La Liga match day 6 is back this weekend after the international with all the teams participating in the Champions League on display.
4 fixtures have been arranged for teeming viewers all over the world.
Lionel Messi will be expected to lead the line for Barcelona against Getafe although there are rumours of Koeman resting him.
Due to European commitments in midweek it will be good to realise that there will be changes to squads.
La Liga Saturday Preview
Granada vs Sevilla
The day begins with Europa League champions Sevilla travelling to take on Granada at the Estadio Nuevo Los Carmenes.
Sevilla’s last match before the break was a well fought one all draw with Barcelona.
The Seville based team have taken 7 points from theeir first three games losing none.
On the back of finishing in their highest league place since 1973/1974 season at 7th position.
Granada have been equally impressive this season, dispatching three different teams o qualify for Europa league.
El Nazaríes have also been able to accumulate 7 points from a possible 12 in L Liga just before the break.
Celta vs Atletico Madrid
Celta then host Atletico Madrid in a case of different expectations of performances.
The Sky Blues have been able to rack up an impressive 5 points in 5 games to begin the season, losing twice and winning once.
Atletico Madrid on the other hand began the season late and have 5 points in 3 games.
Simeone’s team have drawn the their last two matches against Villareal and Huesca.
This was on the back of opening day thumping of Granada 6-1, which Suarez debuted with a brace.
Real Madrid vs Cadiz
Reigning champions Real Madrid host new comers to the league Cadiz in the third game of the day at Santiago Bernabeu.
Madrid are currently on top of the league with 10 points after their first four league matches.
Cadiz on the other hand is 9th on the table while accumulating a total of 7 points in 5 outings this season.
The last times both teams faced was in 2005/2006 season where Madrid won both league matches that season.
Getafe vs Barcelona
Ronald Koeman’s Barcelona are due to end the day with a tricky match away to Getafe.
Getafe will be playing their first match after effecting changes to their official club name and logos.
Bordalas’s side have taken 7 points from their first 4 matches of the season to sit in 7th place.
Barcelona meanwhile are 5th on the table after drawing just one of their 3 mtches played so far.
The Blaugrana side will be feeling confident after emerging victorious in the last fur La Liga games against Getafe