Granada vs Real Madrid LIVE: Stream, TV channel, team news as Modric fires Los Blancos ahead – latest updates


2 Another quick reminder:

Granada manager Diego Martinez appears to have opted for a 4-2-3-1 formation with four changes to the team that lost at Real Betis on Monday.

Rui Silva replaces Aaron Escandell in goal with Dimitri Foulquier at right-back and Quini on the other side, while captain German Sanchez and Domingos Duarte link up at centre-back.

Antonio Puertas covers the right flank with Darwin Machis on the other side, while Yan Eteki, who replaces Yangel Herrera, and Maxime Gonalons team up in midfield with Fede Vico, on for Angel Montoro, at No10.

Jorge Molina, who comes on for Luis Suarez, leads the attack


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