The action continues in Spain with Real Madrid v Espanyol & Barcelona v Atletico Madrid, with Lionel Messi and Radamel Falcao odds available as Bet365 report they have a live stream of a selection of games throughout Europe this weekend.
The La Liga season has provided so much entertainment so far and this weekend looks to be no exception with a full list of fixtures taking place, as the highlight sees two of Europe’s leading strikers top the bill at the Nou Camp.
The big match of the weekend sees first take on second as Atletico Madrid travel to Barcelona. The home team can move nine points clear at the top with a win, but Atletico know they could blow the title race wide open with all three points.
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It has the makings of a cracking game, especially as Lionel Messi and Radamel Falcao are both sure to be in action, the former passing Gerd Muller’s record of 85 goals in a calender year with a brace against Betis last week as his striking opponent bagged five in a rout of Deportivo.
Tito Vilanova’s side will be looking for their ninth win in a row in La Liga, as they look an assured price of 3/10, although plenty will be tuning in just to see these two European hotshots play on the same pitch.
Real Madrid also play host to Espanyol on Sunday evening. Jose Mourinho is expecting a comfortable win from his men in this one as Mauricio Pochettino’s side currently lie in the bottom three in La Liga. The price of 1/10 really does not pull any punches, but with two draws in their last two outings there are some signs of recovery for the away side.
On Saturday afternoon, Getafe will be looking to keep their good run of form going when they host an Osasuna side that have moved out of the bottom three in recent weeks. With both playing some decent football right now, this should set the tone nicely for the weekend.
Then, Mallorca need to try and somehow take all three points against Athletic Bilbao. The home team have now only managed to take two points from a possible 30 and look to be in real trouble.
Granada host Real Sociedad as well, and then the pick of Saturday’s games sees Malaga travel to Sevilla.
Both sides are looking to finish in the top four this season, but Sevilla know they need to win this one to move within three points of their opponents in fourth.
Sunday sees in-form Levante play host to a Real Zaragoza side that sit in mid-table at the moment. Levante stuck four past Mallorca last time out – so are sure to be full of confidence.
Valencia will be disappointed with their campaign so far as they sit in tenth, but now they can concentrate on their league position as the Champions League heads into a two month break.
They take on Rayo Vallecano on Sunday and hope that a win will kick-start their season.
Monday evening sees two games take place as Deportivo La Coruna take on Real Valladolid and Real Betis make the journey to Celta Vigo.