November 24, 2023 4:14 PM
Alex Lawes

Cadiz vs Real Madrid Betting Preview & Prediction | 2023-24 Spanish Primera

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When is Cadiz vs Real Madrid on and what time does it start? Cadiz vs Real Madrid will take place on Sunday 26th November, 2023 – 17:30 (UK)

Where can I get tickets for Cadiz vs Real Madrid? Visit each club’s official website for the latest ticket information

What TV channel is Cadiz vs Real Madrid on in the UK? Cadiz vs Real Madrid will be televised live on LaLigaTV, but La Liga matches are also televised occasionally on Viaplay Sports and ITV

Where can I stream Cadiz vs Real Madrid in the UK? Cadiz vs Real Madrid can be streamed live on Viaplay, while ITV matches can be streamed live on ITVX



Cadiz, as ever, are expected to be in a long and hard battle against the drop this season and the Andalusians begin this weekend’s round of fixtures very much involved in that battle. In their opening 12 matches of the 2023/24 La Liga campaign, Cadiz have managed just two victories and they have scored just ten goals with one of those wins coming on the opening day.

Sergio’s side did not play immediately before the November international break because their game with Real Mallorca was postponed. That means their most recent outing saw them lose 1-0 to a ten-man Getafe side, following on from a penalty shootout victory over Badalona in the Copa del Rey. In their last nine matches inside 90 minutes, they are winless with five goals scored.


Throughout this campaign, in both La Liga and the UEFA Champions League, Real Madrid have put in fairly unconvincing performances that have required late moments of magic from their newest ‘galactico’, Jude Bellingham. Los Blancos will be even more reliant on the Englishman now with a plethora of injuries across the team, but especially in midfield.

They return to action after the break sitting second in the table, two points behind Girona at the top. Their most recent outing saw them demolish Valencia by five goals to one as they try and keep up the pressure on the Catalans. Their only defeat in 17 matches across all competitions so far came against Atletico in the derby in mid-September.



Cadiz have a few injury concerns for this weekend but could be able to welcome back the likes of Fede and Javi Hernandez for the visit of Madrid.

PREDICTED XI (4-4-2): Ledesma; Carcelen, Chust, Hernandez, Pires; Navarro, Kouame, Ruben Alcaraz, Machis; Roger, Ramos

UNAVAILABLE: Kouame (Injured), Fali (Injured), Ocampo (Injured)

QUESTIONABLE: Hernandez (Injured), Fede (Injured)


Real Madrid have so many injuries for this weekend’s trip down south with Brazilian forwards Vinicius Junior and Rodrygo joining the likes of Aurelien Tchouameni on the sidelines.

PREDICTED XI (4-1-2-1-2): Lunin; Carvajal, Nacho, Alaba, Mendy; Modric; Valverde, Kroos; Diaz; Joselu, Bellingham

UNAVAILABLE: Rodrygo (Injured), Vinicius (Injured), Camavinga (Injured), Guler (Injured), Arrizabalaga (Injured), Tchouameni (Injured), Ceballos (Injured), Militao (Injured), Courtois (Injured)



If there was ever a time for Real Madrid to go down to the bare bones and have a major injury crisis, it would be right now as they take on really poor and struggling opposition in Cadiz. They haven’t quite slipped down into the bottom three just yet but the form would suggest it won’t be long until they do. Madrid will be confident of grinding out a victory and getting over the line in what is expected to be a low-scoring victory.


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