The Copa del Rey Final will be held at the Estadio de La Cartuja. Madrid will be aiming to win their 20th Copa del Rey title. Their last victory dates back to 2014. Madrid is looking to compete for their 20th title in the competition, with their last triumph dating back to 2014.
Los Blancos will be hoping to win their first trophy of the season, as they are heavyweights in the competition. Madrid has struggled in La Liga due to their inconsistent play and exposed defense. The Madrid team is now 13 points behind league leaders Barcelona, and any hope of a comeback has been dashed.
Osasuna have been a surprising package in this competition, beating teams like Real Betis and those placed above them in Spain’s top flight. They have played some fantastic football this season, despite only being 10th in La Liga.
Real Madrid and Osasuna have been playing in the Copa del Rey season 2022-23 so far
Real Madrid won the competition 19 times, with their last title lasting more than a decade. A win in the final will be crucial for Real Madrid to have any chance of winning silverware in this season. Barcelona has dominated La Liga, and their recent form makes Manchester City heavy favorites in the upcoming UCL semi-finals.
Osasuna has been brilliant, given their position. Kike is the top-scoring player in the competition, and Roberto Torres is one of the leading assist providers. Osasuna will look to win their first major trophy after 103 years of existence in the Copa del Rey Final against Real Madrid. This would be a great achievement for the club, and they won’t hold back on the celebrations.
Real Madrid v Osasuna: Possible eleven
Real Madrid and Osasuna will start with similar lineups, despite recent performances. Vinicius Junior and Eduardo Cmavinga have returned from suspension and could start the match. Carlo Ancelotti will not drop Karim Bézema and Vinicius Jr, who have been excellent this season despite some recent performances. Osasuna is likely to start with their strongest 11 regardless of the result.
Real Madrid’s predicted XI : Thibaut Courois, Dani Carvajal Eder Militao Antonio Rudiger Eduardo Cmavinga Federico Valverde Aurelin Tchouameni Toni Kroos Rodrygo Karim Benzema Vinicius Junior
Osasuna’s predicted XI: Sergio Herrera, Jon Moncayola, Aridane Hernandez, David Garcia, Juan Cruz, Torro, Moi Gomez, Ruben Garcia, Aimar Oroz, Abde Ezzalzouli, Kike Garcia.
Real Madrid v Osasuna Live Stream: When and where to watch?
The match will start at 11.00 PM GMT, 6.00 PM EST and 3.00 pm PST. The following are the places to watch.
UK BT Sport 1 & BT Sport Ultimate. The live stream is also available in the BT Sport App.
Voot select will also offer the live stream.