La Liga continues today with Atletico Madrid v Celta Vigo live streaming, plus Sevilla v Almeria, Getafe Betis available to watch online.
Atletico Madrid labelled as 2/9 favourites to heap yet more misery on struggling Celta Vigo whilst Athletic battle Valencia to maintain their European qualification spots
After showing some glimpses over the last year or two, Atletico are finally starting to look like a genuine title threat this year and they can move joint top with Barcelona with a win against struggling Celta Vigo.
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Atletico have won their first 7 games in the league this season and last weekend’s 1-0 win over Real Madrid has established Diego Simeone’s side as a side to be reckoned with.
Much of Atletico’s good from has come thanks to Brazilian striker Diego Costa who has netted 8 times in La Liga and now tops the scoring charts for the entire league.
Alongside that, Belgian goalkeeper Thibault Courtois has been also just as impressive as he has only conceded 5 goals in the first 7 games helping give Atletico the best defensive record in the entire league.
Unfortunately, the same can’t be said for opponents Celta Vigo who are stuck in 16th place after winning just one of their 7 opening games.
A major concern for Luis Enrique’s side will be the lack of goals coming from Vigo’s attack with Celta failing to score anything in their last 3 games.
To try and fix this, Enrique will turn to striker Nolito to see whether he can break their goal drought and help the side try and resist a strong Atletico side.
Meanwhile, Athletic Bilbao will aim to carry on their strong start to the season against a disrupted Valencia side blighted by off the field issues.
Athletic have bounced back from a poor campaign last season and are current sitting in 5th in the table having won 4 of their first 7 games this season.
This has been in part down to the good form of Oscar de Marcos who leads the clubs scoring charts with three goals in the first six games.
Their opponents Valencia have had a much more difficult start to the season with the Andalucian club having had to come back from a poor start to move up to 6th in the standings at the moment.
Sunday’s clash will see the Valencia backline without the notable figure of Adil Rami after the Frenchman was suspended for a week by the club after criticising both the club and his teammates during a radio interview.
Although some eyes will wander to see who will win the clash in Bilbao, many people will focus on Madrid to see whether Atletico can keep up with Barcelona’s hot pace and maintain their 100% start to the season.