Latest Real Madrid v Granada, Celta Vigo v Betis Valencia v Espanyol live streaming schedule from La Liga in Spain.
Real Madrid could go top of La Liga on Saturday, for 24 hours, when they take on Granada on Saturday.
Carlo Ancelotti’s side moved into contention last weekend following a 5-0 win over Real Betis, the three points made all the more valuable courtesy of Barcelona’s draw with Levante and Atletico’s dropped points at home to Seville.
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With the top two not in action until Sunday, Real will have the chance to apply the pressure taking on a Grenada side that has won two of their last five games and one they beat 1-0 away earlier in the season.
Elsewhere on Saturday third from bottom Real Valladolid face high flying Villareal, Valencia face Espanyol while Seville and Levante face off looking to build on last weekend’s heroics.
On Sunday a Neymar-less Barcelona take on Malaga looking to bounce back from two successive draws. The club have been in the headlines for the all wrong reasons this week in the wake of the controversy over the transfer of the Brazilian forward.
The club’s president Sandro Rosell resigned during the week amid reports Spanish courts are to open investigations into the transfer of Neymar from Santos in the close-season.
The deal which was believed to be in the region of €57million has come under scrutiny following claims of a misappropriation of funds, with Spanish newspaper El Mundo Deportivo reporting to have seen documents showing the deal was closer to €95million.
The Catalan outfit, who could potentially be third in the table by the time the Sunday kick off approaches, will be keen to put those negative headlines behind them when they take to the field of play.
Earlier on Sunday Atletico will bid to bounce back from last weekend’s slip up when they travel to take on Rayo Vallecano.
Sunday’s action is completed with Osasuna taking on Athletic club Bilbao while Almeria face on Getafe.
The weekend’s action begins on Friday when bottom of the table Betis take on Celta Vigo while it concludes on Monday when Europa league chasing Real Sociedad take on 15th place Elche.