The usually scorching derby between Sevilla and Real Betis kicks the La Liga season back into action on Thursday after a three-month pause due to the coronavirus pandemic.
There will be fixtures for the following seven days, with Barca hosting Leganes on June 16 and Real playing at home to Valencia on June 18.
The Sanchez Pizjuan stadium will be eerily quiet without spectators, however, the television broadcast will offer a far livelier experience.
Domestic broadcasters in Spain will offer their viewers the choice of a ‘natural’ broadcast of games played behind closed doors with no fans but the international audience will receive only the enhanced broadcasts with added audio and graphics.
Barcelona lead the table by two points over Real Madrid with 11 rounds of matches left, after the season was paused in March due to the novel coronavirus pandemic, and the two rivals are braced for one of the tightest title races in recent memory.
The fight for Champions League football is even closer, with at least five teams vying for third and fourth place.
La Liga Fixtures
Sevilla vs Real Betis, 1:30 AM IST
Granada vs Getafe – 11 PM IST
Valencia vs Levante – 1.30 AM IST
Espanyol vs Deportivo Alaves – 5.30 PM IST
Celta Vigo vs Villarreal – 8.30 PM IST
Leganes vs Real Valladolid – 11 PM IST
Mallorca vs Barcelona – 1.30 AM IST
Athletic Club vs Atletico Madrid – 5.30 PM IST
Real Madrid vs Eibar – 11 PM IST
Real Sociedad vs Osasuna – 1.30 AM IST
Levante vs Sevilla – 11.00 PM IST
Live Streaming in India
There will be no official broadcast of LaLiga in India. Facebook is the media rights holder for La Liga in the Indian Sub-Continent and so all the matches can be watched live on La Liga’s official Facebook page.