Primera Liga continues with the latest Levante v Sevilla, Betis v Celta Vigo, Malaga v Barcelona live streaming news from La Liga on Sunday.
Defending champions Barcelona take on last season’s 6th place side, Malaga, looking to build on their superb start to the season.
Gerado Martino’s side were at their very best as they ran out 7-0 winners over Levant to begin the season where they finished last, top of the table.
Barcelona started last weekend with Brazilian superstar Neymar on the bench but with the former Santos man grabbing his first goal, with a header in the super-cup clash with Atletico, a place in the starting XI beckons.
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21 year old however is likely to make his first league start with the early indications being that he will replace Lionel Messi. The Argentine set to miss out after he bruised the femoral bicep tendon in his left thigh during the first half of the 1-1 draw with Atletico Madrid.
Messi has not been ruled out yet however and will be assessed before the game although with a busy schedule ahead it’s unlikely that Martino will risk his star man.
One man definitely out is captain Carlos Puyol. The centre-back is still not match fit and has yet to resume training with the first team squad.
Malaga meanwhile put their financial woes behind them last season surprising many on their way to the quarter-finals of the Champions League and a top 6 finish.
Their excellent campaign saw two of their stars move on with play-maker Isco joining Real Madrid and manager Manuel Pellegrini making the move to Manchester City.
The new man in charge, Bernd Schuster, will be very familiar to Barcelona fans after spending 8 years with the club during the 1980’s.
The German born former midfielder has previously managed Levante, Getafe and Real Madrid but has not faced his former side since a 4-1 win in 2008 while with Real.
Schuster is set to hand a debut to striker to striker Bartlomiej Pawlowski, after the Polish star received international clearance for his transfer.
The young 20 year old will be hoping that he can make an immediate impact after his new side went down meekly to Valencia 1-0 last time out.