The Real Madrid vs Inter Milan Champions league match starts at 3 p.m. ET/noon PT, aka 9 p.m. CEST local time on Tuesday, Nov. 3). US viewers can watch on CBS All Access or the CBS Sports Network. BT Sport 1 has the coverage in the UK.
It's time for the Real Madrid vs Inter Milan live stream, which gives us two teams looking for their first Champions League wins of the season, but one in more dire straights than the other. At the start of this fixture, Real Madrid finds themselves at the bottom of the Group B table, with a loss and a draw to their name, and only 1 point.
That's a lot of headwind facing Zinedine Zidane's team (also injury woes are hitting the home side, we'll get to those below), and while that would push folks to favor Inter Milan that's not exactly the case. The visitors are likely lacking Romelu Lukaku, which will be a huge blow if he sits -- as is expected. Hence, Real Madrid is actually expected to get a win, bringing them to 1-1-1, which would move Inter Milan to 0-1-2, as they've had two draws so far this year.
Real Madrid is likely favored for its La Liga win over Huesca, which it won 4-1 this past weekend. Inter Milan enters this game after a Serie A draw — 2-2 against Parma.
Real Madrid enters the game also hindered by injuries. Lucas Vazquez is a maybe for this game, with a muscle injury, as is Alvaro Odriozola (calf), while Dani Carvajal (knee), Martin Odegaard (calf) and Nacho (thigh) are all out, without a doubt.
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Real Madrid vs Inter Milan live streams in the US
Like all Champions League matches from here on out, Real Madrid vs Inter Milan streams on CBS All Access. The good news is you don't need a cable subscription to receive that service. It's a separate streaming service that starts at $5.99 a month. There's a free one-month trial with CBS All Access using trial code 'PLAY.'
UniMás and TUDN are also airing the Real Madrid vs Inter Milan live stream, which means you can grab the games with Fubo TV, one of the best streaming services.
Real Madrid vs Inter Milan live streams in the UK
BT Sport broadcasts Champions League matches in the UK, with BT Sport ESPN, BTSport.com and BT Sport App handling the Real Madrid vs Inter Milan live stream. If you don't have BT Sport, a BT Sport monthly pass costs £25.
Real Madrid vs Inter Milan live streams in Canada
Real Madrid vs Inter Milan live streams in other countries
Here's a selection of where you can watch the Real Madrid vs Inter Milan match in other parts of the world.
- Australia: Optus Sport
- Austria: DAZN, Sky Sport 1/HD, Sky Go
- Brazil: Esporte Interativo Plus
- France: RMC Sport en direct, RMC Sport 2
- Germany: DAZN, Sky Go, Sky Sport 1/HD, Blue Sport
- Ireland: Virgin TV Go, BT Sport App, BT Sport ESPN, BTSport.com
- Italy: Canale 5, Sky Sport Uno, Sky Sport 252, NOW TV, SKY Go Italia
- Spain: Movistar+, Movistar Liga de Campeones, Mitele Plus
For more regions, check out LiveSoccerTV.com.
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