Its another bumper Sunday in La Liga, with the latest odds on Mallorca v Barcelona, Atletico Madrid v Getafe, Levante v Real Madrid, Athletic Bilbao v Seville as fans can watch the action with Bet365’s live stream service.
As always, the La Liga fixtures this weekend take place on Friday, Saturday and Sunday are there does look to be some cracking games on show.
It all starts on Friday evening as Real Betis, who sit in fourth place, take on a Granada side that occupy a spot in the relegation zone.
Betis are flying right now and can move to third with a win, whereas Granada know they need something from this one.
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Moving onto Saturday, two teams just a few points ahead of the drop zone meet as Rayo Vallecano and Celta de Vigo lock horns, whilst a match between 18th and 20th also takes place between Espanyol and Osasuna.
Real Zaragoza host Deportivo La Coruna on Saturday evening and with Deportivo taking four points in their last two matches, they will be confident of a win here.
Malaga suffered only their second defeat of the campaign so will be looking to make amends when they take on a Real Sociedad, who are without a win in four encounters.
Sunday sees the big teams in action though and the first match is between Real Valladolid and Valencia, with the visitor’s looking to really kick-start their season with back-to-back victories for thr first time in the league.
Athletic Bilbao are then at home to Sevilla and they are both searching for a victory here, albeit for different reasons.
Barcelona are on their travels this weekend as they head to a Mallorca side that have suffered five straight defeats in the league. After their Champions League disaster in Glasgow midweek, Barca should have far too much for their opponents in this one and can extend their lead at the top of the table.
Mallorca boss Joaquin Caparros will take heart from Celtic’s performance however, and it won’t be easy for Tito Vilanova’s side.
The team in second place, Atletico Madrid need to bounce back from their first defeat of the campaign when they host Getafe.
The final encounter of the weekend sees Real Madrid make the journey to Levante is what is one of the pick of the fixtures this time out. Like their Catalan rivals, Jose Mourinho will be looking for a positive response from his side after a disappointing 2-2 draw with Dortmund in the Champions League midweek.
Mourinho will have to make do with an increasing injury list with Karim Benzema and Gonzalo Higuain both struggling with knocks, to add to the absence of Marcelo and Fabio Coentrao, who are both still out.
Real will be the big favourites, but with Levante winning three of their last four matches, they are not to be taken lightly.
Juan Ignacio Martinez’s side have an excellent record at Ciutat de Valencia, where they are unbeaten in five games, and in Obafemi Martins they have a player in top form, who has hit four goals in his last six games.
Bring on the action in this superb Spanish top flight.