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Spanish Primera División

Barcelona need Messi, Neymar and Suarez for max points vs. Valencia

The ESPN FC panel answer your tweets on the chances of Barcelona winning the Champions League, and whether Mesut Ozil is unappreciated by fans at Arsenal.

Barcelona face Valencia at the Camp Nou in round 32 of La Liga on Saturday. Although it is clear defeating Nuno's team will be a challenge given the visitors' current 10-game unbeaten run, the Catalans simply can't afford to let any more points slip away if they are to bring the league trophy to the team museum at the end of the season.

Achieving the victory against one of the only three top-half teams left in the Blaugranas' schedule is an absolute must. However, Valencia have become a much more...

 By Rob Train

Real Madrid need weekend focus for test vs. a talented and pesky Malaga

Karim Benzema limped out of training with a knee problem and now Carlo Ancelotti says he will miss Real Madrid's La Liga game at home to Málaga.

For some time in La Liga, Malaga have fulfilled the honorary role of many people's choice of second team. When The Anchovies met Real Madrid in La Rosaleda last season, the issue of who exactly would be the most supported side on the day was a thorny one: the Andalusian city is something of a hotbed of second-side syndrome with almost as many people professing themselves fans of the Bernabeu club as fried boquerones. The sides share a legend after all: Juanito, Real's Maravilla whose name is chorused...

Jan Oblak has turned it around for Atletico and is now the club's No.1

ESPN FC's Martin Ainstein breaks down Real Madrid's missed opportunities and highlights Atletico Madrid's defensive effort in a goalless draw at the Vicente Calderon Stadium.

Following Tuesday's Champions League stalemate with neighbours Real Madrid, there was only one name on everyone's lips in the Spanish capital.

Jan Oblak's eye-catching man of the match display was lauded by the press, with Marca's front cover dubbing Atleti's goalkeeper "The Great Wall Of Oblak," while AS ran with "Oblak said no."

The Slovenia international, who only recently earned a recall to the starting XI following a hamstring injury picked up by No.1 Miguel Angel Moya, had been expected to...

Varane worthy of starting role in return leg versus Atletico

Relive all the action from the first four games of the UEFA Champions League quarterfinals.

When the teamsheets were handed out at the Vicente Calderon an hour before Tuesday's Champions League quarterfinal clash and Raphael Varane's name was included in the starting lineup, the only answers to the questions being asked were that Pepe could not have been 100 percent match fit.

The Frenchman's place alongside Sergio Ramos at the heart of the Madrid defence was not a shock, but it did differ from the "star XI" that many had predicted. Real manager Carlo Ancelotti had his full squad injury-free...

 By Rob Train

Real Madrid board at fault for sudden Fabio Coentrao predicament

Real Madrid head coach Carlo Ancelotti contends that his side were outplayed in the second half and need to up the intensity in the second leg.

UEFA's decision to appoint Milorad Mazic to referee Tuesday's Champions League clash between Atletico and Real at the Vicente Calderon has been met with heated subsequent debate. Mario Suarez invited some hot water courtesy of his post-match comments, in which the Atletico midfielder described the Serbian official as not up to the task: "The referee was very bad. It's a joke. He was not fit to keep pace with the match. It's not right to have a Serbian referee a game like this, a Champions League...

Neymar, Barcelona must move on from substitution controversy

Neymar should never have been substituted Saturday, says ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno.

Neymar has grown enormously in his second season at Barcelona. After a first year full of off-the-field drama due to presumed irregularities in the negotiations that brought him to the Camp Nou, the Brazilian is becoming the player everyone was expecting.

Neymar has already managed to score a remarkable 27 goals in 38 appearances for the Catalans this season, a vast improvement on the 15 in 41 in his first 12 months after leaving his beloved Santos.

While Cules are delighted his stats have obviously...