La Liga Live Streaming Schedule : Barcelona v Real Sociedad, Atletico Madrid v Levante, Valencia v Real Madrid, Malaga v Celta Vigo available online

The action is back in Spain as Bet365 announce a live stream service and latest odds on Barcelona v Real Sociedad, Atletico Madrid v Levante, Valencia v Real Madrid & Malaga v Celta Vigo.

The Stoke based firm report that with the introduction of their new live stream service they are able to feature a selection of games from the Spanish leagues, available for users to watch online through their live television technology on their website.

The La Liga action is once again ready to entertain us all this weekend and there are a number of crunch matches taking place at the bottom of the table over the next few days.

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There is an encounter on Friday evening and it sees Espanyol host Mallorca in a real six-pointer in terms of the relegation battle. Mallorca currently occupy the final spot in the bottom three, but can overhaul their opponents with a win here, so it is all to play for.

Espanyol are in the better form right now though after claiming two wins out of three. It might be a nervy affair, but is should be an enthralling one.

On Saturday, the early kick-off is between Granada and Rayo Vallecano. The home side could be in the drop zone by the time this one gets underway, so a win is vital, but it is going to be tough as Vallecano have won their last four and have a Champions League spot in their sites.

These two have different ambitions for the campaign, but the points up for grabs here are precious to each of them.

Then, Barcelona will be looking to extend their lead at the top of the table to 14 points when they head to Real Sociedad. Barca have played some superb football in recent weeks and three points are expected here, even though Sociedad are in eighth place and strong at home.

The 2/7 on the away win is sure to see plenty of support.

Getafe and Sevilla are both in mid-table of La Liga right now and know they need to show a bit of consistency in the second half of the season.

Neither are in great form and are struggling to win games, so it might be another tense 90 minutes on Saturday evening.

The final game of the day is between Malaga and Celta Vigo.

The hosts dropped out of the top four last weekend and will be desperate to move back into the Champions League spot this time out. If at their best, they should win here, especially as Celta hover just above the bottom three and have lost four of their last five.

The teams in 19th and 20th respectively then go head-to-head on Sunday morning as Osasuna host Deportivo La Coruna. With how tight things are at the bottom, either could climb out of the relegation places with a win, which means there is a lot at stake in this one.

Real Valladolid then meet Real Zaragoza and with both sides sitting comfortably in mid-table, it should be an interesting 90 minutes.

One of the pick of the games this weekend sees Atletico Madrid make the journey to Levante. Atletico have been brilliant this season, but the sheer class of Barcelona has meant that they are fighting for second place rather than the title.

Levante have also been impressive, but have fallen off the pace in recent weeks and slipped down to eighth. With both sides liking to play attacking football, goals could be on the menu here.

Real Madrid could be ten points be behind Atletico when they head to Valencia. It has not been the domestic campaign that Jose Mourinho would have wanted and his men simply have to win here as the former Chelsea boss is rumoured to be looking for a move back to the Premiership.

Los Blancos are on a dismal run of form which has seen them win only once in their last four, culminating in a disappointing 0-0 draw at Osasuna last week. The pressure is certainly building at the Bernabeu as the 7/2 on the Valencia home win looks a touch of value.

The final game takes place on Monday evening and Real Betis can move back into the top four if they claim all three points at home to Athletic Bilbao.

It should be another superb weekend of action.

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