Real Madrid vs America time, live stream, lineups and club friendly

Real Madrid vs America time, live stream, lineups and club friendly. The European champions had to swallow when they were beaten by a new Barcelona team in El Clasico on Sunday. But the 1-0 defeat certainly did not demoralize the La Liga champions as they had plenty of positives after the game. They will take the field again late Tuesday night (early Wednesday morning) to face Mexican giants Club America in California. The Liga MX Apertura side have been the punching bag of Europe’s elite during this American pre-season tour, coming into this match on the back of 2-1 defeats against Manchester City and Chelsea. If Club America can even get to a stalemate against Madrid, it will be a huge talking point in Europe for the future of the Champions League winners.

Competition: Club Friendly Real Madrid vs America
Date: 27th July 2022
Kickoff: 02:30 UTC
Venue: Oracle Park, San Francisco

Real Madrid team news

With likely Ballon d’Or winner Karim Benzema out of the squad for this match, Madrid have no traditional striker to line up up front. But it also means Eden Hazard could regain confidence with a false nine starting XI on Tuesday night. Carlo Ancelotti started his future midfield trio of Federico Valverde, Aurelien Tchouameni and Eduardo Camavinga, but the French duo failed to impress at all against Barcelona. So we can see the Italian coach bring on his five-time Champions League winners Luka Modric and Toni Kroos in this game – right from the opening whistle. Thibaut Courtois remains our key player to watch as he needs a clean sheet more than ever.

Real Madrid squad

Keeper

1. Thibaut Courtois

Defenders

17. Lucas Vazquez

3. Eder Militao

22.Antonio Rudiger

4.David Alaba

Reserves

15. Federico Valverde

8. Toni Kroos

10. Luka Modric

Attackers

21. Rodrygo is going

7. Eden Hazard

20. Vinicius junior

News from the Club America team

Club America should start with almost the same starting XI that faced Club Tijuana at the weekend. But we may see Henry Martin replace Jonathan Rodriguez in the number nine position. While Rodriguez remains the club’s first-team striker, Martin may have just convinced coach Fernando Ortiz to give him the nod thanks to the striker’s goal against Manchester City as well as his heroic run behind the line against Chelsea FC. Centre-back Bruno Valdez has been rested recently and would certainly start against Madrid as he remains our second player to watch thanks to his old-school defensive skills.

Club America lineup

Keeper

13. Guilherme Ochoa

Defenders

2. Luis Fuentes

14. Nestor Araujo

18. Bruno Valdez

3.Jorge Sanchez

Reserves

20.Ricardo Sanchez

8. Alvaro Fidalgo

6. Jonathan Dos Santos

10. Diego Valdes

17. Alejandro Zendejas

Attackers

21.Henry Martin