La Liga Live Streaming Schedule : Osasuna v Real Madrid, Atletico Madrid v Zaragaza, Malaga v Barcelona available online

La Liga is back with Osasuna v Real Madrid, Atletico Madrid v Zaragaza, Malaga v Barcelona, Betis v Levante,  Valencia v Sevilla odds available online with a live stream service from Bet365.

There are eight La Liga matches taking place on Saturday and Sunday and as ever, they all look to be cracking encounters as the firm announce they are featuring a selection of games using their new online streaming technology on their website.

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Barcelona might be running away with the title right now, but the battle for European places and the fight to stay in the league look like being extremely tight.

Kicking the action off on Saturday are Real Valladolid and Mallorca. Valladolid are sitting comfortably in mid-table, so are sure to be looking up the table rather than over their shoulders, whereas Mallorca are in a real relegation battle.

The away side had been on a shocking run, but have taken four points from their last two games, so should come into this one with a bit of confidence.

Then, Espanyol and Celta Vigo lock horns in a six-pointer at the bottom of the table. Espanyol currently occupy the final space in the drop zone, but could move level on points with their opponents if they claim all three points.

Celta have recently hit a bit of form though, so might be the slight favourites coming into this one

Real Madrid will be looking to close the gap on second place Atletico Madrid with all three points at the Estadio El Sadar in Osasuna, who are bottom of La Liga right now. It should be a routine victory for Jose Mourinho’s men at a meagre price of 1/2, but they have been very unpredictable this campaign.

Christiano Ronaldo will miss the game through serving a one game suspension after picking up his fifth booking of the season last week against Sociedad, while once again the rumours persist of where Mourinho will be next season.

Evidently, it will not be at the Bernabeu as it seems the Portuguese manager is doing everything he can to get the sack from the board, triggering a payout and a move elsewhere, possibly back in the Premiership.

The dropping of captain Iker Casillas between the sticks, together with his unconvincing body language and barracking from sections of the crowd could see an upset as the bottom club have no pressure coming in to the match.

The 7/1 on the home win is sure to attract plenty of support.

Finally on Saturday, Valencia host Sevilla in what should be a cracking 90 minutes of action. The home side have won their last two and sit just four points adrift of a Champions League spot, so another win is needed here, whereas Sevilla are in eleventh and must start showing some consistency to move up the table.

Its now two wins on the bounce for Valencia and they can make it three out of three at the Estadio de Mestalla at a nice price of 11/10.

Then we head into Sunday, where the early-kick sees Real Betis and Levante go head-to-head. This is a battle between the teams in fifth and sixth and two of the surprise packages in La Liga this campaign.

It has the makings of a superb match and a win for either side would move them into the top four, for a few hours at least.

Deportivo La Coruna won their first game in eight last time out, which lifted them off the bottom of the table. Now, they must try and go on a decent run, starting with a victory at Real Sociedad.

The hosts have been impressive this campaign and will be confident of claiming all three points, but they know it will be tough as Deportivo are fighting for their lives.

Atletico Madrid are in action on Sunday evening as they take on Real Zaragoza. The side in second place dropped points last weekend, so have to try and win here to keep a gap between themselves and Real Madrid.

As they are at home, Atletico are the big favourites for this one.

The final game on Sunday sees Barcelona on their travels to Malaga.

The Catalan club have dominated La Liga this campaign and are likely to claim another victory here as they come into the clash at Estadio La Rosaleda after a 5-0 thrashing of Cordoba in the Copa Del Rey, with David Villa chipping in with a few goals.

It will not be easy as Malaga are in the top four right now and manager Manuel Pellegrini has worked wonders with the side, but if the four-time Ballon d’Or winner, Lionel Messi, is on form, then it should be another good evening for Barca, who look to be accumulator material at a price of 4/9.

Those expecting an upset can get 7/1 on the home win.

The game rounds off a great weekend of football in Spain.

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