona and Club America, and this will be their last chance to return to winning ways before facing Eintracht Frankfurt in the UEFA Super Cup on 10 August.

Juventus, meanwhile, are unbeaten during their trip to the United States, winning against Guadalajara before drawing with Barcelona.

Massimiliano Allegri wants the last laugh against compatriot Ancelotti and will probably field his best player to face Madrid. After all, this is expected to be a tight contest and TARGET has all the information you need to stay right throughout the action in the United States.

Real Madrid vs Juventus kick-off date & time

How to watch Real Madrid vs Juventus on TV & live streaming online

The pre-season contest will be broadcast in the UK on Main Sports 1 and available for live streaming via Main cast.

While in the United States it will be broadcast on FS2 and Fox Deportes, both of which can be streamed on fuboTV. This match can also be broadcast on Fox Sports Go.

Real Madrid squad and team news

Carlo Ancelotti should have the full squad to choose from as Dani Carvajal has regained his fitness and should be available for the game. Club captain Karim Benzema missed the game against Barcelona but produced an impressive performance against Club America as he managed to recover from a knock.

Luka Modric has a fever but has tested negative for the Coronavirus, and, after rejoining training, he should also be fit to play.

Ancelotti has stated that he will field the same starting XI against Juve that will play Frankfurt in the UEFA Super Cup, meaning that we can expect to see a full line-up. Indeed, there is also the possibility of him picking the same team that won the Champions League in May.

“11 will be more like last year because it’s a (UEFA Super Cup) tournament to win the Champions League and that has to be taken into account. We have to finish the season by winning the Super Cup. The team will look like we did on Saturday,” said Ancelotti after the 2-2 draw with Club America.

New signings Aurelien Tchouameni and Antonio Rudiger could feature in the second half, along with other first-team players such as Eden Hazard and Rodrygo Goes.

Juventus squad and team news

Juventus will be without Paul Pogba as the midfielder has been sidelined for a long time following a tear in his meniscus.

However, Dusan Vlahovic and Weston McKennie should be fit to start and Moise Kean will be another player to look out for, with the striker looking to add to the two goals he scored against Barcelona.

Angel Di Maria and Danilo should start against their former club while Juan Cuadrado may continue to feature in an unconventional role on the left. Barcelona’s Ousmane Dembele humiliated the Colombian in the previous game and he will be eager to make amends against Madrid.

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