The La Liga matchday 2 began yesterday as only one fixture went down in the competition involving Cadiz and Real Betis. Both sides couldn't grab three points from their encounter as they settled for a 1-1 draw at the Estadio Benito Villamarín.
The La Liga matchday 2 will definitely continue today as several matches will be played to spice up the competition this week.
Athletic Bilbao will be hosting Barcelona at the San Mames Stadium tonight in what is said to be a very intense fixture. The Catalans are favourites to win the game and this is due to their amazing run of performances lately.
Real Madrid will be playing their second La Liga fixture on Sunday when they travel to face Levante at the Cuidad De Valencia. Carlo Ancelotti's men are clear favourites to win the match due to their amazing form lately.
La Liga Champions Atletico Madrid will host Elche at the Wanda Metropolitano stadium on Sunday. Diego Simeone's men will be aiming for another victory in the La Liga as they look to defeat Elche in their upcoming fixture.
The La Liga Matchday 2 Fixtures.
The La Liga Table.
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