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Four games come from La Liga on Saturday and as ever, entertainment is all but guaranteed in this league that is regarded as one of the best in the world.
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Real Madrid are in action on Saturday as they head to Granada knowing that a win would take them to within just a point of Atletico Madrid in second.
It has been a frustrating campaign for Jose Mourinho’s men and they will not be lifting the title come the end of the season. Second place has to be the aim though and with the football they have played in recent weeks, you would fancy them to catch Atletico.
Real’s last two matches in La Liga have seen them score nine goals and concede none, so they certainly into this one with a lot of confidence. It is also a chance to keep building momentum for the Champions League match against Manchester United later in the month.
Granada are struggling in the league and know that a defeat could leave them ending the weekend in the bottom three, something they will be desperate to avoid.
They might just be taking on the champions at the wrong time though as they have really raised their game in recent weeks and are playing some scintillating football.
Of course, if Cristiano Ronaldo is performing at his best for this one, then an away win is all but guaranteed. The Portuguese has now netted 21 goals in the league this season and scored a superb hat-trick against Getafe last weekend.
As mentioned, there are other games taking place on Saturday and the 3PM kick-off is a big match in terms of the relegation battle as Osasuna host Celta Vigo.
The home side currently occupy the final spot in the bottom three, but can overhaul their opponents in 16th place if they take all three points in this one.
Both sides are showing signs that they can get out of trouble this campaign, but they know what a huge game this one is. In truth, they each need a win as a draw could see them move down the table, so it should be an interesting 90 minutes.
Then, Deportivo La Coruna will be looking to move off the bottom of the table when they head to Getafe.
Deportivo have won just once in their last eleven matches, but are far from doomed as they are just four points away from safety.
This is a massive one in terms of their survival hopes though and they should be confident of taking a result as Getafe have not won in seven matches now.
The final game to look at sees Espanyol and Levante lock horns. These two have very different ambitions for the campaign, with Espanyol looking to beat the drop and Levante chasing a Champions League spot, which makes for a superb 90 minutes.
After claiming seven points from a possible nine, the home side have moved clear of the bottom three, but know their run has to continue this weekend to avoid being dragged into trouble.
It is all set for a thrilling day of action, with Real Madrid likely to be grabbing the headlines once more.