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La Liga preview: Matchday 23

La Liga preview: Where to watch Barcelona vs Atletico Madrid and all MD23 games live this weekend

February 4, 2022 By Emmanuel K. Budu-Annor
La Liga is back in action this weekend and will serve up a number of mouthwatering fixtures to feast on. Ready?

La Liga returns this weekend after a brief international break which saw a number of its stars feature in World Cup qualifiers for their respective countries. Unlike other top European league, it does not appear to be a straightforward run for the leader of the table with about 15 rounds left to be played.

Ahead of matchday 23, table-toppers Real Madrid will look to add to their title charge when they host Granada at home on Sunday. Los Blancos will go into the game looking to return to winning ways after a disappointing showing against Athletic Club resulted in their Copa Del Rey elimination. Trailing the Meregues on the leaderboard is Sevilla and with just four points separating them, the former will have enough reason to look over their shoulder in the race.

The Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán outfit are curretly on an eight-game unbeaten run and will be poised to extend the run when they travel to Osasuna. The game that will most likely catch the eyes of neutrals will be held at Camp Nou, with a new-look Barcelona side set to flex their muscle against top-four rivals Atletico Madrid. Real Betis, who sit third after having an extraordinary campaign thus far will go head to head at the Benito Villamarin after Valencia and Real Sociedad play at Mestalla.

La Liga standings ahead of matchday 23

Top La Liga games to watch on matchday 23

Valencia vs Real Sociedad: Valencia will begin their La Liga campaign with a home match against Real Sociedad on Sunday afternoon, hot from their Copa del Rey quarter-final success. Los Che are now in 10th place in the rankings with 29 points from 22 games, whereas Real Sociedad are in sixth place with 34 points from 21 league games this season.

Barcelona vs Atletico Madrid: On Sunday afternoon, Barcelona will host reigning champions Atletico Madrid at Camp Nou in one of the most exciting La Liga matches of the season. The new-look Culers will hope to put in a good enough shift to climb into the top four from fifth position while their opponents will be searching for their third successive win in the league to increase the points difference between them and the Catalans to four.

Real Betis vs Villarreal: When Real Betis welcomes Villarreal to Estadio Benito Villamarin in La Liga on Sunday night, they will be looking to make it five wins in a row in all competitions. The home side are currently third in the table, six points behind second-placed Sevilla while the team they come up against are currently in seventh place, four points behind fourth-placed Atletico Madrid.

Real Madrid vs Granada: On Sunday night, Real Madrid will welcome an out-of-form Granada to the Bernabeu in the hopes of getting back on track in La Liga. On Sunday night, Real Madrid will welcome an out-of-form Granada to the Bernabeu in the hopes of getting back on track in La Liga. Los Blancos currently remain the team to catch in La Liga, having accumulated 50 points from 22 matches, and sitting four points clear of second-placed Sevilla as a result.

On the contrary, Granada sits in 14th position, having collected 24 point rom the 22 leagues games they have played this season. They approach the game with Real Madrid on the back of successive defeats but history does not favor their bid for a turnaround as they have failed to register a single win in each of the last 13 league games played between them.

La Liga - Matchday 23 broadcast info

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