La Liga: Barcelona v Granada Live Streaming : Barca look to remain rampant on return back from international break

Current lead leaders Barcelona could are seen as 1/7 favourites to defeat Granada meanwhile Real Madrid look to pile more misery on struggling Almeria as the La Liga title hunt gets underway again after the international break.

With all of the international fixtures now finished with for the year, it’ll be business as usual for Barcelona and Real Madrid who are back in action as they continue their chase for the La Liga title.

League leaders Barcelona could potentially go six points clear of Atletico Madrid on Saturday if they are able to beat Granada at the Nou Camp on Saturday night.

Barca having struggled with several in-depth injury problems over the past couple of months, boss Gerardo Martino will be pleased to see several of his familiar faces return from injury including Gerard Pique and Cesc Fabregas.

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, despite their returns, Barcelona has been hit by the lost of Victor Valdes through injury meaning that Jose Pinto will deputise for the reigning champions.

Granada has enjoyed a decent start to the season having climbed up to eighth in the table alongside European competitors Valencia and Real Sociedad.

After beating Malaga last time out, it’s likely that the same squad will start again meaning that the likes of Diego Buonanotte and Hassan Yebda will continue to shine for the Andalusian side.

There will be other options though as Allan Nyom is back from a one game suspension that forced him to miss the victory last time out.

Heading west, Real Madrid will know that they need to do a professional job against struggling Almeria as they look to try and close down the six point gap to Barcelona at the top of the table.

However, this might not be easy for Carlo Ancelotti’s side as they lost both Fabio Coentrao and Sami Khedira to lengthy injuries during the international break meaning that Luka Modric and Alvaro Arbeloa are likely to deputise in their absences.

One big boost for Los Blancos will be the return of Sergio Ramos who will make the trip to Almeria as he returns from a suspension that forced him to miss the win over Real Sociedad.

Despite languishing on the edge of the relegation zone, Almeria could cause a surprise on Saturday night with Francisco’s side having won the last 3 games back to back.

Almeria’s cause to move up the table will be aided by the return of Verza and Suso from injury although their return may have to wait if Francisco looks to stick with the side that has got the job done in recent weeks.

With Granada and Almeria showing signs of good form, it will certainly mean that Barcelona and Real Madrid will need to tread carefully if they are to avoid being overthrown on Saturday night.

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