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Real Betis vs Real Madrid and all the MD 3 fixtures in La Liga this weekend

August 25, 2021 By Emmanuel K. Budu-Annor
The last round of matches served up a number of interesting results and the upcoming gameweek promises the same.

Matchday 3 in La Liga promises to be as thrilling as the two games that preceded it in this all-new season. A few surprising results have been the talk of the town since the turn of the week with all the clubs involved looking to make amends as soon as possible. Sevilla occupy the No.1 spot on the league after registering wins against Rayo Vallecano and Getafe in their first two games.

Atletico Madrid are the other club to have achieved the perfect score in two outings thus far, beating Elche and Celta Vigo in succession. Both Real Madrid and Barcelona have recorded a win and a draw apiece and will be poised to get the unbeaten run going in their respective games.

League standings ahead of Matchday 3

 

Top 5 Top games to watch

  • Real Betis vs Real Madrid: Real Madrid will be eager to bounce back to winning ways when they travel to Seville on Saturday evening to take on Manuel Pellegrini's Real Betis side. Carlo Ancelotti's side approach the game on the back of a dramatic 3-3 draw with Levante and have so far collected four points from the first two games of the campaign. For Betis, it will be an opportunity for them to get their first win this season following draws with Cadiz and Mallorca.

  • Barcelona vs Getafe: Life after Messi has not been too bad for the Blaugrana who will be chasing their second win in three appearances this season. Ronald Koeman's men improved on their 1-1 draw with Athletic Club to beat Real Sociedad 4-2 in their last outing. For their opponents, a win is of the essence as they are yet to pick up any points from the two games they have featured in so far.

  • Atletico Madrid vs Villarreal: The clash between Atletico Madrid and Villarreal is arguably the biggest one in this gameweek with the pair coming into this season after clinching trophies last season. The league's defending champions is one of the only two teams to have won all their games this season whereas the Europa League winners have registered two points from two 0-0 draws.

Who is in and who is out?

  • Athletic Club: ​​Yeray Álvarez (knee injury), Aitor Parades (COVID-19), Peru Nolaskoain (ankle injury), Yuri Berchiche (groin injury)

  • Atletico Madrid: Hector Herrera (phy discomfort), Joao Felix (ankle injury), Felipe (sprained knee)

  • Barcelona: Eric Garcia (suspended), Gerard Pique (calf injury), Ansu Fati (phy discomfort), Sergio Aguero (calf injury), Ousmane Dembele (knee injury)

  • Real Madrid: Andriy Lunin (COVID-19), Luka Modric (muscle injury), Ferland Mendy (phy discomfort), Daniel Ceballos (ankle injury) Toni Kroos (groin injury).

  • Sevilla: Lucas Ocampos (muscle injury), Oliver Torres (muscle injury)

  • Villarreal: Daniel Parejo (muscle injury)

La Liga - Matchday 3 fixtures


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