Atletico Madrid vs Real Madrid FREE: Live stream, TV channel, kick-off time, how to watch

    THE MADRID derby is here this weekend as one of La Liga’s most-eagerly awaited fixtures takes place.

    Real Madrid will be making the short trip to face their fierce rivals Atletico at the Metropolitano Stadium, and there’s a way you can watch it all for FREE.

    Karim Benzema is pushing for a return

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    Karim Benzema is pushing for a return
    In Real's way are Diego Simeone's Atletico

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    In Real’s way are Diego Simeone’s Atletico

    And Real star man Karim Benzema could return in the big derby.

    Real have been without Benzema for their last two matches, after the French striker suffered a thigh injury in the 3-0 win at Celtic.

    But there are reports in Spain claim that the talisman is pushing to feature on Sunday.

    AS have reported that Benzema’s availability will be assessed at the very last second.

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    When is Atletico Madrid vs Real Madrid?

    Atletico Madrid vs Real Madrid will take place on Sunday, September 18.

    The match will kick off at 8pm UK time.

    Atletico Metropolitano Stadium plays host.

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    What live stream and TV channel is Atletico Madrid vs Real Madrid on?

    Atletico Madrid vs Real Madrid will be broadcast live on ITV 4 on TV and live streamed on the ITV Hub.

    I addition, it will also be be shown on subscription channel Premier Sports 2.

    Can I watch Atletico Madrid vs Real Madrid for FREE?

    Yes you can. Those in the UK can watch for FREE on ITV 4 and stream on the ITV Hub.

    ITV’s coverage gets underway from 7.30pm.

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