La Liga Live Streaming Guide : Atletico Madrid v Vallecano, Malaga v Barcelona, Grenada v Real Madrid schedule

La Liga live streaming returns with Atletico Madrid v Vallecano, Malaga v Barcelona, Grenada v Real Madrid, Betis Celta Viga to watch online for punters and fans alike.

The action heads into its second round of fixtures this weekend and the five games taking place on Sunday and Monday look like being the best days of action.

There are four games getting underway on Sunday evening and the first of them sees Atletico Madrid entertain Rayo Vallecano in what should be a cracker.

Both of these sides were winners on the opening weekend of the campaign and they should come into this one full of confidence.

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Barcelona have been superb this campaign and another win for the league-leaders wil then drew 1-1 with Barcelona in the Spanish Super Cup during the week and David Villa scored a cracking goal. The Spain international might just be the key man here as well and if the home team are at their best, they should come out on top.

However, Vallecano have showed they can compete with the best of their day and some might see some value on the away side as they are out at 10/1.

After this one, Barcelona are in action as they travel to Malaga and the Champions of Spain will be looking for a similar performance to their 7-0 thumping of Levante on the opening day.

Confidence should be high in the Catalan club’s camp and even if Lionel Messi isn’t 100 per cent fit for this one, Neymar opened his account for Barca during the week and could be the key man.

It isn’t a surprise to see that Barcelona are being offered at 1/4 to take all three points and after Malaga lost their opening game of the season, it is going to be tough for the hosts to get anything here.

Levante know they have to bounce back from their opening day disaster straight away and they entertain Sevilla on Sunday evening.

Things couldn’t have gone much worse for Levante last weekend, but they take on a Sevilla side that also lost their first game of the season. The draw looks to be good value in this one at 12/5 as neither side comes into the game with any confidence and they might just settle for their first point of the campaign.

The late kick-off sees Real Betis and Celta Vigo lock horns.

On Monday evening, Real Madrid make the journey to Granada and Carlo Ancelotti will be looking for his men to build on their 2-1 win last time out.

It wasn’t the best performance from Real on the opening day and in truth, they might suit being away from home early on as there isn’t as much pressure as when playing at the Bernabeu.

As ever, Cristiano Ronaldo is going to be the main man in this one and Granada will have a tough job keeping the Portuguese quiet. An away win is at 2/5 and this should be a match Real take comfortably.

Granada won on the opening weekend though, so should have plenty of confidence and will be looking to cause the first big upset of the season.

Bring on a couple of top quality days in La Liga on Sunday and Monday.

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