What To Watch Out For In This Week’s La Liga Football Matches

November 02 12:50 2021

Calling all football fans out there! This is it! Are you excited for this week’s La Liga football matches? Check-out this article for schedules and expert analysis on the most awaited and upcoming matches. Get your head on the game and don’t forget to cheer for your favorite teams and not jeer on their opposing teams. Let’s get kickin’!

Match 1 – Mallorca VS Sevilla

The La Liga clash at Visit Mallorca Estadi on Wednesday sees home team Mallorca prepare for the visit of opponents, Sevilla. Mallorca who is hosting the game on Wednesday, October 28, 2021 at 1:00, aims to return to winning ways as soon as possible, but they will have a mountain to climb in the midweek clash. Antonio Sanchez is banned for the match, while two other players, Angel Rodriguez and Takefusa Kubo remain in the recovery room. Sevilla on the other hand is eyeing their third consecutive league win, and seeing that Mallorca are low on spirits following the unlucky draw with Valencia, an away win should be considered. Fit-again attacker En Nesyri is pushing for a start, while Papu Gomez and Rekik remain on the sidelines with injuries.

Match 2 – Real Betis VS Valencia

Real Betis moved up to fifth in La Liga with their pulsating 3-2 victory over Rayo Vallecano at Benito Villamarin on Sunday and Manual Pellegrini’s side should be supported to bag a fifth league win in six when they take on poor travellers Valencia at home on Wednesday. Sixth last season, Betis appear to have improved further this term and they’re now finally achieving consistency to match their entertaining and attractive brand of football. They’ve won four of their last five in La Liga going into this midweek fixture against Los Che, while they’ve also lost just one of their last ten across all competitions, winning seven. Catch their game live on October 28, 2021 at 2:00.

Match 3 – Rayo Vallecano VS Barcelona

The La Liga meeting at Campo de Fútbol de Vallecas on Wednesday will see home team Rayo Vallecano welcoming opponents Barcelona. Rayo Vallecano won’t want a repeat of their last result here after the 3-2 La Liga loss in their previous game against Real Betis. Looking at the pre-match facts, Rayo Vallecano have not beaten Barcelona in their previous 13 matches in the league. What a terrible run without a win that has been. And, they also haven’t been defeated in their previous 4 league matches at home. Considering all these facts, Rayo Vallecano are dangerous enough to score against this Barcelona lineup, but a single goal isn’t likely to be as many as they will have scored against them. Let’s all wait and see how this game plays out on October 28, 2021 at 1:00.

Match 4 – Real Madrid VS Osasuna

Buoyed by the win in El Clasico, Real Madrid will be aiming to overtake Real Sociedad in top position when they take on Osasuna on Matchday 11. Los Blancos proved their worth in the Camp Nou showdown, but they need to keep on making progress if they are to regain the La Liga title. Brazil international Junior Vinicius should keep his place in the starting XI after impressing in El Clasico, while all Bale, Ceballos, Isco, and Jovic remain in the recovery room.

Los Rojillos, on the other hand, head into the match following a 1-1 draw with Granada. Since Osasuna were beaten by Carlo Ancelotti’s troops in each of their last 11 meetings in Madrid, we are tempted to support the hosts. Cote is banned for the visitors, while Budimir, Hernandez, and Ramalho remain on the sidelines with injuries. Catch this game live on October 28, 2021 at 3:30.

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