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Rampant Barca face their first real test
A month into the season and Barcelona look near perfect. Terrance Ross asks how will the Blaugrana fare against their toughest opponents to date?
Player of Week 6: Neymar
Neymar is so busy he has no time to think - defenders have the same problem against the Barcelona star, writes Rhys Clayton.
Tiredness tames Los Leones
Discontent lingers at Athletic Bilbao, but Yousef Teclab explains their slow start is the result of Champions League qualification…
Granada gaining ground
After an eventful end to last season a change of Coach brought uncertainty at Granada, but Yousef Teclab, writes, there is optimism in Andalusia.
Madrid singing the same song
The more things change at Real Madrid, the more they stay the same, writes Robbie Dunne, as Real Madrid lurch from crisis to harmony.
Nuno Espirito has breathed new life into Valencia, Terrance Ross writes, as Los Che sit top of the League…
Round-up: Week 5
It was normal service resumed for Spain's capital teams, but for the first time this season Barcelona struggled. Rhys Clayton tells how.
Player of Week 5: Cristiano Ronaldo
With four goals against Elche, Cristiano Ronaldo produced La Liga’s standout performance for the second time in four days, as Mike Barnes explains.
Madrid’s ‘reserves’ excite against Elche
Carlo Ancelotti gave some of his Real Madrid fringe players an opportunity against Elche. Terrance Ross examines how they stood up to the task.
Primera squads tested by European action
Week four revealed which La Liga squads can cope with domestic and European action. As Rhys Clayton writes, some fared better than others…
Player of Week 4: Cristiano Ronaldo
Cristiano Ronaldo’s hat-trick against Deportivo La Coruna made the Real Madrid forward Mike Barnes’ choice for Player of the Week.
Flexi-Bale Gareth gives Madrid options
Real Madrid’s summer transfers could lead to Carlo Ancelotti experimenting with the position of prolific Gareth Bale, Rhys Clayton writes…
Levante paying the price
Levante are struggling and, Yousef Teclab explains, their poor start is a result of not adequately replacing their Coach and star goalkeeper.
To boo or not to boo
La Liga is just a few weeks old but some unhappy fans have been voicing their disapproval. Garreth Nunn looks at the trend for booing.
Young Barca pass first test
Luis Enrique’s wholesale changes last night meant that very little was revealed about Barcelona’s real Champions League prospects, writes Mike Barnes.
Barca balance key to success
While Lionel Messi and Neymar steal the headlines, Sumeet Paul believes Luis Enrique has found an early balance in his Barcelona team.
Boo boys out for James in Madrid
James Rodriguez has been criticised by Real Madrid fans following a poor start to the season. Terrance Ross looks at whether it is justified.
Chelsea cooking on Fabre-gas
Cesc Fabregas is thriving at Chelsea as Rhys Clayton asks what’s gone right - and if Barcelona are missing the Spain international.
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