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La Liga - How to watch Matchday 28

La Liga - How to watch Barça-Osasuna, Mallorca-Madrid and all Matchday 28 fixtures

March 10, 2022 By Oscar Rojas
Matchday 28 could separate the men from the boys when it comes to which side will make the most out of their weekend clash.

The upcoming weekend of action in La Liga could have a major effect on how things develop for all teams involved in the title race. An interesting batch of games is set to take place in the next four days, with tough outings for the league leaders and some of the most popular clubs in the country.

It will be a busy weekend that will begin on Friday with Atlético hosting Cádiz. Los Gaditanos are involved in the battle to avoid relegation, but Simeone's men can't kick back and relax if they want to jump back in the title race. Next up, Barcelona will also play the role of hosts when they welcome Osasuna on Sunday, as they make their way back to the top two waiting for a slip-up by Sevilla. Last, but not least, it will be Real Madrid's duty to put an end to this matchday in a rather strange Monday-evening clash against Mallorca away from home.

With that in mind, let's have a closer look at the intimate details that will make this weekend in La Liga one to keep an eye on.

La Liga standings heading into Matchday 28

Real Madrid top the table with 63 points, with Sevilla eight points behind them in the title race. Los Hispalenses will want to keep their seven-point advantage over Barcelona and Atlético, who are third and fourth in the league, although Los Culés still have a game in hand. The top five teams are completed by Betis, who have struggled to win games recently and have seen their third place turn to fifth after two straight losses.

La Liga games you won't want to miss on Matchday 28

 

La Liga: Who's in and who's out for Matchday 28?

*All info as of March 10, 2022

Atletico Madrid - Injured: Daniel Wass, Thomas Lemar, Stefan Savic, Koke, Mario Hermoso, Geoffrey Kondogbia, Sime Vrsaljko, Matheus Cunha. 

Barcelona - Injured: Samuel Umtiti, Ansu Fati, Sergi Roberto, Alex Balde. Suspended: Nico González. Ineligible: Moussa Wagué.

Real Betis - Injured: Martín Montoya.

Real Madrid - No missing players. 

Sevilla - Injured: Karim Rekik, Suso. 

La Liga matchday 28 fixtures 


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