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Real Madrid are La Liga favorites, it’s an ‘inescapable reality’ - Sid Lowe | ESPN FC

Watch ESPN FC Video: Real Madrid are La Liga favorites, it’s an ‘inescapable reality’ - Sid Lowe | ESPN FC. ESPN FC’s Sid Lowe joins Sebastian Salazar to discuss the continued conspiracy surrounding referees allegedly favoring Real Madrid. Following Real Madrid’s 2-0 win vs. Mallorca, Lowe addresses that since the La Liga title race is so close, the refs will continue to be put under the microscope. Plus, he explains why the remaining fixtures favor Real Madrid over Barcelona as the title race heats up.
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