Another weekend of La Liga action is on the horizon and with five matches taking place on Sunday, there is plenty that could change before the remaining side’s in Spain’s Premier division get to have their say on Sunday as Bet365 bookmaker continue to make Real favourites in the betting for the title, and also announce a live stream on Real Madrid v Grenada and Malaga v Atletico games.
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By far the most interesting tie of the day on Saturday is Granada’s trip to the Bernabeu to take on the high flying Real Madrid.
Jose Mourinho’s side make the trip three points clear of fierce rivals Barcelona at the top of the table despite slipping up at the Bernabeu against Pep Guardiola’s side in December, and they’ll be hoping for a more comfortable win than their last game, where three goals in the ten minutes were required to secure the points against Malaga.
Angel Di Maria is a doubt for the game having damaged a thigh muscle over the New Year, but other than that Los Blancos have a clean bill of health.
Fresh from their cup defeat against Madrid, Malaga will be looking for a much needed win against an Atletico Madrid in desperate need of turning results around in order to save Gregorio manager Manzano’s job.
Malaga, who spent massively over the summer thanks to the arrival of new owners, certainly would have envisaged being higher up the league table than 7th, although with only four points separating them from 4th they will still have aspirations of making the Champions League next season.
The surprise package of the season so far has been without a doubt Levante, and while the Valencia-based outfit’s form may have dropped off somewhat after an electric start, they remain in fourth and could further consolidate their place with a win over 14th palced Mallorca.
Elsewhere bottom-placed club Real Zaragoza go up against fellow relegation strugglers Racing Santander, with the visitors knowing a defeat against the club one place above them would leave them in real danger of being cast seven points adrift at the foot of the table.
5th place Osasuna picked up a solid win against struggling Villarreal last week to move into 5th place, and will hope to make it back to back wins against Real Sociedad in the fifth and final fixture of the day.