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La Liga Week Seven Preview


Week seven of the La Liga season is certainly a mouthwatering weekend, headlined by a Madrid derby as the capital city of football stands still for Atletico and Real to duke it out for bragging rights.

There's also a Valencian derby going along with a key clash at San Mames as Bilabo host Los Che, while Champions Barcelona head to the Pizjuan to take on Sevilla and Eibar face their longest journney of the season as they head to the Canary Islands to battle Las Palmas at the EGC.

Here, in a Catalan election special, we preview week seven of the 2015/16 La Liga season.

Week 7 begins in Galicia in the City of Vigo as fourth placed Celta host mid-table Getafe in a Friday night encounter which could see Celta top of La Liga again even if it's only for 24 hours or so and this one should be an interesting encounter.

Celta's start to the season has been absolutely fantastic and Week 5 was the tonic and the highlight as they took apart the Champions Barca at Balaidos on a midweek night that was special as they produced a superb result and performance by ripping apart last season's Champions with a 4-1 home success.

Week 6 saw Celta behind early on but the wonderful Iago Aspas produced a wonderful volley to bring them back level and Eibar is a tricky place to go and get a result so to get a draw after being 1-0 down with 15 minutes left is a very good point for Celta in my opinion.

Celta have lost key figures from last season's attack and Nolito will be at Barca in January in my opinion but it's a fantastic start to the season but what's interesting is the fact that when they beat Barca last season they didn't win for the next two-three months.

So it's important to get a victory over Getafe here to destroy any possible repeat of that happening and they'll face a Getafe side buoyed after winning their last two home games but at the same time a Getafe side who've lost all their away games this season so far.

Celta have won away at the Pizjuan, beat Barca at Balaidos, won away at Levante and drawn away at Eibar but what will frustrate them most is the draw at home against Las Palmas in Week 3 where they throw away a two goal lead twice.

As for Getafe they'll be delighted to be up and running and with points on the board and even more delighted to have now recorded back to back home wins and their victory over Levante in Week 6 could prove decisive come May.

Getafe's home part played a big part in their survival last season in my opinion and even the most optimistic Getafe supporter would agree with me and the win over Levante wasn't just fully deserved but it was won in fantastic fashion and with a great performance too.

Beating Levante a relegation rival (one of them) is massive but to beat them by such a comfortable scoreline by winning the game 3-0 gives Levante very little chance of regaining an advantage in the head to head stakes because Levante would need to win the return game on the East Coast next year by four goals to gain an advantage on Getafe in the head to head stakes and that's unlikely.

Celta have conceded in five of their six games so far this season and won this meeting 3-1 last season at Balaidos and have won four of the last five meetings and have conceded a goal in their last four meetings against Getafe at Balaidos.

Getafe are more competitive under Fran Escriba who made Elche more competitive last season so Celta must not let complacency creep in here as it did against Las Palmas and they have to send themselves into the international break on a high with 17 points from a possible 21 and if they do it's nothing short of a sensational start to the 2015-16 La Liga season for Celta.
La Liga's two most successful sides in European Football go head to head for the second time this season at the Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan in the second game of Week 7 and Tbilisi's ceremony in August is still remembered.

Sevilla come into this one after finally recording their first win of the season in Week 6 as they overcome Rayo in a 3-2 home success at the Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan but they needed a wonder strike from one of their new signings to win them the game after losing a two goal lead against Rayo.

Sevilla looked much better against Rayo especially in attack but against a Rayo side who don't really care about the space they leave behind it's hard to really read much into it so to say Sevilla are back to their old selves is silly and it's something you can't say.

Sevilla played well but I'm still not convinced and they wouldn't have blown a two goal lead against Rayo at the Pizjuan last season that's for sure and the sooner Emery finds out his best eleven the better for the sake of this side and himself.

Tbilisi was superb in August and a European final which showcased La Liga and proved why it's the best league in the world by some distance as Sevilla came back to take the game to extra time before cruelly losing the game 5-4 in extra time just when it looked like penalties were likely.

Sevilla will play in the Italian City of Turin against Juventus in the Champions League just days before this game and a defeat there will leave them in tricky water in terms of getting out of the group.

Sevilla will have hoped for an easier European game days ahead of a big La Liga game against the Champions but that's life and you don't get it how you like it all of the time but Barca do as they face a very winnable home game against German side Bayer Leverkusen.

Barca's depth I've mentioned so many times before and it's even worse now Messi is injured for two months and I said a few weeks ago that if any of the front three get injured or suspended Barca are in BIG BIG TROUBLE.

That's happened but thankfully for Barca it's come at a time when Barca have easy games bar one and that's this one, Sevilla will be over the moon there's no Messi for this one because he just loves scoring against them.

Neymar and Suarez have to step up to the plate over the next months now but so do the youngsters because if ever there was a time to show that they're ready and that they're good enough to play for Barca at Senior level this is it.

If results go against them this weekend Sevilla could head into the international break in the relegation zone with seven games played and they'll be desperate to avoid that happening whilst Barca know that a win will guarantee them top spot heading into the international break and they'll desire that.

Barca have won four of their last six meetings against Sevilla at the Pizjuan but drew 2-2 here last season after throwing away a 2-0 lead and they'll know how important and massive a win would be here, a win here would be sensational for the Catalans heading into the international break but Sevilla are the side who get under their skin and rattle them, this'll be tough for Enrique's men, believe me.
Saturday's second game sees us head to Andalusia as Sandoval's struggling Granada side host a Depor side who will buoyed by their 3-0 home success against Espanyol in Week 6 and will travel to Andalusia with the dream of another three points.

Granada have played well away at the Bernabeu and only just lost 1-0 to Real Madrid, they also played well away at Mestalla in Week 6 where they only just 1-0 to Valencia so it's a mystery as to why they can't turn this form into performances which produce good results.

At home last season Granada lost just five games and conceded just 17 goals and after just three games this season they've conceded three goals in each of those three home games conceding 9 goals in total and lost all three.

Granada without a doubt are now likely to have a worser home record than they had last season and considering they only just stayed up on the final day of the season last season that's likely to spark alarm bells and rightly so.

Granada have played well against the big boys so far but when it's come to the home games they've produced individual mistakes defensively and overall poor defending and poor performances and this just can't continue.

Depor at home is a massive game for them because it's a game at home against a relegation rival and considering they're already behind to Eibar another one of their relegation rivals on the head to head stakes they can't afford to go behind on the head to head stakes to another one of their relegation rivals by losing to Depor here.

As for Depor they are just what I predicted they'd be at the start of this season and that's a better side in general, a better side defensively and a side who have more goals in them which will look more lively in attack and win the winnable games they didn't last season.

I also said Depor would stay up and would survive more comfortably than they did last season and with 11 points from their six games so far and with them sitting in sixth I'm right to be proud of that call.

Depor are not only better to watch this season but when they attack I actually feel like they are likely to score whereas last season I was just continuously frustrated by them and knew that the majority of their attacks would result in nothing.

Granada have lost all three of their home games so far this season and they can't afford this to be a fourth, Depor are unbeaten on their travels so far this season with a draw against Valencia at Mestalla and wins away to Rayo and Betis so won't be afraid of a trip to Nuevo Los Carmenes for this one.

These sides have met four times and Granada have won two with the other two ending in draws whilst Depor have never beaten Granada in Spanish Football and lost here last season 2-1 and drew their visit before that.
Saturday's penultimate game takes place in the Catalan Capital at the Power 8 Stadium as Espanyol who are left hurting after Week 6's heavy defeat in Galicia to Depor host Gijon who are now beginning to leak goals and lose games.

I understand you read this for football but I feel that I have to go into last weekend's events in Catalonia because it was the regional elections and incase you're wondering why Pep Guardiola is in the photo above it's because he ran in the election as a politician.

Guardiola picked up little of the vote as expected with the 'Junts Per 'Si' party which in English means together for yes won a majority and won that majority comfortably in the end but Guardiola's decision to run in the election can be seen as propaganda or whatever, you decide.

Guardiola in the run-up to this election was slammed in the media by the Spanish Government with one comment basically saying this is none of your business, you're the coach of Bayern keep your nose out which isn't the smartest move from the Spanish Government towards someone who is a proud Catalan!

Guardiola feels that independence is inevitable and whilst I have always said I don't think it will ever happen and I stand by it, I do feel that if Catalonia is going to become independent then this is the moment and the next 18 months are going to be very interesting.

The Spanish Government will keep on fighting this and rightly so because in my opinion Spain without it's second biggest city would be on the brink of bankruptcy there's no doubt in my mind about that.

The 'Junts Per 'Si' party in their manifesto promised that winning this election would see them make an official bid for independence and promised to leave Spain within the next 18 months so by 2017 Catalonia will be independent according to them.

The Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy pleaded with voters in this regional election to end this what he calls 'nonsense' and show that they don't want independence but the fact that this election has gone heavily against Spain seals Rajoy's fate for me.

I simply don't see Rajoy remaining as the PM now and when the national elections come around I'm almost certain he'll be gone from Government and although the Government will keep on saying this is nonsense despite the result of this election it's without doubt that Spain is now in its biggest political crisis in decades.

The national elections are less than three months away so expect the Spanish Government especially Rajoy to be making plenty of negative comments towards Catalonia as he clings onto power as Spanish PM because he's three months left as PM of Spain and he'll go down fighting.

I love Spain as a country, its culture, its lifestyle, the people and the country itself and its way of life is something I adore so I don't want to see it struggle financially but having been to Catalonia myself and knowing the issues and the Catalan people I do support their bid for independence and do think they should be allowed an official referendum and independence.

Tebas the president of La Liga may say in the media that Barca and Espanyol wouldn't be allowed to play in the league if Catalonia breaks away from Spain and he's right but I do not see that happening even if Catalonia did break away from Spain.

Barca and Espanyol would be allowed to play in Ligue 1 according to some reports in the media but Tebas will know that without Barca and Espanyol the league will be significantly weakened and any money from TV deals will drop like a stone so common sense would prevail in the end.

Tebas is a Real Madrid fan and so are his kids which is something he didn't need to come out with this summer and of course he's based in Madrid so he's unlikely to say anything in favour of Catalonia now is he!

The El Clasico is just 2 months away now and with the first fixture of it being in Madrid the tension just weeks before the Spanish national election will be rising and rising and let's just hope that off the field that game passes without incident.

Back to the Football and Espanyol despite having nine points on the board after six games which is a great start to the season for them and the win last time out at home against Los Che was an excellent result.

Okay so Los Che were poor but full credit to Espanyol because with a much weaker squad than last season they've won two home games both by the same 1-0 scoreline without conceding but the other home game saw them thumped by Los Blancos 6-1.

The Los Blancos result showed poor defending and it also showed them too easy to open up and with them playing a quite suicidal high line defensively and in Coruna in Week 6 we saw it again and to a relegation rival they were beaten 3-0.

In Week 2 we saw the same again at El Madrigal where despite taking the lead they were beaten 3-1 by the Yellow Submarine and even though they beat La Real 3-2 after going behind early on in Week 4 at Anoeta they still looked poor defensively and won the game because of La Real being poor and their keeper being sent off which changed the game completely with La Real 1-0 up before that.

I've tipped Espanyol to struggle this season and some journalists in Spain have gone further by having them as one of their three to go down now I wouldn't go that far because even though they're much weaker than last season they're still not as bad as that.

Espanyol though in my opinion will be mid-table or just outside the top ten come May but will have spells in the relegation battle this season and it'll be mainly down to poor defending and lack of goals because they just don't score enough goals and don't have enough goals in them.

Espanyol's next five home games including this will tell us a lot because it's a fantastic opportunity for them to rack up a good amount of points with Gijon, Granada, Malaga, Levante and Las Palmas all visiting the Power 8 Stadium before the visit of Champions Barca for the Catalan Derby in the New Year.

Gijon started the season well holding Los Blancos at El Molinon, drawing away at Anoeta against La Real which is a tough place to visit in the Primera and then narrowly losing to Los Che at El Molinon in Week 3.

Gijon have showed themselves to be a well organised and well disciplined side under Coach Abelardo Fernandez and that was shown last season as they lost just two games all season to gain automatic promotion from the Segunda.

The last three games though against Depor, Rayo and Betis who are all going to be in the relegation battle apart from Rayo of course with Gijon so to only pick up three points from those three games and lose two of them is very disappointing.

I said at the start of the season it would be extremely tough for Gijon to stay up this season as it always is for a newly promoted team that comes into the Primera but when you can't sign players it's even more difficult.

Gijon produced a miracle last season by gaining promotion whilst being banned from signing players and relied on youngsters alone and great management from Abelardo Fernandez and they were the story in the Segunda last season.

Gijon have a fantastic group of talented and exciting players and going forward in attack with players like Jony who's really impressed me so far and the loan signing of Croatian attacking midfielder Halilovic who's set up the majority of their goals recently too and gave them real quality in the final third it makes you wonder why he's not in the Barca side instead of being on loan at Gijon.

Gijon won 3-2 in Coruna in Week 4 and raced into an early lead and despite being pegged back to 2-2 they still managed to win the game and away at a relegation rival in what was a crazy game too and that's a great achievement.

To go to Vallecas to play Rayo in Week 5 is difficult for most sides in the Primera so a defeat there can't be read into too much but it's the defeat at El Molinon against Betis in Week 6 that you can read much into.

Gijon were 1-0 up at half-time and at home against a relegation rival and were in control of the game so to lose control of the game and lose 2-1 against a relegation rival will have hurt them, your home form is key in the Primera if you're to stay up and you can't lose control of games against a relegation rival.

Betis's winner through Castro was sensational and an absolute screamer granted but it's a game which showed why Gijon are going to be up against it this season in every game and that's because whilst having a squad of talented youngsters who are very good players might I add, they are still inexperienced at this level and yes they'll learn but by then it could be too late.

Gijon's next two home games are against Granada and Malaga and they really do need to be looking at taking a minimum of three points from those who home games especially with trips to San Mames and the Calderon coming up too otherwise they'll look in tricky water come the November International Break.

Gijon have picked up four points from their three away games this season and those came against La Real, Depor and Rayo so it's a pretty decent return and as Eibar showed last season your away record can save you.

Gijon's away games get extremely tough after this one with trips to San Mames, the Calderon, Balaidos, The Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan and their first three away games next year are at El Madrigal, Santiago Bernabeu, and Mestalla so their home form must see them pick up points before the new year to leave them with a chance going into the second half of the season.

These sides last met in 2012 and all their meetings have come in the Primera with Gijon winning on their last visit to the Catalan Capital and winning two of the last three meetings infact Gijon have had the better of the meetings in the Catalan Capital winning two, losing one and drawing one and everytime they've won they've done so without conceding, there's also been eight meetings between these two sides both sides have scored in just one of those and eight and that happened back in 2011 in Asturias as Espanyol won 2-1 at El Molinon.
Saturday's final game sees us head to Gran Canaria (Can I go back, please?) as Las Palmas who only lose at home when I'm there host Eibar who have lost just once this season and sit just outside the top six after six games.

I've had three La Liga trips now, Barcelona, Real Madrid and Las Palmas and my La Liga trip just two weeks ago to Gran Canaria was nothing short of simply sensational and showed me another side to the best league in the World.

I've now been inside Camp Nou and seen Messi and Barca live, I've also been inside the Santiago Bernabeu which is for me the best football stadium in the world and seen Ronaldo and Real Madrid live aswell as Casillas in his last season playing for the club.

I've also been inside Vallecas the home of Rayo, the Vicente Calderon (home of Atleti until 2017) so that's five current La Liga stadiums which for three trips isn't bad and I really really cannot wait until my next one.

La Liga matchdays are something quite special and it's the best thing you can do at club level and seriously if you don't do one you're missing something very very special indeed I can promise you that and if you're worried about finances or the bank don't because it's something you must do in your lifetime!

The whole matchday experience is the best I've experienced and the atmosphere may sound good to you on Spanish TV or English TV whichever you watch the games in the Primera via but it doesn't come close to it in the stadium, the atmosphere is absolutely fantastic.

The EGC in particular is quiet on TV but believe me it's very noisy inside there and the Las Palmas ultras via its mascot at times get behind their side and do it vocally and just like there was against Rayo in Week 4 when there's a bad referee the whistles are deafening.

The EGC may not look intimidating to you on the Tele but it is and it's still not sunk into me that Messi, Ronaldo, Bale, Suarez, James Rodriguez, Isco, Neymar will all be playing at the EGC next year it's quite incredible.

I also stayed just yards from the hotel where Rayo were staying in Week 4 which was another superb experience and Las Palmas is one of the best cities I've ever been to and I've been to some bloody good ones let me tell you!

The EGC looks a construction site on TV with the way the camera is positioned so I was worried as to how bad the stadium would look but when you're there the construction works don't even look as bad as it's made to look.

The Stadium for me is one of the best I've been to and I still can't believe how good it is, it impressed me very much and when the works are done next summer it's going to be one of the best stadiums in Spanish Football, it has massive potential and I see it, I see it big time.

The Fanzone Las Palmas have launched this season is a fantastic idea and works fantastically well and gets the numbers too and the noise and atmosphere it creates is very good, it's probably the first time I've ever ended up in a Fanzone and ended up playing football pre-match with a group of supporters!

The people of Gran Canaria are the friendliest I've ever met, so welcoming, so friendly and warming and when you see a bar tender who served you at the beach in the Old Town on his night off drinking at the same bar as you and see other people from the night before it's just brilliant, who doesn't love islands when it's like that? I do!

The bus service to and from the stadium was ran extremely well with a good number of buses leaving after the game to take all supporters back to the city centre and old town and cheap too as most buses are with them costing 1 Euros and 40 cents which is about a Euro or more less than a beer!

If you're a supporter of an English club and your team are out of the English Cup in January and you fancy a weekend away get yourself to Las Palmas for a home game and you'll not regret it, 27 degrees, a few days away from the freezing British shores in the Winter and cheap beer plus a La Liga game, what's not to like? 

I mean, this view should get you interested.....
Anyway to the Football again and against Rayo in Week 4 I was actually confident of a Las Palmas win even though I had a caution about me with the fact that I knew how good Rayo were against the bottom half sides last season on their travels, they beat most and lost to just one of them!

Las Palmas were the better side even in a game where the referee was one of the worst I've seen in the Primera and I've seen some bad ones but missed chances in games like these can crucify you and that's what happened.

Jonathan Viera was played through on goal and as I looked it looked like we was all about to go crazy and hear that superb goal music Las Palmas have when the ball instead flew over and how does a chance like that go over?

Viera only needed to place it or even slot it home and instead he fires over and it's chances like that that you must take if you're going to have any hopes of staying up in the Primera because games like Rayo at home must be won!

The Rayo goal was offside and Las Palmas had a blatant penalty turned down so Las Palmas certainly had luck against them but overall I thought that against Rayo it was a poor performance and in attack they were frustrating and can play much better than that.

Rayo did well to neutralize Araujo and Viera and it was worrying for me to see that when Las Palmas's key attacking duo are shut down and kept quiet Las Palmas don't seem to have a Plan B and struggle.

That was Las Palmas's first home defeat of the season and it's like I cursed them even though they've only had three home games but the home game against Sevilla 24 hours after I had departed the Island was fantastic.

Okay so Las Palmas played Sevilla at a great time and in the first-half weren't in the game but they defended well and took their chances and to beat last season's fifth placed side is a massive confidence booster.

To take three points from two home games against Rayo and Sevilla is fantastic but when the three points come against Sevilla it makes the Rayo result much more frustrating but they continue to make you proud do this Las Palmas side.

Week 6 they made you proud again in the Catalan Capital with fantastic away support from Gran Canaria they produced an excellent performance against the Champions Barca and lost the game 2-1 but it could have been different.

Las Palmas deserved their goal late on and looked extremely threatening on the counter-attack and this may shock some of you who weren't watching the match but you could quite easily argue that Las Palmas deserved a point and they nearly got a point from this game and that's quite incredible.

Eibar have had a fantastic start to the season with nine points registered from a possible 18 with six games played and sit in 7th position with a better defensive record than Barca and a better attacking record than Valencia.

Eibar have lost just one game this season and that came against Atleti in Week 4 as they were beaten 2-0 due to a brilliant performance from Atleti's young Argentine Star Angel Correa just when it looked like Eibar were heading for an excellent result by holding Simeone's men.

Eibar may have only played three away games so far this season but are unbeaten on their travels as they've won 3-1 away to Granada and drawn away to Malaga and Levante but the draw against Levante in Week 5 will be disappointing.

Levante away last season Eibar were 1-0 up and lost the game 2-1 in the end late on due to a 5 minute spell of madness defensively and poor defending saw them throw away a 2-0 lead this season on the East Coast.

Eibar were 2-0 up and in control of the game then conceded and in the last few seconds of the game they allowed a cross to come in and a header from Levante's record signing and striker Deyverson beat keeper Riesgo and Eibar threw away the win.

Eibar failed to hold onto a lead in Week 6 against high flying Celta who remain unbeaten this season but Eibar were 15 minutes away from ending Celta's unbeaten record this season but allowed a cross to come in like they did against Levante and Aspas smashed a wonderful volley into the roof of the net.

Eibar have had a fantastic start to the season and their head to head stakes against relegation rivals Granada and Levante with games at Ipurua to come against both of those are fantastic and they are in a great position.

This is Eibar's longest trip of the season and it'll remain that way come the end of the season in May as they head to Gran Canaria on a trip that is 2,268 kilometres long and takes 43 hours by Car via a Ferry of course.

Eibar face a coach journey to Bilbao airport for a three hour flight and if you ever fancied being mad enough to walk even setting off a week before the game will see you miss kick-off, it'll take you 221 hours and you'll need a ferry so you'll not be walking once you reach Huelva but at least you've a 34 hour ferry to let you recharge your batteries.

These sides have never met in the Primera before and have only ever met in the Segunda with Las Palmas winning three of the six meetings between the two, Eibar winning just one and the other two ending in draws.

Eibar drew 1-1 in Gran Canaria in August 2013 on their last visit to the EGC but have never won on the Island and have lost on two of their three visits to the EGC and lost by the same 1-0 scoreline everytime they've lost here, three of the six meetings between these two have ended in a 1-0 scoreline to the side that's played at home.

I'm right behind Las Palmas and am desperate for them to stay up this season as most of you will know and that's only increased by having now visited the place for what was a fantastic trip and I miss the place and its people every day.

I hope Las Palmas prove me wrong by staying up this season as I tipped them to go down before the start of the season and I'll be gutted if I'm right but they've got to win games like these at home against relegation rivals, a draw at home to Levante and a defeat at home to Rayo isn't the way to start things and they must win this.

Saturday's final game sees us head to the Andalusian coast which sees a Malaga in crisis with an owner who needs to leave Spanish Football before I make him as Malaga host La Real in a clash that sees a Malaga side yet to score this season host a La Real side who have scored just three goals in their three away games so far this season.

Mr Abdullah Al-Thani how's the project going? No seriously, how's it going? I mean you're in the bottom three after six games have been played so if this is the project you're talking about you're doing fantastic, Bravo!

Now listen you absolute buffoon guys like you have no place in Spanish football so stop rejecting offers like you did in the summer, sell up and do one because Malaga's supporters don't want you, Spanish Football doesn't want and I certainly DO NOT WANT YOU.

I loved your tweet last Friday night because it was hillarious but to be honest I'd like to respond to you in the kindest way I can (although that's difficult because you're a moron) I know who you are, you're the Qatari Royal Family.

I'm a Spanish Football tipster, do you see me getting a praise or attention for it? No!  I do know that you're a buffoon and your genius idea of selling the club's best young players has landed them in the bottom three after six games played so congratulations.

You say though if you sell up and leave Malaga that Qatar's relations with Spain will be damaged, I highly doubt that and when things get tough you just give us your nonsense, all I want you to give us is your promise that you'll sell up and be gone this season.

Your promises though mean little to me and I'd love to see you face to face or even send you a letter because you haven't a clue, keep attending home games all you want, the Malaga supporters will force you out and you'll go and that's a promise.

Back to the football and Malaga got a fantastic result in Week 6 against Los Blancos at Santiago Bernabeu as they held Benitez's men to a 0-0 draw but were very lucky to get the draw in the end let me tell you!

Malaga created some fantastic chances and a good number of them at the Bernabeu and that's encouraging but they still spurned them and they'll be frustrated with the fact that due to his sending off Amrabat who was the best player on the pitch against Los Blancos will now miss this massive game through suspension.

As for La Real their start to the season has been poor with just six points registered on the board and again drew the Basque Derby despite being at home at Anoeta as they drew 0-0 at home to Bilbao in a dull derby.

La Real remained frustrating, lacklustre and in general extremely poor and boring in the final third and to be honest this La Real just aren't good to watch, you're kidding yourself if you think they're good to watch.

The pressure on Moyes must remain and to be honest after they lost against Espanyol in Week 4 I called for him to go and I stand by that even despite the 3-0 win away to Granada in Week 5 because that was against a Granada side who were poor on the night especially defensively.

La Real face a difficult schedule coming up but if the games away to Malaga (this one), away to Levante and at home to Celta don't produce at least four points then Moyes simply must be given his notice.

Malaga may have won at Anoeta last season but they don't enjoy La Real visiting Rosaleda as La Real are unbeaten on their last five visits with them winning three of them and drawing the other two, La Real haven't lost to Malaga on the Andalusian Coast since November 2005 in La Liga as they suffered a 3-1 away defeat.
The early Sunday kick-off continues and in Week 6 it actually felt like giving us a normal game in terms of our predictions and expected result and what a way to bow out as we head into the international break with a game at Vallecas as Rayo host Betis.

This game will be interesting off the pitch in terms of the category it is given by the Policia (Spanish Police) because for me this has to be given Category B despite the fact that this is the early Sunday kick-off.

It's unfair on Betis to play away for a second week running in my opinion but to play two weeks running away from home at the same kick-off time of 12PM local time is an absolute joke and I feel for the club and its supporters.

Betis's support was superb in Asturias against Gijon at El Molinon last weekend with them packing out the away end and it was sensational backing from the Betis supporters to fill out the away end for a game at the top of the country with Betis located in the South of Spain, basically the bottom of the country.

Madrid is the middle of the country so you can expect a sell-out in the away end for this one without a shadow of a doubt but with both ultras quite volatile and known for violence off the pitch this game has to be given a Category A or B rating by Policia, if not then it's mis-guided, simple as.

Back to the football and Rayo sit just outside the top ten with seven points in the bag and it's a relatively good start to the season for them and the win in Gran Canaria in Week 4 was massive as was the 2-1 home win against Gijon in Week 5.

Rayo will be disappointed to lose to Sevilla in Week 6 but they were beaten by a world-class free-kick and that happens but they must be pleased with their start to the season and they now face another one of the newly promoted sides at Vallecas and this game presents a great opportunity for them to hit double figures points wise heading into the international break.

Rayo played well against Las Palmas in Week 4 without being fantastic but they played well enough to get a very good three points and against Gijon in Week 5 they played even better and against Sevilla in Week 6 they again showed another good display and they're slowly reaching the levels of last season.

That's bad news for Betis but despite losing a winnable home game against one of their relegation rivals in Depor in Week 5 they'll be pleased to have bounced back in Week 6 by seeing off Gijon at El Molinon after being 1-0 down at half-time as their experience and quality saw them win the game 2-1.

Betis have 8 points on the board from a possible 18 and it's a pretty decent start to the season for Pepe Mel and his men and with games against Espanyol, Granada, Bilbao and Malaga coming up after the international break Betis know that they have to be close to the 15 point mark come mid November.

Betis have beaten Rayo back in 2010 in the Segunda with a 4-0 home success in the Andalusian Capital but in the Primera it's a different story with Rayo winning five of the last six meetings between the two, Betis have lost all four of their last four visits to Vallecas.
A huge game takes place in Sunday's second game and it's in the Basque Country as Bilbao host Los Che and both sides head into this one just after days after important European games as Bilbao play in the Europa League whilst Los Che face a Champions League pressure-cooker against French side Lyon.

Bilbao sit just outside the relegation zone after six games played with only four points and just like last season it's been a poor start to the season for Valverde's men and it has to improve and it must do so pretty fast.

They'll face Dutch side AZ Alkmaar away from home just three days before this game so will have to travel before this game but so will Los Che as they are in the French City of Lyon on Tuesday night in the Champions League to take on Lyon in a game they must simply win.

Bilbao were arguably the better side in the Basque Derby against La Real in Week 6 but in truth it was a poor derby where both sides looked extremely poor in the final third and where both lacked quality in attack.

Facing Los Che would normally be a nightmare but this Los Che side so far this season aren't convincing and are not playing well but unfortunately for Bilbao they aren't playing too well either so this one could be quite interesting to say the least.

Los Che sit five points off the pace in terms of the fourth spot in La Liga and that's after just six games so they can't afford to slip up too many games but it'll be interesting to see Nuno's team selection here.

The Lyon game on Tuesday night is massive because failure to win could leave Los Che with an uphill task to get out of the group so in terms of the team selection the Lyon game is obviously the priority but Nuno can't play a weakened side here because Bilbao's second win of the season will come eventually and if you rotate here you'll leave yourself wide open to criticism and your job is already on the line.

Against La Real we saw Inaki Williams return off the bench and his return to the side will boost everyone because he's such an important player to the attack of this side not to mention the fact that he's also hugely talented too!

Munain is back in training but it'll be a few weeks before he's back in action and it'll be next year when he's 100% fit and himself again but with Munain, Williams and Raul Garcia behind the brilliant Aduriz in attack Bilbao have an attack to frighten the Primera, believe me.

This fixture is normally quite dull in terms of goals and the last four meetings have ended in draws infact Los Che's last two visits to San Mames have both ended in a 1-1 draw and Los Che haven't beaten Bilbao in the Basque Country since 2012 and have lost one of their last three visits drawing the other two.

Los Che haven't beaten Bilbao in La Liga since the 3-2 win at Mestalla back in 2012 and the last five meetings between these two sides has seen less than three goals and seven of the last eleven meetings has also seen less than three goals scored.
Sunday's penultimate game sees the first of the Derbies as we take in a Valencian Derby at Ciudad De Valencia as a Levante side now finally sit in the bottom three and deservedly so host a Yellow Submarine that's rising and is now the league leaders.

Levante come into this one after a Week 6 horror show and disappointment in the Spanish Capital as they were comfortably beaten by one of their relegation rivals in Getafe by three goals to nil and even Alcaraz's negative approach to games couldn't save them in that one.

I tipped Levante as outsiders to go down before the season started but I feel that Gijon or Las Palmas will now survive instead of Levante and whilst many won't miss them I will because a Valencian Derby is something special and you want as many of them as possible.

Levante have just three points on the board and that's come from three draws and alongside Malaga, Levante are the only side in the Primera yet to win a game this season so to face the league leaders in a Valencian Derby isn't what they'd want ideally.

However it could be the tonic Levante need and what ends up kickstarting their season and just because they're struggling you can never write off Levante in a Valencian Derby because even against Valencia they continue to enjoy success in them and surprise.

Levante's draws(broken down) against Las Palmas they were completely dominated and only Las Palmas's poor finishing saw Levante escape with a point, against Sevilla at home they only recorded a point due to Sevilla strangely deciding to sit back in the second half in a game which they had complete control of and against Eibar at home they came from two goals down to equalise in the final minute of the game to draw 2-2.

So Levante's 'three' points this season have not only come from three draws but they've also come from a very 13pt amount of fortune and once that runs out because believe me it will then Levante will be in even bigger trouble.

Levante may head into the international break in the bottom three and with games against Los Blancos and Valencia coming up they may feel scared but two of their next four games after this come against La Real and Depor and those are the games they must start picking up points in.

Levante had the worst defence in the Primera last season and after just six games played this season they already have the joint second worst with Granada with twelve goals conceded and have scored just four goals which is already one of the weakest attacks in the Primera this season.

The Yellow Submarine however have started this season like they started last season and that's on fire playing good football and sitting in a position which sees them over-achieving by some distance as they sit top of La Liga with six games played.

Many said before their game against Atleti in Week 6 that they hadn't played anyone of real note yet but they now have and to beat Atleti in Week 6 is a magnificent result and they did it playing superb passing and one-touch football.

Going forward they look sensational and defensively against Atleti I felt that to a man they were absolutely terrific because despite Atleti being poor on the night I really didn't see the Yellow Submarine being easy to break down even if Atleti were good on the night.

Sevilla and Los Che have had poor starts to this season and in La Liga we're used to seeing a different fourth placed side from season to season and I'd love this Yellow Submarine to qualify for the Champions League this season via that fourth spot I really would.

But I still feel that they'll do what they did last season and that's them falling away in the second half of the season but if they prove me wrong and don't fall away in the second half of the season then they've a very very good chance of finishing fourth this season which would be some achievement for a small club.

The Yellow Submarine set a crazy record last season of scoring in every game and already in six La Liga games this season if you include the own goal Malaga gave them in Week 5 then they've scored in all six of their six La Liga games this season.

The Yellow Submarine have kept a clean sheet in their last two La Liga games winning both games by the same 1-0 scoreline and won their last two away games and are also unbeaten on their travels in La Liga this season picking up seven points from a possible nine so far.

These sides met back in early August in a pre-season friendly which the Yellow Submarine were victorious in a 2-0 away success and this is a Derby which the Yellow Submarine have dominated over recent seasons.

The Yellow Submarine have won the last four Valencian Derbies against Levante including their last two visits to Ciudad De Valencia including last season's 2-0 away success and have won on six of their last seven visits to Ciudad De Valencia.

The Yellow Submarine's last four successes against Levante in this Valencian Derby have seen them win without conceding on all four occasions but Levante have a history of surprising in a Valencian Derby so don't you go writing them off!
Week 7 comes to an end on Sunday night with the best Derby in the World making its first appearance of the 2015-16 La Liga season as Simeone's Atleti host Los Blancos at the Vicente Calderon in a Madrid Derby that is Benitez's biggest test yet as Coach of Los Blancos.

Both sides head into this Madrid Derby on a low because Week 6 wasn't really a good warm up for this Derby as both sides failed to win with Atleti losing 1-0 on the East Coast to the Yellow Submarine and Los Blancos only managing a 0-0 draw at Santiago Bernabeu against struggling Malaga.

The result of the weekend last weekend was Atleti's defeat on the East Coast because despite the Yellow Submarine's fantastic start to the season they'd not played anyone of real note yet until Atleti came to town and considering Atleti won this fixture last season and haven't lost to the Yellow Submarine in five years it looked like an Atleti win for sure.

Simeone even started with one of his new strikers up top with Griezmann too in Jackson Martinez too and Marcelino couldn't start with Bakambu or Adrian due to injury so could only play Leo Baptistao on loan from Atleti up top alongside Soldado.

So the Yellow Submarine weren't full strength but Simeone and his Atleti side were and even if both sides were full strength Atleti are still the better side and a level above in class and quality and with excellent ammunition bought in the summer behind them too.

It was a surprise that Atleti lost an away game like this because it's the type of game you need to win if you're aiming to win the title but it's more the way the first goal was conceded and the manner in which they lost the game in which I want to look at.

The Yellow Submarine have produced wonderful attacking football this season and some of their goals including the one against Atleti have been sublime, it's been the ball through in behind a defence with one touch football and then shoot, one touch then shoot and it's even worked against a Simeone side.

The goal Atleti conceded isn't one you concede often because a Simeone Atleti side aren't as open defensively as they were for that Baptistao goal last Saturday night, it's not easy to break them down at all so to be able to play a ball through in behind them is a rare thing!

Simeone will be fuming to concede a goal like that but as I mentioned the manner in which they lost in was concerning because for me if Atleti lose a game they'll lose it by going down fighting and they didn't do that at El Madrigal.

Atleti by their standards were weak, lacklustre and without their usual fight and going forward in the final third I never even felt like they were going to score, they created so little and never looked a threat and considering their performance at the Pizjuan against Sevilla in Week 2 it's two different Atleti's in two big games against sides outside last season's top four.

Atleti have lost two games already this season and we've only played six games and it really will be a poor start to the season in my opinion if they lose this Madrid Derby because to lose three games from your first seven for a side in the top four is poor.

I wasn't one of those who tipped Atleti for the title at the start of the season because despite their wonderful signings this summer they're still a level or two behind Barca and Los Blancos but already this season has shown that they could be fortunate.

Barca aren't playing well, Los Blancos have failed fired blanks and drawn away to Gijon and at home to Malaga so you can say everything's falling for Atleti, they won't win the title but in my opinion they'll challenge for it and we're set for a truly pulsating title race this season.

Atleti's new players will take time to gel so I do expect them to finish third again this season but their new players will have gelled come the second half of the season so a Semi-Final appearance in the Champions League if they avoid Barca and Los Blancos in the draw will happen.

In the Primera though they'll be in a fight to finish in the top three/top four with Sevilla and Valencia because both of those will improve and reach last season's level at the minimum and the Yellow Submarine will this season be involved if they don't fade in the second half of the season which they did last season.

Los Blancos have had a mixed start to this season and their season so far is confusing because they've produced some good results and then slipped up against the lesser sides in the Primera and failed to win which in turn has produced poor results by doing so.

Los Blancos sit third heading into this Madrid Derby and are two points off the pace in the title race and one point behind Champions Barca but they really really should be heading into this Madrid Derby as league leaders.

Drawing away at Gijon in Asturias in Week 1 was a poor result but since then Los Blancos have been excellent defensively and picked up the points by beating Betis 5-0 at home, beating Espanyol 6-0 away from home, grinding out a 1-0 home win over Granada and then beating Bilbao 2-1 away at San Mames in the Basque Country in Week 5 in a fixture which they lost last season.

Beating Bilbao was a fantastic result and not just because they lost that fixture last season and it's been a sticking point for them in recent seasons but because Benitez's tinkering and tactical knowhow in the big games came good for Los Blancos.

Benitez impressed many by playing with three holding midfielders at San Mames and it worked fantastically well allowing Los Blancos to be solid in a big game and be able to control the game more.

Without key players in attack to win at San Mames was a fantastic result and the result was even sweeter when they conceded their first goal of the season under Benitez but managed to respond almost instantly to secure the three points.

Los Blancos then headed into the game against a Malaga side at home at Santiago Bernabeu and were league leaders and everything was rosy, I mean it's only Malaga who've still yet to score this season and are in the bottom three.

Los Blancos dominated the game but were caught open a few times by a Malaga side who played well but their poor finishing and another brilliant performance from Keylor Navas in the Los Blancos goal saw Benitez's side record a clean sheet.

Los Blancos have five clean sheets from their six games in the Primera this season so far and haven't conceded in the Santiago Bernabeu this season in all competitions either so it's a fantastic achievement by Benitez and his players.

Los Blancos were very unlucky against Malaga because they had two goals disallowed, one of which crossed the line and a very poor referee and linesman couldn't even see it or give it so Los Blancos can feel hard done by.

At El Molinon in Week 1 against Gijon they were also not given a clear penalty so this 'Real Madrid' get help from the officials in La Liga and Tebas the president of the league is giving Los Blancos officials who help them needs to stop, it's nonsense'.

If anything Tebas is doing is his own side no favours with the truly dreadful officials that's in the Primera and when you get a really bad one you get a really really bad one and we've seen it too many times.

Los Blancos did still need to do more against Malaga though but they did enough to win the game they were just unlucky but Benitez does need to take some flak in my opinion because he only used one sub and that was to bring Kovacic one, why is Lucas Vazquez staying on the bench when he's already shown this season he can open up a defence and stretch them, why leave him on the bench in a game like this Benitez?

Benitez has done a great job so far I like the guy and I'm really pleased with how he has this Los Blancos playing and set up, they're much more balanced and much more solid and overall a better side under him in my opinion but he's not immune from any flak.

Benitez has only had one big test so far as Los Blancos coach and he's passed it at San Mames and his tinkering and tactical brilliance in the big games saw Los Blancos successful and claim three huge points which could prove the difference in the title race come May.

The El Clasico is in November and that'll be another massive test for him but this Madrid Derby at the Calderon is his biggest test yet as Los Blancos coach and it's levels higher than Bilbao away at San Mames believe me.

Ancelotti couldn't get the better of Atleti in his time in charge of Los Blancos apart from the Champions League final in Lisbon and needed a stoppage time goal to force extra-time to get the better of Atleti in the end in that one.

Benitez must find a way of getting the better of Atleti because Atleti love getting the better of Los Blancos and so does Simeone and his men know exactly how to get under the skin of this Los Blancos side and they know how to beat them too.

Atleti come into this one after Wednesday night's Spanish-Portuguese Clash which is always a great affair in the Champions League as they host Benfica at the Calderon whilst Benitez takes his Los Blancos side to Sweden on Wednesday night to take on Malmo.

This fixture at the Calderon ended 4-0 last season to Atleti but with Simeone setting his Atleti side up as he always does and that's to be hard to break down, organised and up for a fight and Benitez will set his Los Blancos side up the same too and this Madrid Derby from a tactical point of view alone is nothing short of fascinating, it really is.

Atleti have won three and drawn one of the last four Madrid Derbies in the Primera and Los Blancos haven't beaten Atleti in the Madrid Derby in the Primera since April 2013 where they won 2-1 at the Calderon.

Los Blancos have a good record in the Madrid Derbies at the Calderon though and despite losing last season and drawing the one before that they've won 8 of the 11 Madrid Derbies at the Calderon in the Primera.

Los Blancos had poor preparation for this one and the 0-0 draw against Malaga saw them fail to score at the Bernabeu for the first time in three years whilst Atleti suffered an away defeat to the Yellow Submarine on the East Coast in a game where they lacked quality in the final third and weren't their usual selves, this Madrid Derby is the tightest and the hardest to predict in years in my opinion but it's gonna be a cracker that's for sure!

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SportingMatrix • We Live For Sport: La Liga Week Seven Preview
La Liga Week Seven Preview
Week seven of the La Liga season is certainly a mouthwatering weekend, headlined by a Madrid derby as the capital city of football stands still for Atletico and Real to duke it out for bragging rights.
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