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Real Madrid, Barcelona, Atletico Madrid and Sevilla all resume Champions League duty next week. Feargal Brennan looks at how each side are shaping up for their last-16 ties.
The weather may have blown off two stadium roofs and two matches, but David Peters looks back on the remains of a disrupted La Liga weekend.
Things are looking up for Las Palmas after the loan signing of Jese Rodriguez from Paris Saint-Germain, says Luke Taylor
There were goals, sending offs and controversial incidents in the 20th La Liga weekend, one which David Peters looks back on.
The first half of the LaLiga season is in the books and David Peters looks back on its closing weekend.
The title race got even tighter with Real Madrid’s loss, but that wasn’t the only big story of the weekend. David Peters looks back on it all.
With Wissam Ben Yedder starting to score for fun at Sevilla, Kevin Gameiro has been successfully replaced, writes Luke Taylor.
The festive break is over and La Liga has returned. David Peters discusses five talking points from the first weekend of 2017. 
It wasn’t supposed to be like this for Jese Rodriguez and Gerard Deulofeu, who were once heralded as the future of Spanish football, writes Feargal Brennan.
With Marcelo Romero replacing Juande Ramos as Malaga Coach, Luke Taylor looks at what the change means for the Andalusians.
After a 2016 to forget for Valencia, 2017 threatens to be no different following Cesare Prandelli's bombshell. Daryl Hammond explains why.
Can Real Madrid and Barcelona continue their recent dominance of the Champions League by one going all the way this campaign?
A renowned hotbed of talent, Football Espana looks at the five most promising, young talents currently plying their trades in the Spanish top flight.
Luke Taylor looks at the implications of the decision to reduce Real Madrid’s transfer ban in time for the summer transfer window.
The final La Liga weekend of 2016 offered up the usual dose of quality football. David Peters takes a look at the main talking points as we head into the winter break.
Atletico Madrid may be victims of their own success, judging by the scrutiny of their recent poor form, yet Feargal Brennan believes Los Colchoneros will bounce back in 2017.
Luke Taylor explains why Cristiano Ronaldo deserves to win his fourth Ballon d’Or, in a look at the Real Madrid and Portugal star’s path to glory this year.
After a weekend in which Real Madrid did it again, David Peters discusses the main storylines from Spanish football’s top flight.
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