Real Madrid and Roma are set to clash in an International Champions Cup 2014 match on Tuesday, July 29.
Kick-off time is 8:15 p.m. EDT at Cotton Bowl, Dallas.
The game will be broadcast on TeleCinco Espana in Spain; Sport 1 in Hungary, Israel, and Slovakia; as well as Sport TV 1 in Portugal.
The game will also air on Sky Sports 1/HD in the United Kingdom, as well as ESPN Deportes, Fox Sports 2 USA, ESPN Deportes Radio, and SiriusXM FC.
Live streaming is available on Sky Go Extra, NOW TV, Fox Soccer 2Go, and Watch ESPN.
Real Madrid are 11/17 to win the match, while Roma are 4/1 to win, according to OddsChecker. Odds to draw are 3/1.
Real Madrid were beaten by Inter Milan 3-2 on penalties in their first International Champions Cup 2014 match, and will definitely be looking for a better result on Tuesday.
Coach Carlo Ancelotti was not displeased with his Madrid side despite the lost, and said that: “We played very well in attack during the first half, we dominated the game and had fresh legs.
“It was a very intense match with a lot of strong tackling.”
Ancelotti also felt that the United States is an “ideal place to do pre-season.”
“There are good facilities here and being able to train is not a problem.”
New Madrid signing James Rodriguez will be heading to the States on August 1, and fans will certainly be glad to support and cheer on the latest Galaticos.
See the current table below.