PRIMERA 2014-15
LATEST
Week 16 21 Dec 2014
Athletic BilbaoPrevAtletico Madrid
Barcelona5 - 0Cordoba
Celta Vigo0 - 1Almeria
Eibar0 - 1Valencia
ElchePrevMalaga
GranadaPrevGetafe
Levante1 - 1Real Sociedad
Rayo Vallecano1 - 3Espanyol
Real MadridP - PSevilla
VillarrealPrevDeportivo
FIXTURES
Week 17 04 Jan 2015
Atletico Madrid-Levante
Cordoba-Granada
Deportivo-Athletic Bilbao
Elche-Villarreal
Espanyol-Eibar
Getafe-Rayo Vallecano
Malaga-Almeria
Real Sociedad-Barcelona
Sevilla-Celta Vigo
Valencia-Real Madrid
Diego Simeone has backed Saul Niguez to stake his claim in the Atletico Madrid first team by handing him another opportunity against Athletic Bilbao on Sunday.
Barcelona ended 2014 in spectacular style courtesy of a 5-0 victory over Cordoba in La Liga on Saturday.
Eduardo Berizzo struggled to offer answers to why Celta Vigo lost at home to Almeria on Friday evening.
Nuno Santo admitted Valencia's 1-0 victory over Eibar 'wasn't pretty' but nonetheless revelled in his side's new-found resilience.
Javi Gracia wants Malaga to end 2014 on a high with a win against struggling Elche and said talk of the winter break is banned before the match.
Getafe Coach Cosmin Contra has insisted there’s no agreement with Chinese side Guangzhou amid speculation he is to quit his post.
David Moyes insisted Real Sociedad deserved to beat Levante following Saturday's 1-1 draw at Ciudad de Valencia.
Sergio Gonzalez hailed his Espanyol players for 'fighting like animals' following Saturday's 3-1 victory over Rayo Vallecano.
Victor Fernandez believes Deportivo La Coruna are primed for bigger and better things but need more goals to realise their potential.
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