La Liga: Matchweek 35 fixtures and where to get live streaming in India
Barcelona and Real Madrid remain favourites to win their respective home fixtures as La Liga moves towards a close finish. Watch live streaming of the matches.
Barcelona kept La Liga’s title race alive on Monday with a comprehensive win away at Villarreal and leaving very little margin of error for arch-rivals Real Madrid, who lead the table by four points.
Indian football fans of La Liga, however, are keeping an eye on the top-four race as well where Villarreal and Sevilla are at loggerheads with just four matches remaining. You can see live streaming of these fixtures.
After Villarreal lost 4-1 to a strong Barcelona side, Sevilla capitalized on it with a narrow 1-0 win over Eibar, to take their lead over Villarreal to six points.
Their next match is a tricky away fixture against Athletic Bilbao while Villarreal welcome close competitor Real Sociedad, who trail the "Yellow Submarine" by just three points.
Encouraged by their latest win on the road, the Blaugranas will now welcome city rivals Espanyol at Camp Nou on Thursday looking for a win in the 172nd 'derbi Barceloni'.
The title, however, is for Real Madrid’s to lose as the Sergio Ramos-inspired capital giants face 15-placed Alaves in the last kick-off of the matchweek.
With a place in the top four almost sealed, Atletico Madrid’s primary aim will be to keep their third spot intact. And the easy-scoring side will look to continue their run when they travel to Celta Vigo on Wednesday.
La Liga fixtures and live broadcast schedule
Valencia vs Valladolid, 11:00 pm Indian Standard Time (IST)
Celta Vigo vs Atletico Madrid, 1:30 am IST
Getafe vs Villarreal, 12:00 am IST
Real Betis vs Osasuna, 12:00 am IST
Barcelona vs Espanyol, 1:30 am IST
Mallorca vs Levante, 11:00 pm IST
Eibar vs Leganes, 11:00 pm IST
Athletic Bilbao vs Sevilla, 1:30 am IST
Real Sociedad vs Granada, 11:00 pm IST
Real Madrid vs Alaves, 1:30 am IST
Where to watch La Liga live in India
Football fans in India can watch the matches on La Liga’s official Facebook page, where they will be streamed live.