This weekend sees El Classico, as we bring you the latest Barcelona v Real Madrid odds as football fans can watch the action from Spain through Bet365 and their live stream service, which includes Athletic Bilbao v Osasuna and Atletico Madrid v Malaga.
El Classico is obviously the main event of the weekend as the two biggest teams in the country go head to head. With Madrid and Barcelona the penultimate match of the weekend, there is plenty to look forward to before then.
Getting the weekend underway is Rayo Vallecano – a team desperate to stop the rot after three successive defeats – and Deportivo who are also on a worrying run of form. Both teams need the win.
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Also on Saturday, you have Real Zaragoza and Getafe doing battle with just one point between them at the moment, while Real Valladolid host bottom of the table Espanyol. Then, Real Betis and Real Sociedad – 8th and 9th in the table at the moment – are likely to produce an entertaining, open contest.
Moving onto Sunday, the excitement for El Clasico will be building by the time Levante and Valencia get underway at 11am. Both teams are in mid-table at the moment and with the ambition to be in the top four come the end of the season, things need to change. Especially for Valencia.
Mallorca are then hoping to recover from defeat to Getafe when they play host to Granada, while Bilbao and Osasuna – both in the relegation zone at the moment – go head to head for crucial points.
From 6.50pm it is then all about Barcelona v Real Madrid. With home advantage, Barca – who are currently eight point above their title rivals – will be the favourites, but Madrid have won at the Nou Camp before and will be confident of doing so again.
These two may play each other a lot, but it is still a tremendous occasion every time they do. The atmosphere will be electric, Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo will look to outdo each other and who knows how influential this result will be by the end of the season.
The La Liga action isn’t over after this one though – far from it. From 8.30pm, second placed Atletico Madrid and Malaga in third – two of the most in-form teams in Europe – do battle in a match which should be incredibly pleasing on the eye.
What a weekend we have in store.