Real Madrid, Barcelona and Atletico Madrid play on Saturday and every team hopes for three points. Let’s preview round 14 matches of the Primera Division.

Leganes V Barcelona

Barcelona will open a Saturday matchday of the Primera Division. Leganes is on the last position of Primera’s table, and at the same time, Barcelona is the leader.

What should you expect from this match? Barcelona has a significant mid-week game on Wednesday against Dortmund. Experts believe that Valverde will rotate players against Leganes. Overall, Leganes is the last and weakest team of Primera, so Barca’s coach may rest a few key players.

Lionel Messi returned from the international break after two suitable matches for Argentina. Messi helped Argentina to win against Brazil and draw against Uruguay. Lionel Messi is a top-scorer of La Liga, so the Argentinian player will try everything to increase the lead.

Last year, Barcelona lost away match against Leganes. Experts believe that Barca’s players have to revenge for last year’s defeat. Jordi Alba and Semedo won’t be able to play against Leganes as they have muscle injuries.

Granada V Atletico Madrid

Deigo Simeone’s team is ready to keep up with Real Madrid and Barcelona. Atletico is one point away from leadership. This Saturday, the team will face Granada, and away match could be very tough.

Keep in mind that Granada is in bad shape. If we take a look at the last three matches of Granada, it seems that the team lost all the games. Meanwhile, Granada has 20 points and only five points away from Barcelona or Real Madrid.

Simeone won’t be able to start with Diego Costa. Forward has muscle problems so that he will rest on Saturday. At the same time, Joao Felix is ready to start for Atletico. Portuguese player returned to training on Wednesday and could be fully fit for Granada.

Real Madrid V Real Sociedad

Los Blancos will face Sociedad this Saturday. Real Sociedad has 23 points, and Odegaard is in perfect form. Meanwhile, Real Madrid found its rhythm again and scored 15 goals in the last four matches of the Primera Division.

Last season, Sociedad won a match at the Santiago Bernabeu. Odegaard’s team scored two goals and has not conceded. Zidane wants to get revenge and score as many goals as possible. Real Madrid will face PSG on Tuesday so that Zidane may rotate the starting line-up this Saturday.