Real Madrid will be taking on Malmo in the UEFA Champions League match at the Santiago Bernabeu Stadium on Tuesday.
The Spanish giants are sitting right at the top of the points table of Group A. They have already made it to the knockout rounds and Rafa Benitez would want to end the group stage on a high note.
After their mauling in the hands of Barcelona at the Santiago Bernabeu in the La Liga, Benitez and his boys have gone on to win four back-to-back games.
Benitez will be looking to avoid further injuries and thus he will be resting most of his first team players against Spanish side Malmo.
Defenders Dani Carvajal, Raphael Varane and Sergio Ramos are sidelined already. Marcelo is unlikely to be risked on Tuesday. The fringe players are likely to come into action on Tuesday night at Madrid. This will indeed be a good opportunity for these youngsters to shine and impress the gaffer.
"The first half [against Getafe] showed everything this team has in its locker and everything they're capable of doing. We put in a really good 45 minutes. Today the team's performance didn't fall away in the second half - they were winning 4-0 and they sought to manage the game. The team's intensity dropped a bit because the job was done," Real Madrid head coach told reporters at the pre-match press conference on Monday.
Meanwhile, Malmo have no chance whatsoever to make it further in UEFA Champions League 2015-2016 season. They have lost all their games so far and would want to put up a decent show against the 10-times Champions League winner Real Madrid on Tuesday. Malmo lost their last fixture 5-0 against Paris Saint Germain and the morale of the side has gone down. The gaffer is trying real hard ahead of the game to boost up the players up so that they put up a good show against Real Madrid on Tuesday.
"Paris Saint-Germain were already ahead 2-0 after 14 minutes, and then the game really settled. Much went wrong in front of both goals, both defensively and offensively. We were punished by schoolboy errors," Malmo head coach Ade Hareide told reporters on Monday.
Real Madrid: Casilla; Vazquez, Pepe, Nacho, Danilo; Kovacic, Casemiro, Rodriguez; Isco, Benzema, Jese.
Malmo: Wiland; Tinnerholm, Arnason, Brorsson, Konate; Rodic, Adu, Lewicki, Berget; Rosenberg, Durdic.
Where to Watch Live
Real Madrid vs Malmo is scheduled for an 8.45 pm CET (1.15 am IST, 7.45 pm GMT, 2.45 pm ET) start. India viewers can watch the game live on Ten Sports. The match can be streamed live on Ten Sports Live.
The Champions League game between Real madrid and Malmo will be shown live in Spain on Antena 3 and TV 3. The live streaming option is not available.
Middle East, Australia and France on Bein Sports, while the online live streaming option is on Bein Sports Connect.
Viewers in the UK can watch the game live on BT Sport Xtra, while all the Champions League action can also be live streamed on Watch BT Sport.
Watch the Champions League game live on FoxSports in the US, while the live stream option is on FoxSoccer2Go.
Audience in Canada will not be able to watch the game live or stream it either.