La Liga Live Streaming Schedule : Barcelona v Zaragoza, Real Madrid v Athletic Bilbao, Valencia v Espanyol feature online

The action continues in Spain tonight, with Barcelona v Zaragoza, Real Madrid v Athletic Bilbao, Valencia v Espanyol available to watch online with Bet365’s live streaming service.

It should be another thrilling weekend in La Liga this week as the teams towards the top of the table aim to close the gap on league leaders Barcelona. Then, at the bottom, Osasuna will look to build on their win last week.

It is the team sitting bottom that get things underway this weekend too. Osasuna – who beat Espanyol last time out, only their second win of the season – host a Malaga side that needs to get back to winning ways after two successive defeats.

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Following this 4pm kick-off on Saturday, you have the attractive prospect of Valencia and Espanyol going head to head from 6pm. The hosts need to re-ignite their European push, while Espanyol need to improve on their inconsistent form.

The two remaining games on Saturday see the giants of Spanish football compete for crucial points. First, Barcelona – who are three points clear at the moment – host Real Zaragoza, before Real Madrid are at home in the Santiago Bernabeu to Athletic Bilbao, a team that comes into this weekend on the back of two wins.

Tito Vilanova’s side could welcome back the talismatic Carlos Puyol, who is close to a return after suffering an elbow injury, while striker Alexis Sanchez will miss the game after picking up a knock playing for Chile midweek.

The Catalan giants are looking for their fifth straight win on the bounce, and considering they have won their last nine encounters over Zaragaza, should welcome another three points at the Nou Camp.

Likewise, Jose Mourinho’s Real Madrid side are looking for their fifth straight win in La Liga  after a sluggish start to their campaign, as Christiano Ronaldo is expected to be available following an eye injury sustained last week.

You would expect both Barca and Madrid to record three points, but nothing is ever as easy as that. There have already been some shock results in La Liga this season and there is plenty of room for some more.

Moving onto Sunday, struggling Deportivo are at home to Levante, Mallorca travel to Celta Vigo, Getafe and Real Valladolid go head to head and 2nd placed Atletico Madrid – who are pushing Barcelona all the way at the moment – face a tricky trip to Granada.

The final game on Sunday is Sevilla v Real Betis. The home side have failed to win in their last three games so need something to shout about, while Betis are performing above all expectations to sit 4th in the table. They did lose to Granada last time out though, so will want to bounce back.

Completing the weekend’s action is a Monday evening fixture between 13th placed Real Sociedad and Rayo Vallencano with sit in 7th as things stand.


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