In top-flight club football in Spain, there’s still business to take care of before the year runs out. It’s unusual for La Liga to still be active at this time of the year. However, it’s been an unusual year, that
It’s been an enjoyable international break, these last few days. It was fun while it lasted. But now, it’s time for a different kind of football. With no more international football till March 2021, it’s club football all the way.
It’s pretty hard to rank derby games and clashes between rivals in the world of football. Hard as you may, the feistiness of a clash between two bitter rivals is largely dependent on a number of factors including geographical location,
Round 4 of games is currently underway in the Spanish La Liga. Some of the big teams have yet to play up to four game in the league because of extended holidays. While they will play those postponed games later,
The weekend kicked off with PSG starting off their campaign with a loss to a newly-promoted side. And the surprises have just started. With a weekend full of action right ahead, you have a lot of games to bet on. With
The Premier League is not only the top European football league that will resume this weekend. Alongside the most-watched league in the world, the Spanish La Liga will also start off a new season this weekend. For the most part
In the next La Liga season, Huesca and Cadiz will be plying their trade in Spanish club football’s top-flight. Both teams finished top of the La Liga 2 table and will be playing against Real Madrid and Barcelona next season.
The last day of any football season, in any football league, is complicated. It’s enough that teams have to play all their games on the same day, at the same time. But there’s also the different battles for points, relegation
It’s the season of club football action returning in full force. After the COVID-19 break, leagues the world over are now returning to the pitch to conclude the football season. One of such leagues is the Spanish La Liga, which
After what has been a quiet April and an almost-silent May in the world of spot, football will be breaking the silence in June. Following in the footsteps of the German Bundesliga and the South Korea K-League, other leagues will