La Liga returns with Celta Vigo v Barcelona, Zaragoza v Real Madrid, Levante v Sevilla as Bet365 announce live streaming on a variety of games from throughout Europe this weekend.
There are four games coming from La Liga on Saturday and as ever, we are sure to be in for an entertaining few hours in the Spanish top flight.
Both Barcelona and Real Madrid are in action as the former make the journey to Celta Vigo and then later on, the latter pay a visit to Real Zaragoza.
Looking at Barcelona’s clash to begin with, they can move 16 points clear of their bitter rivals with all three points at Celta and if at their best, it should be a comfortable 90 minutes for the Catalan giants.
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The league-leaders will want to wrap the title up as soon as possible, so they should go all out for the win here.
However, Barca are sure to have won eye on their Champions League clash with Paris Saint-Germain on Tuesday and if they are able to get the game won early on, we could see the likes of Lionel Messi substituted and wrapped in cotton wool during the second half.
Barcelona are currently the 4/9 favourites in this one, with Celta out at 15/2/.
The hosts know just how tough this game is going to be, but they need a result as they are on a three-game losing streak and three points adrift of safety.
With both sides desperate for points, albeit for different reasons, this should be a very entertaining clash.
Then, Real Madrid can make it seven straight wins in the league with a victory at Zaragoza.
Jose Mourinho’s men seem to be playing their best football at the right time of the season and although the title race looks to be over at this stage, Real must keep their momentum going as they take on Galatasaray in the Champions League on Wednesday.
Much like Barcelona, Real could be resting a few men in this clash, but they can’t afford to be complacent as Atletico Madrid are just a point behind them. An away win is available at 5/11.
Zaragoza haven’t won in the league this year and they are just two points clear of safety, which means they are in big trouble and a huge performance is needed this weekend.
They lost 4-0 at the Bernabeu earlier in the campaign, so this is going to be a difficult match for them to take anything from.
There are two other matches taking place on Saturday and the 3pm kick-off sees Rayo Vallecano entertain Malaga.
The visitors have dropped down to sixth position after a four-game winless run, but they could move back into fourth spot this weekend.
Rayo Vallecano can move level with their opponents if they win here, so both sides have the incentive to grab the points. However, a draw could be good value at 5/2.
Levante and Sevilla also lock horns at 9pm and with both these two sitting in mid-table, this could be an entertaining match as neither have a great deal of pressure on them.
All four games look like being good matches, but as always, all eyes will be on the El Clasico duo.