La Liga Live Streaming: Rayo Vallecano v Barcelona as Catalans look to extend lead over Real

Latest La Liga live streaming odds with Real Sociedad Malaga, Almeria Levante, Rayo Vallecano Barcelona, Valladolid Atletico Madrid as the Catalan giants are expected to pile more misery on the home side.

As everyone had expected at the start of the season, Barcelona have run rampant in La Liga this season and the Catalan side will look to continue their winning ways against Rayo Vallecano.

Barcelona are on imperious form this season having already scored 14 goals in their first 4 games which has seen them take the top spot right from the opening day of the campaign.

Gerardo Martino will have almost a full squad at his disposal although Jordi Alba and Carles Puyol were unable to recover from their injuries and won’t make the trip west to Madrid.

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The Barcelona the side will still have Lionel Messi who has already scored 6 goals in 3 games in La Liga and is fresh from scoring a hat-trick midweek against Ajax in the Champions League.

It means that there seems little hope for a Rayo Vallecano side that have only managed 1 win so far this season and are sitting in 18th in the league.

This poor form has been highlighted by the fact that the Madrid side have conceded 13 goals in their last 3 games whilst only scoring 4 in all 4 games so far.

They will also be without several first team members with Lass Bangoura suspended meanwhile Nery Castillo, Iago Falque and Jose Carlos are all out injured for Saturday’s match.

In another of the Spanish capital, Real will be keen to not lose any more ground on Barcelona with a win over Getafe on Sunday afternoon.

Real are currently 4th in the table and sit two points behind Barcelona after drawing 2-2 last weekend away to Villarreal.

Carlo Ancelotti’s side will be without captain Iker Casillas after the goalkeeper sustained a rib injury during their
win over Galatasaray midweek but Fabio Coentrao is likely to feature after missing the last couple of weeks with some muscular issues.

All eyes though will be on Cristiano Ronaldo as Real’s main hitman has scored a staggering 11 goals in 7 games against Getafe over the past 4 years.

Getafe has not enjoyed the best of starts this season having only picked up their first win of the season last week against Osasuna.

Although Luis Garcia’s side don’t have any injuries to worry about ahead of Sunday’s clash, Los Azulones have only defeated Madrid once away from home which occurred some 5 years ago.

With both Rayo and Getafe in poor form, it looks likely that both Barcelona and Real Madrid will pick some more points to help them gain momentum in their battle to claim the La Liga title

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