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Atleti vs Getafe/Espanyol vs Valencia TV Info

Atletico vs Getafe, Espanyol vs Valencia live streaming info, official broadcast

September 21, 2015 By Oscar Rojas
Los Colchoneros are fresh off another win against Eibar, while Valencia need to bounce back after failing to defeat Betis last Saturday. Check out the live streaming & TV info for these fixtures below.

After just four weeks of action in La Liga, two of the Spanish top flight teams that had high hopes before the season began have been struggling to show what they can do. Atletico and Valencia are still trying to prove they can be considered as true title contenders, but to do so, they have to get better results against lower ranked teams, and their games against Getafe and Espanyol seem like a good chance to confirm those possibilites.

Just this weekend, Atletico struggled to overcome Eibar's tough defense, while Valencia was not able to break the deadlock while facing Real Betis at Mestalla, which started harsh criticism by the fans on coach Nuno Espiritu Santo, whose job is not so safe with Los Naranjeros after some poor performances this year.

Atletico vs Getafe

Los Colchoneros had a number of signings that are still struggling to adapt to Diego Simeone's tactics, such as Colombian striker Jackson Martinez. Even though the tall marksman has seen his fair share of minutes, he is still yet to impress with the red-and-white side, and he might end up on the bench against Getafe in favor of Luciano Vietto or Fernando Torres. Usually, Atletico doesn't struggle to defeat Los Azulones, currently ranked 15th in the Spanish top tier. In fact, the last two games between these sides at Vicente Calderon Stadium have ended with two victories for Simeone's crew, including a 7-0 blowout back in November of 2013. 

Espanyol vs Valencia

Los Periquitos prevailed against David Moyes' Real Sociedad last Saturday, coming from behind to win the game against the Txuri Urdin. With that win, Espanyol left the last places of the standings and will surely add pressure to Valencia on Tuesday. After failing to win a single game last week, Los Naranjeros need to step on the gas if they don't want to be left out of the championship race early in the tournament, since they are yet to lose a single game in La Liga, but three draws in four games don't seem to pay off the investment made by owner Peter Lim. While Valencia will try to win their second straight game away from home, Espanyol will be looking to redeem themselves in front of their home crowd, following their disappointing 6-0 loss against Real Madrid on September 12th.

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