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La Liga 2018-19 - 1-4th February, 2019

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Friday 1st February, 2019
Huesca vs Real Valladolid, 19.30

Saturday 2nd February, 2019
Levante vs Getafe, 12.00
Real Sociedad vs Athletic Bilbao, 15.15
Barcelona vs Valencia, 17.30
Celta Vigo vs Sevilla, 19.45

Sunday 3rd February, 2019
Villarreal vs Espanyol, 11.00
Real Betis vs Atletico Madrid, 15.15
Eibar vs Girona, 17.30
Real Madrid vs Alaves, 19.45

Monday 4th February, 2019
Rayo Vallecano vs Leganes, 20.00

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1 minute ago, The Rebel CRS said:

Carles Aleña getting another start today vs Valencia @Cicero

 

Is Alba injured?

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3 minutes ago, The Rebel CRS said:

Nah, just being rested I think.

 

I would have personally started Arthur though.

Yeah he seems to be playing with a lot of confidence right now. Whether it's starting or coming off the bench. Happy for him that he's settled relatively quickly.

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Valencia 1-0 up. Against the run of play. Looked like there should have been a free-kick on Messi at the other end shortly before. 

Good finish though.

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Penalty to Valencia. Sergi Roberto hauls down Daniel Wass and Parejo scores the spot-kick. 0-2.

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Penalty to Barcelona!

Semedo fouled in the box after just getting to the ball before the defender. Clear as day.

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Messi scores! Low in to the bottom right corner. He actually scored just after Semedo was fouled with a curling shot from outside the box but ref had already blown for the foul. 1-2.

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22 minutes ago, The Rebel CRS said:

Messi, Messi, Messi.

 

I gather you are watching the game live buddy, I am only keeping track of it but I see Coutinho has just been replaced by Malcom, how's Coutinho played today, good, bad or so-so?

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1 hour ago, CaaC - John said:

I gather you are watching the game live buddy, I am only keeping track of it but I see Coutinho has just been replaced by Malcom, how's Coutinho played today, good, bad or so-so?

He didn't play too badly and you can see his confidence is slowly growing again, especially after his performance mid-week vs Sevilla in the cup.

 

2-2 was a fair result today, but I think today was a game for Valverde to start his strongest line-up and make less rotations than he did. You can see why though with El Clasico coming up in mid-week followed by a difficult away game against an improved Athletic club next weekend.

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Anyone hear that? Sounded like a broken record? Not entirely sure though. 

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Surprised at Atletico getting beat. Perfect chance to bring the title race back to life and instead they lose even more ground.

Messi has been brilliant this season. I feel like he's influencing games more than ever.

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