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((WATCH>>STREAMS!)) Real Madrid vs Atlético Madrid Live Free Online Broadcast 10 January 2024


Real Madrid vs. Atletico Madrid FREE LIVE STREAM (1/10/2024): Watch Spanish Super Cup semi-final online | Time, USA TV, channel. Domestic silverware is within touching distance as Real Madrid take on Atletico Madrid in the semi-finals of the Spanish Super Cup.


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It is once again a four-team tournament, taking place in Saudi Arabia, with the rivals facing off tonight in the first last-four clash, before defending champions Barcelona meet Osasuna tomorrow night.


Real will be confident of booking their place in Sunday's final, as they go into this match on a 19-match unbeaten run across all competitions.


Atletico were the last team to beat them though, in LaLiga back in September, and Diego Simeone's side will fancy their own chances of lifting this trophy for the first time in a decade.


Here’s what you need to know:


What: Spanish Super Cup semi-final


Who: Real Madrid vs Atlético Madrid


When: Wednesday, 10 January, 2024


Time: 2 p.m. ET


Where: Al -Awwal Stadium in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia


TV: ESPN2, ESPN Deportes and ESPN+


This game will be played at Al-Awwal Stadium, home of Al-Nassr. Real Madrid arrives to this match after defeating Arandina in the Copa del Rey with a final 3-1 score.


Meanwhile, Atletico Madrid also secured a victory against their recent opponent, CD Lugo, with an identical scoreline in the Copa del Rey. This marks the beginning of three matches that both teams are scheduled to play within a span of less than a month.


Timo Werner might have won the Champions League during his time with Chelsea from 2020-22 but it was still an underwhelming stint in English soccer for the Germany forward.


Werner is widely reported to be close to joining Tottenham from Leipzig, initially on loan but with a view to a permanent move. In the short term, he would plug a gap left by the departure of captain Son Heung-min to the Asian Cup potentially until mid-February.


Ivan Toney’s eight-month suspension for breaching betting rules is almost over, with the Brentford striker available again from Jan. 17. It is interesting timing, with a number of top teams seemingly in need of a proven scorer for the second half of the season.


Toney gave an interview to British broadcaster Sky Sports, published Monday, in which he said he owes Brentford for sticking by him during his long ban. Brentford manager Thomas Frank has said Toney won’t be sold in January, and the team needs its star striker after plunging into relegation danger in recent weeks.


Jordan Henderson took plenty of flak when he decided to join the exodus of players moving to Saudi Arabia on lucrative deals, with advocates of LGBTQ+ rights feeling let down by the former Liverpool captain because he has been an outspoken supporter in the past.


His contract at Paris Saint-Germain is up at the end of the season, when he can leave for nothing. PSG is saying the club will not let him go for free. Mbappe appears happy to stay until the summer, and scored a hat trick in PSG’s 9-0 win over sixth-tier side Revel in the French Cup on Sunday.


The widespread belief is that Mbappé will end up at Real Madrid, though there is scope for a team from the lucrative Premier League to come in for him.


Liverpool has long seemed the most likely destination for the France international if he did move to England. The departure of Mohamed Salah, potentially to Saudi Arabia, would leave a gap in Liverpool’s forward line but that won’t happen before the summer, by which time it could be too late.


A move to Manchester United, a team that could afford Mbappé's wages, as the centerpiece of a new era for the club seems fanciful given it is far from assured of playing in the Champions League next season.


Chelsea manager Mauricio Pochettino has spoken of the need for more reinforcements this month, with the team languishing in 10th place in the Premier League at the halfway point of the season and in danger of missing out on qualifying for European competition for a second straight year.


The two sides are also set to clash in the Copa del Rey round of 16 later this month, with Los Blancos beating Arandina 3-1 while Diego Simeone's side overcame Lugo by the same margin in the same competition.


As it is, Thibaut Courtois, Eder Militao and David Alaba are already out on the long-term. However, the likes of Ferland Mendy and Toni Kroos are set to make their return to the XI.


With Reinildo Mandava on international duty with the Mozambique side at the Africa Cup of Nations, and Thomas Lemar sidelined with an Achilles injury, Pablo Barrios is a doubt on fitness grounds.


Among the key names likely to return to the 11, Mario Hermoso, Samuel Lino, Koke, Marcos Llorente and Rodrigo De Paul are all expected to start against Real. Antoine Griezmann and Alvaro Morata should lead Atleti's line of attack.

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