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In a weekend filled with domestic rivalry action, there was only one topic for this week’s streaming preview and we begin with a repeat of last season’s Champions League final. Recent Balon d’Or winner Cristiano Ronaldo returns for Real this weekend following his recent suspension and after turning footballs dreaded age of 30 yesterday, will be looking to prove that his best years are still ahead of him. Real have won 17 of their last 18 games in La Liga and there has also been over 2.5 goals in 15 of these, so with the likes of Ronaldo, Bale, Benzema, Mandzukic, Griezmann & Torres on show I wouldn’t bet against this one being a goal fest. You’d think Real’s recent winning run would make them favourites tomorrow, however Atletico themselves have lost just once in their last 31 home league matches and are undefeated against the European champions in their last 7 matches. This match is proving very difficult to call and a draw, priced at 12/5 with bet365, looks to be the safest bet.
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In addition to the Madrid derby, bet365 are also providing streams to some of Europe’s other premier domestic match ups.
Over in Italy, reigning Scudetto champions Juventus welcome struggling AC Milan, who currently lie in 9th place following one win in their last 6 league matches. Also, in-form Napoli host 12th place Udinese and Rafa Bentez’s men will be looking to close the gap on 2nd place Roma.
Finally this week, we see the Lisbon’s two giants, Sporting and Benfica, face off for the second time this season having drawn the last meeting 1-1 back in August. Coming off the back of 6 wins in the league, Sporting will be looking to close the gap at the top of the Primeira Liga to just 4 points and cling on to any title hopes that they have.
|07/02/2015||15:00||Soccer||Primera División (Spain)||Atlético Madrid v Real Madrid|
|07/02/2015||21:00||Soccer||Primera División (Spain)||Real Sociedad v Celta de Vigo|
|07/02/2015||19:45||Soccer||Serie A (Italy)||Juventus v Milan|
|08/02/2015||20:00||Soccer||Primera División (Spain)||Athletic Club v Barcelona|
|08/02/2015||20:00||Soccer||Ligue 1 (France)||Olympique Lyonnais v PSG|
|08/02/2015||14:00||Soccer||Serie A (Italy)||Napoli v Udinese|
|08/02/2015||19:45||Soccer||Serie A (Italy)||Internazionale v Palermo|
|08/02/2015||20:15||Soccer||Primeira Liga (Portugal)||Sporting CP v SL Benfica|
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