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Madrid derby at the Santiago Bernabeu is a highlight of a LaLiga Santander weekend which also features new coach Quique Setien looking to put things right at Barcelona and plenty of fascinating clashes up and down the table.
Real Madrid took a three-point advantage in the title race last weekend with a hard-fought 1-0 victory at Real Valladolid, meaning Zinedine Zidane’s side now having won eight and drawn four of their last 12 LaLiga games.

Meanwhile, Atletico de Madrid drew 0-0 against suburban neighbors Leganes, meaning one point and zero goals from their last two LaLiga outings. However, Diego Simeone’s side have an excellent record at the Bernabeu recently – winning two and drawing three of their last five LaLiga visits.

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The size of the challenge facing Quique Setien at the Camp Nou was clear from last weekend’s 2-0 defeat at Valencia. FC Barcelona looking to quickly integrate the new coach’s ideas when they welcome a Levante UD team who sensationally won 3-1 in October’s reverse fixture.

The weekend action starts with a potentially tight clash between Granada CF against RCD Espanyol de Barcelona. The Andalusians have conceded just six goals in 10 games at the Estadio Nuevo Los Carmenes so far, while Espanyol remains bottom of the LaLiga table but are unbeaten with five points from three games under new coach Abelardo Fernandez.

RCD Mallorca against Real Valladolid brings together two teams eager to stay above the bottom three. The Balearic Islanders won 4-1 against Valencia in their last home game, while the side from Spain’s central Castilla y Leon region were unlucky to be edged out by Real Madrid last time out.

Valencia CF striker Maxi Gomez was a goalscoring hero in Los Che’s victory over Barcelona and brings another challenge for the Uruguayan as his former club RC Celta comes to Mestalla having drawn each of their last three games.

19th placed CD Leganes’ belief they can avoid relegation will have been strengthened by the draw at Atletico, but Los Pepineros could still really do with the three against Real Sociedad, who have the third-best record away from home in LaLiga so far.

Recent home wins over Granada and Atletico mean SD Eibar will be confident at Ipurua, while visitors Real Betis have just one away win in the league all season and were again disappointed at Getafe last weekend.

Getafe CF head for Athletic Club’s San Mames stadium, a ground where they have drawn on their last two visits. The Basques aren’t in the best run of form, however, have taken one point from each of their most recent five LaLiga games.

Villarreal CF have hit serious form with four wins in their last five LaLiga outings ahead hosting of CA Osasuna, who are still coming to terms with losing their top scorer Chimy Avila to a serious knee injury last week.

Sevilla FC are also flying high in third spot, and Julen Lopetegui’s side will look for a seventh straight home LaLiga victory against D. Alaves, who have picked up impressive recent victories on the road at Eibar and Levante.

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Match

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02/01/2020

05:30pm

Granada – Espanyol

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02/01/2020

08:30pm

Real Madrid – Atletico Madrid

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02/01/2020

11:00pm

Mallorca – Valladolid

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02/02/2020

01:30am

Valencia – Celta Vigo

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02/02/2020

04:30pm

Leganes – Real Sociedad

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02/02/2020

06:30pm

Eibar – Real Betis

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02/02/2020

08:30pm

Ath Bilbao – Getafe CF

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02/02/2020

11:00pm

Villarreal – Osasuna

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02/02/2020

11:00pm

Sevilla – Alaves

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02/03/2020

01:30am

Barcelona – Levante

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