Real Madrid will be looking to bounce back from last weekend’s disappoting draw with Valladolid when they make the trip to Villarreal on Sunday.
Sergi Guardiola scored a 88th-minute equaliser at the Bernabeu as Real failed to make it two wins from two to open up the new LaLiga season.
Now Zinedine Zidane’s men face Villarreal who drew 4-4 with Granada in their league opener before losing at Levante last time out.
You can watch Gareth Bale and co for free this weekend and here’s how.
LATEST FOOTBALL NEWS
Man City hammer Brighton, Chelsea held by Sheffield United, West Ham win
Villa boss Smith defends Grealish and fumes at officials after VAR catastrophe
Frank Lampard incensed after Chelsea defender subjected to vile racist abuse
Liverpool beat Burnley to return to the top with 13th straight win
Arsenal vs Tottenham live stream: How to watch north London derby
Burnley vs Liverpool live commentary: Devastating Firmino finish puts clash to bed
Micky Gray slams Man United and says they are 'miles off' rivals City and Liverpool
Man City defender Laporte 'in hospital' after being stretchered off against Brighton
Solskjaer issues strong statement on Pogba future amid Real Madrid interest
Infuriated Grealish held back by team-mates as Aston Villa denied late equaliser
Swansea snatch last-gasp winner at Leeds, Charlton keep winning
Solskjaer insists Man United are ‘on the right track’ despite woeful away form
Villarreal vs Real Madrid: Date and kick off
This LaLiga fixture will take place on Sunday, September 1 and will kick off at 8pm in the UK – that’s 9pm in Spain.
The match will be held at the Estadio de la Ceramica.
Villarreal vs Real Madrid: TV channel and live stream
LaLiga have agreed a deal which will see selected matches broadcast live on ITV this season.
This match will be shown on ITV4 and the online ITV Hub with coverage starting at 7:45pm.
Providing you have a valid TV license, you will be able to watch the match for free either on TV or on the ITV website.
Villarreal vs Real Madrid: Team news
Villarreal have doubts over Bruno Soriano but captain Santi Cazorla is fit.
For Real, James Rodriguez, Eden Hazard and Marco Asensio are all out injured.
Brahim Diaz, Ferland Mendy and Rodrygo are also doubtful but Gareth Bale and Luka Jovic are ok to start.