La Liga schedule: The most important games to watch this weekend
Football lovers need to get their snacks ready for this weekend’s jam-packed La Liga games. If you don’t have your La Liga schedule ready, don’t worry, we’ve got you covered with everything you need to know about the sixteen teams playing in the La Liga football league this weekend.
On Saturday & Sunday, we have non-stop games including the team to watch, and second on the log, Real Madrid. Using streaming platforms like Sling TV & fuboTv, you can watch all the La Liga matches without any interruptions.
January 23rd, SD Huesca plays against Villarreal at 8am ET. This might be an easy win for Villarreal, as they have already won four of their previous games. They also annihilated Celta recently with their four-zero win. But who knows – maybe Huesca will be the team to break Villareal’s goalkeeper, Sergio Asenjo’s lucky streak.
On Saturday at 10:15 am ET, Sevilla FC takes on Cádiz at the Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán Stadium. This might be the toughest game of the day with both teams losing only one of their previous five matches. However, Sevilla FC’s forwards are definitely something to worry about. Sevilla FC has had thirty-two goals this season compared to Cádiz with only seventeen during the La Liga. Yikes.
Don’t run away from your couch just yet because at 12:30 pm ET, Real Sociedad plays against Real Betis. After Real Sociedad’s recent draw against Barcelona, do they have what it takes to battle Real Betis? Luckily with Real Betis’s eight placement on the La Liga board, the only thing separating the teams are four goal points. Maybe Betis’s Loren Morón will surprise us before taking any rumored contract.
The last La Liga game is at 3pm ET with Alavés vs Real Madrid. For Real Madrid fans this will be the game of the day as the team is currently second place next to A Madrid. After a shocking defeat of 2-1 against Alcoyano in Copa Del Rey, does Real Madrid have what it takes to maintain their second place spot? We’ll just have to wait and see how the match plays out.
At 8am ET, Osasuna & Granada go head-to-head at the El Sadar stadium in Pamplona. Granada only needed two goal points to secure a spot in La Liga’s top six. Granada is known to not let a minute go to waste as they recently drew against Huesca. USA Today reported Granda’s Jorge Monlina & Germán Sánchez headed perfect goals in the final moments of the game.
Another Sunday La Liga game to wake up early for is Elche vs Barcelona at 10:15am ET. Barcelona recently announced they’re appealing for a suspension of the recent red card against their Argentinian player, Messi. According to FC Barcelona, this is the first time Messi “had ever been sent off while playing” for their European team.
On Sunday at 12:30 pm ET, the La Liga teams, Celta Vigo & Eibar will face a challenging game. Though both teams are not in the top ten, Eibar’s goalkeeper Marko Dmitrovic will have to be on his A-game after his recent loss against a penalty from Atletico Madrid’s Luis Suarez in the week.
The last game to wrap up your La Liga schedule is at 3pm ET with Atletico Madrid vs Valencia. Atletico Madrid may be boasting about their recent win against Eibar, but they need to get ready for their game against Valencia. Valencia has shown that they will not go down the La Liga log without a fight, and recently drew against Osasuna at the Mestalla stadium.
Are you ready to enjoy the La Liga matches this weekend? Let us know in the comments below.