La Liga : Latest Live Streaming Schedule as Barcelona face Getafe and Real Madrid take on Sevilla in Spain

The La Liga season returns  aswe bring you the latest live stream schedule from Spain, with the top games Getafe v Barcelona and Sevilla v Real Madrid as the top flight Spanish clubs look to register three points to either maintain their good form or kick start their season.

All eyes, as ever, will be on Real Madrid and Barcelona with the former looking to improve their early season form and the latter hoping to continue their winning streak.]

These two are expected to battle it out for the title of course and every week is crucial.

It is Malaga and Levante that begin the action though with 3pm kick-off on Saturday afternoon. Malaga have begun the campaign extremely well of course while Levante have had a mixed time of it.

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These two are expected to be evenly matched.

Valencia and Celta Vigo – two teams with below par starts, certainly by their standards – then go head to head before the two giants of Spanish football make up the final two fixtures of Saturday.

First of all, Barcelona travel to a Getafe side that have already defeated Real Madrid this season. Barca will certainly be looking to avoid the fate of their title rivals and will hope Lionel Messi and co can guide them to their fourth win of the season.

Should Barcelona achieve a win, it puts massive pressure on Real Madrid for their 9pm trip to Sevilla. They could be eight points behind 1st position by kick-off, meaning that only a win will do. Jose Mourinho’s men need to prove a few doubters wrong too with a professional performance.

Sevilla will look to cause them plenty of problems though, fresh from solid start to the season that has seen them pick up five points from three games. They have Alvaro Negredo in good form too, with two strikes already.

After what is sure to be a dramatic Saturday in La Liga, there are five games throughout Sunday with the pick being Atletico Madrid v Rayo Vallecano. Both are in fine form and both have some excellent attacking talent. Something has to give in this one and it should be a cracking watch.

Prior to this 8.30pm kick-off on Sunday, Espanyol host Athletic Bilbao, Granada and Deportivo go head to head, Mallorca travel to Osasuna and Real Sociedad are at home to Real Zaragoza.

Then, round off the weekend’s action, there is a fascinating fixture between Valladolid and Real Betis. It has been a mixed start for both teams and three points on Monday evening could be an excellent platform for the next few weeks.



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