La Liga returns with Real Madrid v Levante, Barcelona v Mallorca, Deportivo Zaragoza as Bet365 report a live streaming service on games throughout Europe this weekend.
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Four big games come from La Liga on Saturday and both Real Madrid and Barcelona are in action as they are of course in Champions League action during the week.
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Barca are 13 points clear of their bitter rivals and there are now just nine games to go, so they could secure the title in the next few weeks, but Tito Vilanova is likely to have one eye on the Champions League clash with PSG on Wednesday night when his side entertain Mallorca on Saturday.
Lionel Messi came off injured in the first leg against the French side on Tuesday evening and he might be left out of the squad altogether as he faces a fight to be fit for the all important second leg.
Vilanova will be confident of a victory here as his men are on home soil to a Mallorca side that sit in 19th place and have lost their last two.
In an ideal world, the Barcelona boss would like this encounter won early on, so his players can take their foot of the gas and cruise to victory. A home win is available at 2/9.
Real Madrid are in action before their El Clasico rivals and can move to within ten points of them, which wouldn’t really put too much pressure on, but it would remind the Catalan club they still have a little bit of work to do.
Jose Mourinho’s men entertain Levante on Saturday and with it looking as though they are going to reach the Champions League semi-final after a 3-0 win over Galatasaray in the first leg, they can go all out for victory.
Real are being offered at 1/6 to win here and that isn’t much of a surprise as Levante have won just once in their last eight matches.
The hosts do need all three points as well as Atletico Madrid are just a point away from them, so second place is far from guaranteed.
The first game of the day sees Real Sociedad entertain Malaga in what should be a cracking encounter between the teams sitting in fourth and fifth respectively.
Sociedad have been in excellent form over recent weeks and have moved into the Champions League places, but their good run has to continue here as Malaga are just a point away from them.
Whoever can come out on top in this one will take a big step towards Europe’s elite club compeition.
However, a draw looks like good value at the moment as it is at 29/10.
The final game to look at sees Deportivo La Coruna and Real Zaragoza go head to head in six-pointer at the bottom of the table.
Deportivo looked as though they were set for relegation a couple of weeks ago, but back-to-back wins mean they have hope again and they can move to within a point of their opponents in 17th place with a victory here.
It should be a cracking day of La Liga action with plenty to play for at the top and bottom of the table.