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Legia Warsaw vs. Real Madrid 2016 live stream: Time, TV schedule and how to watch Champions League online

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Los Blancos play behind closed doors.

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Real Madrid visit Legia Warsaw and the Polish side will not be able to play in front of their fans because of a ban imposed by UEFA.

This means that the home team will lose a very significant home-field advantage, something that should increase Real's chances of getting all three points. Los Blancos will be without key starters Marcelo, Ramos, Casemiro and Modric while James Rodriguez is also out with a calf injury. Mateo Kovacic and Isco will have to step their game up alongside Toni Kroos in order to control the game for Madrid, who struggled a bit when Legia visited the Santiago Bernabeu two weeks ago.

Either way, this match seems to be a mere formality for Madrid, who will wait until the next match against Dortmund to see if they have what it takes to win the Group Stage and get a better draw for the Round of 16.

Match Information

Location: Warsaw, Poland.

Kick-off time: 08:45 PM CET, 03:45 PM Eastern, 12:45 AM Pacific

Time converter at worldtimebuddy.com

Available TV: FOX Deportes (USA), BeIN Sports (Canada), BeIN Sports (Spain) Others.

Available streaming: BeIN Sports Connect (Canada high-quality and legal stream, monthly subscription for every Real Madrid game, click here to sign up and for a special coupon for Managing Madrid users), Others.

For listings in other countries, check out LiveSoccerTV.com.