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La Liga Week Three Preview

Welcome to the preview for Week 3 of the 2015/16 La Liga Season which sees Benitez's men face a tricky away trip to the Catalan Capital to take on Espanyol whilst Champions Barca head to the Calderon to take on Simeone's Atleti whilst Moyes's men face a tough trip to Sevilla to face Betis and Los Che travel to Asturias to take on newly promoted Gijon at El Molinon.
LEVANTE V SEVILLA(FRIDAY 7.30PM, 8.30PM SPANISH TIME)
Week 3 begins on the East Coast as both sides look to secure their first win of the 2015/16 La Liga season after beginning the season in a poor fashion so far and defeat for either here would put their season in an worse light so early on as Levante host Sevilla.

Levante had a poor deadline day signing just one player which was Goalkeeper Diego Marino who has signed for the next three seasons with the club from second division Real Valladolid and was Levante's number one last season.

I said before this season started that Levante needed reinforcements in the defensive area of the field in particular and they've failed for me because they just haven't got enough quality or quantity into that area.

January this year saw the club make key transfers that ultimately saw them safe from relegation but only just and I'm not sure that they'll be in a position they were last January to enable themselves to repeat what they did last season so early.

They've worried me off the pitch, they did the same on it last season defensively with the sheer amount of goals they conceded and their performances this season have worried me even further and should worry fans of the Valencian club too.

Against Celta in Week 1 they looked their usual poor selves defensively and in Week 2 away to Las Palmas they fell down a few levels and when I say a few levels I'm probably being what you call kind, very kind.

I've never ever seen a game where there is only side in it, and where the stats guys got 3 Levante shots from is beyond me because they created nothing and their approach to the game was absolutely dreadful.

Lucas Alcaraz is one of the most defensive coaches in La Liga but when I see him take his side away to Gran Canaria and put ten men behind the ball and defend all game happy to sit and take the point back on the flight back to the East Coast of Spain with them I wonder how Levante can survive.

Levante find a way though they always find a way to stay up and they proved it again last season so they can prove me wrong of course and it wouldn't shock me if they did either but my worries for them increase on a weekly basis and they increased alot after that performance at EGC in Week 2.

As for Sevilla deadline day for them was quiet but a few days before the deadline they secured the number 9 striker they still desired and former Bilbao striker Fernando Llorente was signed from Italian side Juventus on a free transfer.

Llorente returns to La Liga after two seasons away and should be a success for Emery's side and their signing on deadline day of Inter Milan defender Marco Andreolli on a season long loan highlight the club's strength in depth yet again this season.

Monchi has showed his genius work in the transfer market yet again this season and not only can see Emery field two strong sides like he could last season but just like last season no-one knows which side is the strongest one and this season Sevilla are much stronger.

Visually Sevilla at the moment look a different Sevilla from last season and the only game so far I've seen the Sevilla from last season was against Barca in the UEFA Super Cup in Georgia and that's worrying.

Week 1 saw a poor performance from them away to Malaga in a big Andalusian Derby but I didn't read much into that due to the number of new signings in the line-up and the fact it was opening weekend and although their game at home to Atleti was Week 2 it still can be read into.

The majority of the eleven that took to the field against Atleti were part of last season's regular starting eleven so don't come to me with the old fashioned excuse of 'new players need to settle in' because that's nonsense.

It's nonsense when the majority of that eleven had last season's starters in it and yes new players will take time to bed in but you can't use that excuse when less than four of them took to the field against Atleti.

One defeat last year at the Pizjuan and in the first home game of this season they were swept away by an Atleti side who yes were fantastic but Sevilla were poor and looked tired, lacklustre and their usual high energy attacking play wasn't on display.

Sevilla will no doubt improve but compared to last season I don't know if they can reach last season's level at the moment or better it but from what I've seen so far I'm far from impressed but with Emery at the helm I still have high hopes for this Sevilla side but improvements must be made and quickly.

Sevilla begin their UEFA Champions League Campaign at home at the Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan on Tuesday night as they face German side Borussia Monchengladbach in their Group D opener which is a very exciting group indeed.

It's a tough group for Sevilla and they could have had an easier draw being in Pot 3 but it is what it is and I think they can progress I really do and I'll tell you why and if you are writing them off because they finished 5th in the best league in the world I worry about your football knowledge.

Juventus have lost key players from last season's squad which reached the final and have lost Pirlo and Vidal which is the key part of their crucial midfield gone and top scorer Carlos Tevez has also departed.

Manchester City despite having five or six good players always fail on the European stage and their lack of European experience in the big big games make them suspect and Sevilla may be lacking Champions League experience but they don't lack big European experience.

Sevilla have won the last two Europa Leagues so aren't lacking in knockout experience and whilst this is the group stage they'll draw from the experience they've had in the Europa League and on the counter-attack they are a very dangerous side.

There's no reason why Sevilla can't win this group or finish second and the Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan will be a key factor to their fate in this group and with their opening game against the weakest side in the group in Borussia Monchengladbach they must get off to a winning start.

Sevilla have received a blow following the game against Atleti with the news that key central defender Daniel Carrico is to be out of action for two months due to a damaged muscle and a key part of Sevilla's central defensive unit is now out of action for eight weeks.

Sevilla haven't enjoyed playing Levante in recent seasons because last season's success on the East Coast was their only success over Levante since 2011, Sevilla have beaten Levante in just one of the last 8 meetings with Levante winning three of them and the other four ending in draws.

On the East Coast Sevilla have come away from Valencia with one win from their last four trips to face Levante losing two and drawing one and have failed to score in three of their last four visits to the East Coast to face Levante.
ESPANYOL V REAL MADRID(SATURDAY 3PM UK TIME, 4PM SPANISH TIME)
A huge game for Los Blancos lies in wait for them in the Catalan Capital as they travel to Catalonia to host an Espanyol side who look in trouble early on and look set for a long hard season that looks to be destined to be involved in a troubled season for the Catalan side.

Espanyol come into this one with three points on the board but looking a much weaker side than last season with goals likely to be a problem for them this season in a season which is likely to see them finish lower in the table than they did last season.

I said before the season started that Espanyol's dealings in the transfer market let me frustrated and underwhelmed because Stuani has been sold to a club in the second division in England and Sergio Garcia was sold to a club in Qatar.

It's two key players sold  to clubs smaller than Espanyol, centre-back Moreno has left for PSV who are bigger than Espanyol and the same goes for Goalkeeper Kiko Casilla who departed for Los Blancos in the summer.

Questions must be asked and they must be directed at President Joan Collet because myself and Espanyol supporters need to know why a key part of the side was sold when it was only a few additions away from a top six finish this season.

If Espanyol finish in the top ten this season it's been an excellent season because for me a top ten finish with the squad they have is a massive ask, they don't have the quality and they lack goals massively.

On deadline day Espanyol signed midfielder Pape Diop who was at Levante last season and after three years at the Valencian club he departs and joins Espanyol on a three year deal on a free transfer and will add solidity to the midfield as he is a good enough player for a club like Espanyol in that holding midfield role.

With last season's squad they would have beaten The Yellow Submarine in Week 2 because they would have had the quality in the final third and the goals to finish the Yellow Submarine off but they don't and that highlights their problems and why their season this season will be long, hard and a struggle for them.

Los Blancos come into this one after a 5-0 home success in Week 2 at Santiago Bernabeu as they thumped new boys Real Betis and showed the Real Madrid that we all love to watch and the one we must see this season on a regular basis if Benitez is to have any chance of success this season.

In the first-half they looked the same as last season under Ancelotti as they attacked well but for all that good attacking they did it in a dis-jointed and rushed way with the defence wide open leaving its gaps and space and looked open and exploited.

Fortunately Los Blancos were facing a side that won't finish in the top ten this season so weren't punished and whilst the attacking was absolutely brilliant the balance of the side especially in the defensive areas wasn't right in the first half.

In the second-half I saw exactly what I want to see from Los Blancos this season as they remained brilliant going forward and scored another three goals but they managed to attack with an actual balance to things.

Their defence looked much more solid and organised and the structure was far better it was the one we've seen in pre-season and that's impressed myself and many others in Spain but we have to see that on a regular basis, not 45 minutes of a game against Betis at home.

Benitez must get the balance right and so far it's a little frustrating because we've seen three different Real Madrid's already, in Week 1 away from home we saw a solid Los Blancos defensively but a very poor one in attack as they created very little against new boys Gijon at El Molinon and could only draw the game 0-0.

In Week 2 against Betis the first half showed poor defensive organisation, poor balance in the side and disjointed attacking in terms of their structure defensively and in the second half we saw the Real Madrid we must see more this season and that's one that remains fantastic going forward and also attacks in a balanced and structured way maintaining a solid organised defence.

This is an important away game for Benitez because Espanyol is a tough place to go but after a win here last season Benitez must see that Los Blancos come away from the Power 8 Stadium with a win again.

Espanyol are a weaker side than last season but for me it'll be interesting to see how Benitez approaches this one because I do not want to see the Los Blancos I saw in Asturias in Week 1, I want to see the one that was so brilliant against Betis at home in Week 2 and the one that played the second half.

De Gea won't be signing for the club and as president Florentino Perez fumes I don't think there's much to get into a panic about to be honest because Keylor Navas showed against Betis that he's more than good enough to be Number 1.

Manchester United were to blame and sources close to Real Madrid see Manchester United as a disgrace by the fact it took them around 8 hours to return documents to the Spanish Capital on deadline day.

I agree with Real Madrid because it shouldn't take that long and it doesn't, this was done on purpose and was payback for Ramos in my opinion and that shows you that Manchester United are ran badly right now.

Ed Woodward the man in charge of deals seems to me to be a headless chicken and whilst I respect Manchester United as the only club in England to have a fantastic knock-out record in the Champions League their transfer dealings and conduct this summer show that since Ferguson have left they're not the great draw.

They need to get someone in to oust Woodward to move forward because at the moment their transfer window that started so great turned sour and Florentino isn't a man to forget he really isn't but De Gea will sign for Real for free next summer.

Manchester United are the losing party in this and that's a fact because even if some will make out that Romero is their number one and good enough you've still now got a full season of a player who wants out at your club.

That's bad for the dressing room whilst your chances of Navas may have decreased significantly and you now lose a goalkeeper who could become the best goalkeeper in the World in a few years time for free rather than receive £29 million pounds English money to spend in another area of the field.

Whether De Gea sacks agent Jorge Mendes who he hired to secure his dream move to Los Blancos is another matter but given Mendes's ridiculous amount of involvement in Valencia's transfer moves this season and given my dislike for the man I'm not going to waste a single second of my time on the guy by speaking about him.

Los Blancos begin their UEFA Champions League campaign on Tuesday night as they host Ukrainian side Shakhtar Donetsk at Santiago Bernabeu as they get their campaign in Group A underway.

Los Blancos's groups in the Champions League have been pretty dull but whilst they'll cope with Shakhtar and Malmo comfortably the real stand out glamour game in this group will be a glamour one as they'll face French side PSG.

This will see the return of Angel Di Maria to Santiago Bernabeu and gives Los Blancos two very very competitive games early on in the competition and PSG face another La Liga side in the group stage for a second season in a row.

They beat Barca in Paris then lost at Camp Nou and that's how Barca came back to win the group and whilst Los Blancos may not lose in Paris I still expect the game against PSG at Santiago Bernabeu on matchday 4 to decide the winner of this group and forms part of a double header as they go to Paris on matchday 3 too.

Back to this game and Benitez must set up Los Blancos far better than he did in Asturias and given Espanyol's problems this season with the fact they struggle for goals Benitez knows that failure in the Catalan Capital cannot happen.

Los Blancos adore playing Espanyol and have won their last four meetings against the Catalan side and not only have they not lost against them since 2007 but they've won four of their last five visits to the Catalan Capital against Espanyol.
GIJON V VALENCIA(SATURDAY 5.15PM UK TIME, 6.15PM SPANISH TIME)
New boys Sporting Gijon remain unbeaten in La Liga and also are yet to concede in the Primera after two tough games against Los Blancos and La Real and will now look to trouble Los Che who have Champions League on their mind at El Molinon.

Sporting Gijon can and should be immensely proud of their performances so far on their return to the Primera and I've been so so impressed with the side, their organisation and structure is incredible for a side who are one of the youngest squads in the Primera.

Against Los Blancos at home they were absolutely fantastic and had chances to win that game and it's okay having your full level against the big boys but when you go to Anoeta to face a side like La Real you must be at it.

Sporting Gijon were at it and it was a truly fantastic well polished away performance and Abelardo Fernandez should be so proud of his players, there's a long way to go and much work to do but their ability to stick to his gameplan and perfect it so far has been extremely impressing.

Gijon can't keep drawing games that goes without saying but to have any points on the board at all from their first two games is some achievement and to keep clean sheets against Los Blancos and against La Real is fantastic, it's an impressive start from the team from Asturias.

One player that's caught the eye so far is 24 year-old winger Jony who came through local rivals Oviedo's academy and looks a threat on the attack and that's another thing Gijon impressed on at Anoeta and that's their threat on the counter-attack, it's there and it's very much live.

Los Che have had their worst start to a season in 16 years and won't relish a trip to Asturias days before their UEFA Champions League group game with Russian side Zenit at Mestalla especially now goalkeeper Maty Ryan is out for 6 weeks and requires surgery.

Los Che did no business on deadline day which is very disappointing giving Ryan's injury and is heartbreaking for a young keeper who's done so well since signing for the club and impressed so far and it's a huge blow to Los Che to lose him.

27 year-old Yoel is likely to be the goalkeeper for Los Che and has played just twice for the club since 2014 and to have him in goal is a big worry and so far the season in which the club return to the big stage of European Football is going horribly.

Against Depor they were poor and not only have they drawn their first home game but it's telling that only three draws were recorded at Mestalla last season and after just one home game in the Primera this season Valencia already have one home draw recorded.

Nuno's team selection was baffling to leave the two most creative players Parejo and Feghouli on the bench, I could understand if it was days before a Champions League game but it wasn't, it was before an international break and his team selection at the moment continues to be a worry.

Barragan's sending-off was stupid and now Cancelo who was poor at right-back in pre-season will replace him in that role for this game but one positive is that Valencia's best right-back Barragan now gets a few days rest before the huge Champions League opener V Zenit.

Valencia begin their UEFA Champions League campaign on Wednesday night against Russian side Zenit in their Group H opener and despite being in Pot 2 they've avoided a big giant and will be pleased with their group.

Their group contains Zenit, Lyon and Belgian side Gent and Los Che should progress and I fully expect them to and expect their main rivals in this group to be Zenit and Lyon but their away form last season in the Primera was poor and their away form in Europe and the Primera must improve this season, they can't afford poor away form in this group.

Los Che have looked flat and unconvincing in their first two games this season in the Primera and a trip to El Molinon is the worst thing they could have at the moment especially days before such a huge European game.

Los Che's away form last season left much to be desired and games like these simply have to be won, they beat Cordoba 2-1 away last season and were fortunate in the end to win it, Gijon have a chance but Los Che have more than enough quality to beat Fernandez's men but good luck breaking this Gijon side down especially at El Molinon.

Los Che have enjoyed playing Gijon historically and have won their last two meetings against the Asturians and have lost just once in their 8 meetings with them and that defeat came back in 2008 on the East Coast, Los Che have never lost in Asturias against Gijon and have won on three of their last four visits.
ATLETI V BARCA(SATURDAY 7.30PM UK TIME, 8.30PM SPANISH TIME)
Barca sealed the title last season at the Vicente Calderon and now return to the venue which gave them fond memories last May but return without Pique and return to face a much stronger Atleti side who will be buoyed and full of confidence after their success in Andalusia against Sevilla in Week 2.

Atleti come into this one after putting in a complete and well polished performance in the Andalusian Capital in Week 2 as they came away from the Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan with sheer delight after recording a 3-0 away success.

To a man Atleti were simply superb in Seville, defensively they were as solid as ever under Simeone and their organisation and structure under Simeone remained but this season they represent title challengers.

Atleti are outsiders for this title make no mistake about it and with the players they have going forward they are also now a bigger threat than ever on the counter-attack as they showed at the Sanchez Pizjuan.

Jackson came on in the second half and produced a wonderfully curled shot into the top left hand corner giving Beto no chance and now he's up and running that will give him a great deal of confidence, Torres did a great job upfront and Griezmann was his usual brilliant self setting up the first goal for Koke and was a key part to the success despite not scoring.

Vietto and Carrasco will need time to adapt to the Simeone way as will Jackson Martinez but Vietto especially reminds me of Griezmann when he first signed because he like Griezmann is struggling in training in his first season but he'll adapt and when he does he'll have a wonderful season and add even more talent and quality to this side in the final third.

The Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan saw just one defeat in a calendar year last season and only Los Blancos could win there so for Atleti go there and win in Week 2 of a new season cannot be under-estimated, it's a magnificent achievement and it's a real real statement.

Without Luis at left-back I was a little worried that Sevilla could get at them but Jesus Gamez did a fantastic job and even though Sevilla again were quite poor you must give full credit to Atleti because they were simply sensational.

Now they face Barca in a game where they have a real chance of success and their title credentials will be severely tested on Saturday night against the best front three the world has ever seen and even without Pique in defence Barca can damage Atleti.

Atleti begin their UEFA Champions League campaign on Tuesday night as they head to Turkey to face Galatasaray in their Group C opener in a group which also sees them face Benfica and Astana who are the first ever side from Khazakstan to play in the UEFA Champions League.

Atleti will be delighted with group having been in Pot 2 like Valencia and to have avoid a big giant and Group C is a group they should win comfortably with Benfica being the most likely ones to join them in the last 16, the glamour tie in Atleti's group is of course Benfica because a game between a Spanish and Portuguese side is always something special.

Barca like Atleti produced a massive result in Week 2 as they saw off their nemesis of last season as they beat Malaga 1-0 at Camp Nou thanks to a late Vermaelen goal and that's a home game they lost 1-0 last season so they'll see their season so far as progress on what happened last season in games like Malaga at home.

Barca aren't playing fantastic at the moment but they'll get there and when ten games have been played you'll see a Barca back at full level, full speed and at the top of their game and the front three will be at their very highest level.

Barca begin their UEFA Champions League Campaign on Wednesday night as they head to Italy to face Roma in their Group E opener in a group which sees them also face German side Bayer Leverkusen and Belarus side BATE Barisov.

This is a group that can present danger to Barca if injuries are received to any of the 'MSN' because Roma and Leverkusen can cause problems for Barca but it's still a group I expect Barca to come through as group winners.

It won't be an exciting group from a Barca perspective as they'll win it with ease barring injuries to any of the front three as I've mentioned above but what will be fascinating in this group is to see who gets that second place because it will be a very close battle between Roma and Leverkusen and if any can take points off Barca it could be absolutely decisive.

Suarez this season I expect to get between 30-40 goals and of course Neymar is going to be close to 20-25 goals too and Messi will also get his usual fair share of goals so the fact he's failed to score this season in the Primera for the first time since the 2007-2008 season.

Vermaelen hasn't really impressed in his time at the club in general and was very poor in pre-season but so far in La Liga this season his performances have been impressive and encouraging and I was so pleased for him when he scored the winner against Malaga after he put in another very good performance at centre-back.

Sergi Roberto has also fitted in well at right-back considering he's playing out of position and this game will be a huge test for him and for Vermaelen to see if they can cope against one of the top sides in Spain because it's okay doing a job against Malaga at home a side who won't attack much but you've to do it in the big games if you're a Barca player, games like Atleti away at the Vicente Calderon.

No Alves and No Pique, Barca's defence is severely weakened for this and with an out of position midfielder at right-back you may think they're in for a defeat at the Calderon but it's far from that clearcut with this front three.

Valverde the Bilbao Coach said it all before his side's encounter with Barca in Week 1 'If Messi does an act of genius or the front three are on their top game there's nothing you can do no matter what tactics or preparation you put together'.

Simeone relishes being the underdog in these games and he'll have something up his sleeve and if his side can neutralize Barca's front three they have a chance but what is certain is that the Calderon will be rocking and a sell-out and Atleti must be at the same level they were at in Week 2 at the Sanchez Pizjuan.

This game was tight last season and a wonderful piece of pure genius from Messi sealed it in the end and sealed the title for Barca and they head back with fond memories of May and looking to end Atleti's 100% record this season.

Barca's record against Atleti is superb with them winning eight of their last ten meetings against Atleti and they have won on four of their last visits to the Vicente Calderon with their last defeat at the Calderon coming back in 2010 in a 2-1 defeat.
BETIS V SOCIEDAD(SATURDAY 9PM UK TIME, 10PM SPANISH TIME)
A huge game for both sides on Saturday night as new boys Betis host La Real with Betis looking to bounce back after their thrashing in the Spanish Capital in Week 2 against Los Blancos whilst Moyes looks to pick up an away success on his side's travels to ease the pressure on him.

Pepe Mel's men will head into this one bruised from Week 2's 5-0 hammering in the Spanish Capital as poor defending and a harsh refereeing decision saw the club easily beaten by Los Blancos in a horrible night for the side.

Deadline day cheered them up though which finally saw the return of Joaquin completed, a 34-year old winger who is known to many and has spent most of his career in Spain and began his career at the Betis academy.

He was last in La Liga in 2013 playing for Malaga and joins the club on a three year-contract and another fantastic signing joins in as Pepe Mel gets the striker he desired and the club needed one and they've got one in Dutch striker Ricky Van Wolfswinkel who joins the club on a season long loan from English first division side Norwich.

Young starlet Ceballos is staying, Mel has his striker added to an attack that has the brilliant duo of Molina and Castro who have shown they can do it at this level more than enough times in their career and all of a sudden things look much brighter around the club.

They conceded some world class goals against Los Blancos and one of the goals shouldn't have stood because James's free-kick was a fantastic strike but it wasn't a foul in the build-up and shouldn't have been a free-kick.

You can argue that a 1-0 at half-time it's a different game and Castro's chance which should have been buried if he hadn't taken an age to shoot and in the end the ball reached the keeper but for me on the night Los Blancos were at a level too high for most teams to cope with and Betis's poor defending on the night didn't help their cause either.

It's a lesson for Betis and it's a wake-up call to make them realise that it's going to be very difficult to stay up for them and their other relegation rivals this season but at the Villamarin as they showed in Week 1 against Villarreal they're solid, compact and very hard to play against.

Betis do play an open game and at the Villamarin they'll always have one more man on the field than you with their fans who drive them on and the noise levels increase as Betis enter the final third and this presents a tough obstacle for Moyes's men.

La Real have had a poor start to this season with two 0-0 draws away to Depor and at home to new boys Sporting Gijon respectively and the pressure on Moyes is already increasing and rightly rightly so.

Illarramendi returns to the club for 17 million euros and fitted straight in against Gijon and was excellent and the club have also given Moyes his back-up goalkeeper, they've really backed him this summer and delivered him the template he desired.

So Mr Moyes why am I still seeing the same La Real when this side is much stronger than the one last season and you can't give them new players need to bed in excuse because yes they do but you've signed less than six new players so you can't use that with much weight I'm telling you now.

So frustrating, so difficult to watch and in the final third the quality of the final ball is absolutely dreadful and Jonathas missed some great chances yes but he'll be scoring them when he has time to bed in.

You can't blame Jonathas though you need to point the blame directly at the coach because the final third has problems, the tempo and pace of the attack is far too slow, the delivery into the box remains poor and the final pass is severely lacking.

The reaction was rightly in disgust at full-time against Gijon and rightly so, I'm English and I like Moyes I really want him to succeed but seriously if he can't get this side in the top seven he deserves to be sacked.

Bruma in the second-half was fantastic and was the bright spark for La Real and was the only one who could open up Gijon and improve things in the final third slightly and for Moyes to take him off really says it all, Moyes under pressure and not helping him himself.

La Real were poor away from last home season and their performance in Week 1 at Riazor against Depor and their home game against Gijon performance wise show that for their away record to improve they have to improve the final third.

La Real have had a good record against Betis of late winning the last two meetings and their last game against Betis came at the Villamarin in 2014 as they recorded a 1-0 away success and are unbeaten in their last three meetings against Betis.

Betis haven't beaten La Real since 2012 but have won two of the last five meetings at the Villamarin against La Real drawing one and losing the other two and will be keen to improve their record against La Real by winning this one.

A trip to the Villamarin spells real danger for Moyes because not only is it a very tough place to visit but two points from three games would see the president stratch his head, myself get more frustrating and the fans begin to turn.

Pressure's on Moyes, you've been backed, no excuses, deliver.
GRANADA V VILLARREAL(SUNDAY 11AM UK TIME, 12PM SPANISH TIME)
They're back, the early Sunday kick-offs are back which are not only dull but they are a nightmare for punters and neutrals watching them because not only do they spring up surprises but they lack in entertainment and drama and Granada host The Yellow Submarine at Estadio Nuevo Los Carmenes in the first early Sunday kick-off of the 2015/16 La Liga Season.

Granada head into this one after what was a brilliant performance in the Spanish Capital in Week 2 as they recorded a 2-1 away success against Getafe at the Coliseum and that's their last two visits to the Coliseum that have ended in the same scoreline-a 2-1 away success.

Deadline day brought the club two signings and a key departure as defenders Sergio Piccoli joined on loan from Udinese (Udinese, Watford, Granada alert) and Matheus Doria Macedo joined from French club Marseille on loan with an option to buy.

The departure was striker Jhon Cordoba who was loaned out to German side Mainz and the German side have an option to purchase the player, I'm disappointed to see Cordoba depart because he's a player who excites and not only does he have a tremendous amount of pace but he's a great player for Granada and it's disappointing to see him go.

What softens the blow and what saw Cordoba depart in the end was the signing of Thievy Bifouma who was superb for Almeria last season and has pace which he uses to his advantage extremely well to beat defenders in the area and finishes very well too, it's a great signing for Granada.

The club's pace upfront give them a weapon on the counter-attack and they are set to be more exciting in the final third this season and whilst the opening weekend defeat at home to Eibar was a shock Granada bounced back in excellent fashion at Getafe in Week 2.

Granada didn't lose many at home last season and didn't concede many either so to lose 3-1 at home to Eibar was a big surprise but to bounce back away from beating another relegation rival at a tough place to visit in the Coliseum is bouncing back at its pure best.

As for the Yellow Submarine and it's in rocky water and is far from being ready to set sail and excite, delight and impress as it did last season but the comeback against Espanyol shows El Madrigal drives them on as always.

The first half performance against Espanyol was poor, the chemistry in the attack and the team in general was extremely poor, the wingers were poor, the strikers had no service and were found wanting.

In the second half being 1-0 down the Yellow Submarine improved slightly but it wasn't until striker Bakambu came on until they improved enough to get something from the game as the new striker changed the game completely.

He scored two goals and set Soldado up for the equaliser too and his direct attacking and pace caused Espanyol problems and gave the side a big lift and created space for Soldado and the wingers too which shows why he must start up top with Soldado instead of Baptistao.

The wingers are excellent players but they must improve their performances because in the first half they produced no service to the strikers and that put the whole side under pressure and the chemistry in the team is lacking too and Marcelino will work on both on the training ground.

Villarreal have made three more signings and all three are exciting, Striker Adrian Lopez returns to La Liga after a year away from it last playing for Atleti and joins the club on a season-long loan and adds quantity and quality to the Yellow Submarine's weapons.

The other two signings are Denis Suarez who was on loan at Sevilla last season and joins the club on a permanent transfer with a buy back clause for the next two seasons from Champions Barcelona and is an exciting young player and 34 year-old Italian centre-back Daniele Bonera on a free transfer after he departed Italian Club AC Milan this summer after 9 years with the Italian side.

The Yellow Submarine are as exciting as ever this season and have so many great young talented players going forward and Soldado has proved me right and showed his old self and he is an excellent finisher but the Yellow Submarine's chemistry and the service to the forwards from the wingers must improve.

I'm really going to be putting the Yellow Submarine under the spotlight in Week 3 at Nuevo Los Carmenes because it'll be interesting to see if there's any improvement in the team chemistry, the service to the strikers from the wingers and how they cope against a physical and strong Granada side.

The Yellow Submarine may have won three of their six meetings against Granada but they all came at El Madrigal because it's a different story down South in Andalusia as they've won none of their three visits to Nuevo Los Carmenes losing two and drawing one, their visit there last season produced a 0-0 draw and they've never scored at Nuevo Los Carmenes.
 BILBAO V GETAFE(SUNDAY 3PM UK TIME, 4PM SPANISH TIME)
Both sides desperately need a result from this game with both sides sitting on 0 points and after a disappointing and lacklustre performance away at Eibar in the Basque Derby Valverde's men will be out to secure their first win and points of the season against Escriba's Getafe at San Mames.

Bilbao head into this one needing to produce a performance after a difficult start to the season despite winning their first trophy in 31 years by beating Barca over two legs in the Super Copa De Espana this season.

At Ipurua against Eibar they weren't their usual themselves and I'm not going to use the second leg of their UEFA Europa League tie with Zilina as an excuse either and nor should they because this was a very poor performance in a big Basque Derby.

Laporte's foul for the penalty was clumsy, it didn't need to be made and wasn't like Laporte and it summed up Bilbao on the evening really, sloppy, not at it and no player on their game and a bad day at of the office came on Derby Day for Bilbao.

August was demanding to say the least for Bilbao though as they faced seven competitive games so their tiredness in Eibar that led to their poor performance was inevitable but in September there's no excuses and it'll be interesting to see how they cope with Europa League Thursday and La Liga Sunday.

Athletic Bilbao have signed a new player and they've saved their best signing for last and signed Atleti midfielder Raul Garcia on a permanent deal, Raul Garcia leaves the Madrid club after 8 years there.

Atleti and Simeone would have kept Garcia if they could and that highlights how important this signing is to Bilbao but Atleti and Simeone knew Raul Garcia deserved a move to a club where he gets first team football.

He'll be at the heart of the Bilbao midfield and will improve them immensely especially in midfield and defensively as he can play as a holding midfielder, an attacking midfielder and an all-round central midfielder.

Garcia will improve the service to Aduriz which was poor and severely lacking at Ipurua and will 100% make Bilbao a much better and a much stronger side this season and full credit to the club for securing his services.

Bilbao play their opening UEFA Europa League group game at San Mames against German side Augsburg just a few days after this one but that won't be on their minds, what will be on their minds is bouncing back from their Derby day disappointment at Ipurua and securing their first win of the season.

Getafe played well in Week 1 in the Catalan Capital at Espanyol but were wasteful, ended the game with poor discipline which saw them reduced to ten men and the final whistle also saw them reduced to one more thing and that's defeat.

Week 2 was a very important game because not only was it against a relegation rival but it was at home at the Coliseum where they did okay enough last season to stay up so to lose is a major disappointment.

Signings have been excellent, they're better to watch going forward and more positive under new coach Fran Escriba who did a superb job at Elche last season but so far it's been a miserable start with two defeats from their first two games.

Getafe's signing on deadline day saw them secure another striker to give competition to last season's top scorer Alvaro Vazquez as the club signed 25 year-old Serbian striker Stefan Scepovic who was last in Spanish football with Sporting Gijon and joins the club from Scottish side Celtic on loan with a view to purchase the striker next summer.

Getafe ended last season poorly and have picked up where they left off because they were very poor against Granada in Week 2 and not only do they have a trip to San Mames in Week 3 but in Week 4 they face another home game against Malaga, then a Madrid Derby away to Atleti plus another home game against a relegation rival in Levante, things could look pretty blook come Week 6 for Escriba's men.

Bilbao have enjoyed a domination period over Getafe in recent seasons with them winning their last four meetings against the side from the Spanish Capital in the Basque Capital they've won three of the last five meetings drawing one and losing one and won this exact fixture last season 4-0 back in April just five months ago.
CELTA V LAS PALMAS(SUNDAY 5.15PM UK TIME, 6.15PM SPANISH TIME)
Celta host Las Palmas in Sunday's penultimate game at Balaidos as they look to maintain their 100% record but it won't be easy against new boys Las Palmas who have shown in their first two games of this season that they are well organised, well structured and hard to break down.

Celta head into this one with their 100% record still intact after a 2-1 success away to Levante in Week 1 and a 3-0 home success at Balaidos against Rayo who always make it easy for them and Celta enjoy playing against them especially at Balaidos.

Celta were very good against Rayo and they'll have been delighted to see the transfer market close and have Nolito in Galicia but don't be surprised if Barca come calling in January because for me it seems an inevitable transfer.

For now though Celta will be delighted with their start to the season and delighted to have Nolito onboard, Guidetti is still bedding in and already the team have scored five goals in two games and despite selling the majority of last season's attack Celta don't look weakened.

Celta will be concerned about the lack of use of Alex Lopez at English second division side Sheffield Wednesday but won't lose any sleep over his departure which is now proved to be absolutely right and a permanent deal should be attempted next summer.

Celta started last season well and even won at Camp Nou then slipped off after that and went around three months without winning a game so Celta must remember that and use that as an inspiration to keep calm and take one game at a time.

Las Palmas's most recent signings are two exciting wingers in El Zhar who was at Levante last season and changed so many important games for them coming off the bench and former Espanyol winger Wakaso Mubarak and both will add quality to the flanks.

Las Palmas have conceded one goal in their opening two games and scored none but have a point on the board and their game against Levante was another 90 minutes of something to be so proud of, something to be so encouraged about and something to be impressed about.

The work off the field with the ground looks exciting and is coming along nicely and shows the huge potential the stadium has to become one of the best grounds in Spanish football and on the pitch Las Palmas are showing signs they can achieve the dream of 'SURVIVAL'.

Araujo and Jonathan Viera look to be capable of scoring goals at this level but need more help from the players behind them and the signings of El Zhar and Wakaso Mubarak should give them that help.

Against Levante Las Palmas were decent enough in attack and managed to remain extremely solid and compact and also well-organised defensively and fully deserved to win the game so much that I found it hard to not feel dejected at full-time.

El Zhar was brought on too late but when he came on he opened up Levante and created space for Araujo and others and a Las Palmas goal looked likely and I'm convinced if he was brought on earlier Las Palmas would have won the game.

El Zhar must start and so should Wakaso Mubarak, I'm convinced the goals will come and the wins will come but I now want to see how Las Palmas's game management is in the Primera when infront or behind in games against sides that aren't one of the big five and we won't know that until the goals come.

So far I've been massively impressed with all the three promoted sides Gijon and Las Palmas in particular and the goals will come for Las Palmas and believe me they'll pick up wins in September in a month in which they face Barca and Sevilla it may not be many but they won't come out of September winless, I'm convinced of that.

This fixture has produced excitement and goals in its recent meetings and last season's two legged Copa tie didn't disappoint with Las Palmas winning the first leg in Gran Canaria 2-1 and Celta progressing to the next round after winning the second leg in Vigo at Balaidos by a 3-1 scoreline.

These sides have never met in the Primera and have always bet in the Segunda before this and of those league meetings it's Las Palmas who enjoyed the most recent ones winning the last two and drawing the previous one making them unbeaten against Celta in the last three league meetings.

The league meetings in Vigo brought Celta the success though with them winning three of the last five losing the other two and we should expect goals in this one because not only have the last two league meetings between these two produced three goals or more but the two cup ties between the two last season produced three goals or more also.
MALAGA V EIBAR (SUNDAY 7.30PM UK TIME, 8.30PM SPANISH TIME)
Malaga were superb at Camp Nou against the Champions in Week 2 and can be proud of their performance despite the defeat they received but discontent continues off the pitch and a win against joint league leaders Eibar is a must at Rosaleda.

Discontent continues at Malaga on the pitch as another young star is sold and this time it's Sergi Darder who has been sold to French club Lyon for 12 million Euros and whilst on the pitch performances have been impressive so far, off the pitch the club is in a poor state.

Week 1 they were excellent against Sevilla, Week 2 they frustrated Barca and only a strong second half performance from Barca ended their resistance in the end but it's what's happening off the pitch that's angering me.

Two signings have been made recently with striker Roque Santa Cruz returning to the club and young AC Milan 17 year-old young starlet Hachim Mastour who is an attacking midfielder tipped for the very top and the club has a purchase option on him and he joins on a two year loan deal.

A great young talent in Mastour is signed and it's a very good signing as is Santa Cruz but even if Mastour was to be signed permanently I don't really see what the point would be despite how good he is and the potential he has which is massive.

So Al Thani we haven't spoke about your project since Week 1, how's it going because another youngster has been sold and there's only one thing I and Malaga's supporters wants and that's for you to sell up and leave the Costa Del Sol, go now, you're not wanted anymore, your project is words nothing more, go and go now.

Al Thani bought the club and gave them two great years but is now in it for financial gain only by selling its young talents and if he's there next season Malaga's transfer dealings next summer will deal great concern even more to their supporters.

As for Eibar they are joint top of La Liga after being relegated twice this summer and promoted once, Garitano last season's coach resigned as they got relegated then wanted to come back once they were re-instated.

The president rejected this and said no chance and this caused division amongst the club's board but new coach Jose Luis Mendillibar couldn't have made a better start to his reign as Eibar manager, two wins from two games and one of those a Basque Derby against Bilbao and one against a relegation rival.

Eibar have been so refreshing and so impressive so far that they've took me and many others in Spain by surprise but whilst we should praise them we must remain cautious because it's only two games and we saw this last season.

We saw an Eibar start well and have a fantastic first half of the season and sit in the top half at Christmas then they had an awful second half of the season and were eventually relegated so let's not get too carried away.

Eibar made their final signing to close the template for this season by signing Swiss winger Izet Hajrovic on loan from German side Werder Bremen and days before that they made their record signing in the club's history by signing Japanese midfielder Takashi Inui.

Takashi Inui was signed by the club for 300,000 euros and signs a three year deal with the club and is known for his dribbling ability, his excellent reading of the game, his pace and his ability as a playmaker and his creativeness.

Takashi Inui will be the first ever Japanese player to play for SD Eibar and is an exciting signing that adds to Eibar's ability in the final third and La Liga's Chinese/Japanese players increase in numbers, La Liga is getting bigger over there and it was already big!

These sides haven't met much and their first league meetings took place last season with Malaga winning the meeting at Rosaleda 2-1 and losing the return fixture back at Ipurua 1-0 in the second half of the season in which their away form was patchy to say the least.

They've met in the Copa before back in the 2012/13 season where Eibar drew the first leg 1-1 in the Basque region and lost the second leg at Rosaleda 4-1 and the two meetings in the Segunda back in the 2007/2008 season saw Malaga win the meeting at Rosaleda 1-0 and the return fixture in the Basque region ended in a 1-1 draw, all three games at Rosaleda have ended in Malaga success.
RAYO V DEPORTIVO(MONDAY 7.30PM UK TIME, 8.30PM SPANISH TIME)
Another Monday night fixture and another one involving Rayo that's likely to spark more Anti-Tebas chants at Vallecas and another well rehearsed protest from the Bukaneros as Rayo host Depor at Vallecas in Week 3's final game.

Rayo head into this one following another nightmare at Balaidos against Celta and another game away to Celta which saw them comfortably beaten and produced a miserable night for them which turned sour after just nine minutes.

Keeper Tono was sent off and Celta were awarded a penalty and smashed it home via Nolito and after just nine minutes Rayo were on the backfoot and looking in real danger and overall Rayo were second best all night and looked poor.

Rayo lacked a striker after losing Bueno and his goals to Porto in the summer and lacked a winger who can produce consistently because Bebe is hit and miss, when he's good he's very good, when he's bad he's very bad, he's extremely inconsistent.

Rayo give optimism with their two deadline day signings as they secured a striker and a winger as they signed striker Javi Guerra from English second division side Cardiff and he was on loan at Malaga last season and signs for the next two seasons.

The winger is Spanish winger Pablo Hernandez who joins the club on loan from Qatari club Al-Arabi Sports Club and has previously played for Valencia and Getafe and to English football fans reading this you'll know him from Swansea.

Rayo's fans will be most likely staging a protest of some sort for this game and yet again it's incredible how Tebas and the LFP continue to give them a ridiculous number of Monday night games, expect similar this season because protests and chants of 'Tebas Vete Ya' won't change that.

Pablo Hernandez is an excellent signing and a winger I really rate, Javi Guerra scored five goals in 13 games last season for Malaga whilst on loan and with Rayo's positive attacking style he should reach double figures.

Depor can be pleased with their start to the season so far, a 0-0 draw at home with La Real at Riazor in Week 1 and in Week 2 they put in an impressive performance on the East Coast as they secured an unlikely point at Mestalla as they held Los Che to a 1-1 draw.

Depor's template is excellent and with Jonathan Rodriguez as a back-up striker and Lucas Perez upfront as the main striker this season should see Depor's number of goals increase a good deal compared to last season.

On deadline day Depor added another signing to its ranks and also its flanks as they produced a marquee signing by securing 32 year-old Argentine Midfielder Jonas Gutierrez who can play as a winger too and English football fans reading this will remember him from Newcastle whilst I remember him from his time with Second Division side Mallorca when he spent three years with them in 2005 and left in 2008 for Newcastle.

They produced a very good performance at Mestalla in Week 2 as they showed themselves to be well organised, well structured and proved themselves to be a real threat on the counter-attack and they'll travel to the Spanish Capital for this one with much optimism.

Depor look much more solid defensively this season and I said before the start of the season that would be the case with them adding experienced Primera defenders to the backline and throughout the team they've added Primera experience and Primera quality.

Depor can flatter to deceive and cause trouble for themselves by creating it themselves but it's hard to see them being relegated with this squad and even though coach Victor Sanchez has very little management experience I feel Depor should survive relegation this season.

These sides have only ever met four times before and all four meetings have come in the Primera with Depor winning one, Rayo winning one and the other two ending in draws, Rayo won in 2012 at Vallecas in a 2-1 home success but lost last season's battle at Vallecas which ended in defeat as Depor came away from the Spanish Capital with a 2-1 success.

Three of the four meetings between these two have seen both sides found the net with the exception coming in March 2013 as both sides played out a 0-0 draw in the Galician City of Coruna at Riazor so don't expect too many goals here.

Stats and facts from this transfer window in the Primera

La Liga is the best league in the world and this season saw the long awaited and much needed TV Deal brought in and will improve the majority of club's finances in the Primera and this summer's expenditure shows the league getting even stronger financially and here's stats to prove why.
  • This summer's expenditure in the Primera has beaten the record set in 2007 which was 514 million Euros
  • This summer's summer expenditure has totalled 558.3 million Euros, a total that is 86.6 million Euros more than last summer
  • Money received by clubs in the Primera this summer has totalled 401.2 million Euros
  • Valencia have spent a total of 137 million Euros
  • Atleti have spent 126 million on new players but received 120.5 million Euros in player sales
  • Real Madrid have spent 88.9 million Euros
  • Barca have spent 34 million Euros with the signing of Arda Turan from Atleti which could rise to 41 million Euros due to add-ons included in the deal
  • Villarreal have spent 46.2 million Euros on 12 new players
  • Sevilla have spent 29 million Euros on 11 new players but received 30 million Euros from Italian side AC Milan for the sale of striker Carlos Bacca
  • Real Sociedad have spent over 30 million Euros including around 17 million Euros on the signing of Illarramendi from Real Madrid
  • Granada have spent 2.7 million Euros on 16 new players
  • Eibar have spent 300,000 Euros on 15 new players
  • Rayo have spent 100,000 Euros on 11 new players
  • Getafe and Sporting Gijon despite signing new players haven't spent a single penny
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La Liga Week Three Preview
Preview and betting tips for week three of the La Liga season.
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