Granada will be looking to continue their impressive start to their 2020-21 La Liga campaign when they welcome struggling Levante to Estadio Nuevo Los Carmenes on Sunday. The hosts are currently third in the table with 13 points from their opening six matches, while Levante have only picked up four points from six games to sit in 19th position.
Granada host PAOK in Group E as the 2020-21 Europa League continues, with both sides looking to build on unbeaten starts on matchday one of the competition. The Spanish side recorded a superb 2-1 win at PSV Eindhoven, with PAOK perhaps disappointed after drawing 1-1 at home to Omonia. Match preview © Reuters Granada's seventh placed finish in La Liga last season was their highest since 1974, and after successfully navigating the qualifying rounds means they have been rewarded with their first ever European campaign just two seasons after being promoted from Spain's second tier.
One of the most intriguing fixtures in the latest round of La Liga action will take place in the Spanish capital on Sunday evening with Getafe welcoming Granada to Coliseum Alfonso Perez. Getafe are currently fourth in the table with 10 points to show from their five matches, while Granada have an identical record in sixth, and both sides are in with a chance of topping the table this weekend.
Sevilla will be looking for their third La Liga victory of the season when they continue their 2020-21 campaign away to Granada on Saturday afternoon. Julen Lopetegui 's side have collected seven points from their first three league matches to sit sixth in the table, while Granada occupy 10th, having collected seven points from their four games this term.
Newly-promoted Cadiz will be looking to continue their solid start to the 2020-21 La Liga season when they welcome Granada to Estadio Ramon de Carranza on Sunday night. Alvaro Cervera 's side will enter the match off the back of a 1-0 success at Athletic Bilbao, while Granada lost 6-1 at Atletico Madrid in their last league game on September 27.
Granada will be looking to make it back-to-back wins at the start of their new La Liga campaign when they welcome Alaves to Estadio Nuevo Los Carmenes on Sunday night. Diego Martinez 's side won 2-0 against Athletic Bilbao in their season opener last weekend, while Alaves suffered a 1-0 home defeat to Real Betis, conceding in the 94th minute of the contest.
The opening match of the 2020-21 La Liga campaign will take place at Estadio Nuevo Los Carmenes on Friday night as Granada welcome Athletic Bilbao. Granada finished seventh in Spain's top flight last term and are in Europa League qualifying action next week, while Bilbao ended last season in 11th spot in the table.
Mallorca welcome Granada to the Visit Mallorca Stadium on Thursday evening knowing that only a win will do if they are to keep any hope of La Liga survival alive. Meanwhile, Granada lie smack-bang in the middle of the table and realistically have little to play for as they head into their penultimate game of the season.
Real Madrid moved to within one win of a record-extending 34th LaLiga title after first-half goals from Ferland Mendy and Karim Benzema sealed a 2-1 win at Granada. The Spanish giants looked to be in cruise control when Mendy burst into the area and rifled beyond Rui Silva from an acute angle on the left after 10 minutes before Benzema struck just after a quarter of an hour.
Real Madrid will be looking to move a step closer to winning La Liga when they travel to top-six hopefuls Granada on Monday night. Los Blancos made it eight straight league wins by beating Alaves on Friday evening and are now just two victories away from clinching the title. As it stands, the gap to second-placed Barcelona is four points, although the reigning champions will have the chance to move to within one point when they face Real Valladolid on Saturday night.
Two teams in the battle for a top-six finish in Spain's top flight will lock horns on Friday night as Real Sociedad welcome Granada to Anoeta Stadium. Sociedad are currently seventh in La Liga, two points behind sixth-placed Getafe, while Granada occupy 10th, six points off the second Europa League position in the table.
Valencia will be looking to end a run of three straight defeats in Spain's top flight when they continue their 2019-20 campaign away to Granada on Saturday night. Los Che's disappointing run of form has seen them drop into 10th position in the table, level on points with ninth-placed Granada, with both sides now facing an uphill task to make the top six.
Alaves play host to Granada on Wednesday evening knowing that three more points may be enough to realistically put themselves out of the reach of the bottom three. Meanwhile, Granada make the trip to Mendizorrotza sitting just four points off seventh position, a scenario which should see them push for a maximum return against their relegation-threatened opponents.
Leganes will be looking to move off the bottom of the La Liga table when they welcome top-five challengers Granada to the Estadio Municipal de Butarque on Monday night. The hosts have only picked up 24 points from their 30 league matches this season to sit at the foot of the division, while Granada occupy ninth spot, just five points off fifth position.
Villarreal will be looking to make it three La Liga victories in a row when they travel to the Nuevo Estadio de Los Carmenes to face surprise package Granada on Friday night. The Yellow Submarine have won their last two in the league to rise into seventh spot in the table, while Granada occupy ninth, just two points behind their opponents here.
Real Betis will be looking to return to winning ways in La Liga on Monday night when they welcome a Granada side that have not lost in their last five league matches. Betis suffered a 2-0 defeat at Sevilla on their return to action on Thursday night, while Granada continued their impressive run of form with a 2-1 success against high-flying Getafe.
Getafe 's fight for a top-four spot in La Liga will continue on Friday evening when they head to the Estadio Nuevo Los Carmenes to take on Granada. The visitors are currently fifth in Spain's top flight - level on points with fourth-placed Real Sociedad - while Granada occupy ninth as the 2019-20 campaign prepares to resume.