PRIMERA 2018-19
LATEST
Week 4 16 Sep 2018
Athletic Bilbao1 - 1Real Madrid
Atletico Madrid1 - 1Eibar
Espanyol1 - 0Levante
Girona3 - 2Celta Vigo
Huesca0 - 1Rayo Vallecano
Leganes0 - 1Villarreal
Real Sociedad1 - 2Barcelona
Real Valladolid0 - 1Alaves
Sevilla0 - 2Getafe
Valencia0 - 0Real Betis
FIXTURES
Week 5 23 Sep 2018
Barcelona-Girona
Celta Vigo-Real Valladolid
Eibar-Leganes
Getafe-Atletico Madrid
Huesca-Real Sociedad
Levante-Sevilla
Rayo Vallecano-Alaves
Real Betis-Athletic Bilbao
Real Madrid-Espanyol
Villarreal-Valencia
Real Madrid dropped their first points of the season as they were held to a 1-1 draw with Athletic Bilbao on Saturday.
Rayo Vallecano made history against Huesca but there was more disappointment in store for Atletico Madrid and Valencia.
Getafe condemned Sevilla to successive defeats in La Liga Week 4, but there were winning returns for Villarreal and Espanyol.
Girona Coach Eusebio Sacristan has refuted claims from Celta Vigo counterpart Antonio Mohamed that his side ‘time wasted’.
Rayo Vallecano made history against Huesca but there was more disappointment in store for Atletico Madrid and Valencia.
Getafe condemned Sevilla to successive defeats in La Liga Week 4, but there were winning returns for Villarreal and Espanyol.
Barcelona staged another Anoeta turnaround as two goals in three minutes saw them come away with a 2-1 win at Real Sociedad on Saturday.
Getafe condemned Sevilla to successive defeats in La Liga Week 4, but there were winning returns for Villarreal and Espanyol.
Getafe condemned Sevilla to successive defeats in La Liga Week 4, but there were winning returns for Villarreal and Espanyol.
Rayo Vallecano made history against Huesca but there was more disappointment in store for Atletico Madrid and Valencia.
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