Sunday, November 27, 2022



LaLiga – Football Livescores



The Spanish soccer tournament is back and PlayOn99 brings you all the football news, predictions and line-ups of the matches of this day. Barcelona and Real Madrid will see action at the restart of LaLiga in 2022.

Levante – RCD Mallorca (6:30 PM)

Levante is the only LaLiga team to not win even a match in the first round and will host Mallorca in a true final if they intend to continue in the top flight.

The locals no longer have extra balls and the big question remains José Luis Morales, who was dropped by COVID on January 3 against Villarreal at La Cerámica.

The humiliation against Villarreal has left injuries, but the coach does not have too many options. Levante have tried all this season, conceded more than 40 goals in the first round and thinking about saving themselves seems like a utopia.

Mallorca aims to sink Levante a little further, its direct rival for permanence, and widen its distance from relegation. To do this, they recover Take Kubo and Hoppe, but they have casualties from holders such as Idrissu Baba, in AFCON, Dani Rodríguez, suspended, and Ángel Rodríguez.


Levante: Aitor; Pubill, Pier, Duarte, Franquesa; De Frutos, Melero, Pepelu, Campaign; Soldier, Roger.

Mallorca: Queen; Maffeo, Valjent, Russo, Costa; Battaglia, Galarreta; Ndiaye, Sánchez, Llabrés; Little boy.


Levante (2.20) and Mallorca (3.40) are two teams that fight below the rest, but the locals have not yet been able to get even a victory in LaLiga. Although it is true that the streaks are to be broken.

Real Sociedad – Celta de Vigo (8:45 PM)

Celta will visit Real in search of continuing on the path of victories after the surprises against Betis and Espanyol. Although they come from falling for the Copa del Rey against a team from the third division.

Eduardo Coudet will not be able to count on Renato Tapia and Augusto Solari.

On the other side is Real Sociedad, a team that started LaLiga well, but collapsed with the last 6 games -4 defeats and 2 draws- that took it directly out of the European zone.

The locals will not have Nacho Monreal, Ander Barrenetxea and Carlos Fernández available.


Real Sociedad: Remiro; Zaldúa, Elustondo, Le Normand, Rico; Silva, Merino, Zubimendi, Januzaj; Isak, Oyarzabal.

Celta de Vigo: Dituro; Mallo, Aidoo, Araujo, Galán; Beltran; Méndez, Suárez, Cervi; Aspas, Mina.


Real Sociedad starts as a clear favorite in betting with a 1.75 odds, but Celta is capable of beating them when they show good play and they have a very tempting 5.00 odds not to take advantage of it.

Granada – Barcelona (11 PM)

Granada is looking for a victory that takes it away from the relegation places and allows it to look at Europe as they did a few days ago against Atlético de Madrid, but it will not be able to count on its star Carlos Bacca.

Barcelona intends to continue in its fight to enter the top four that give a place for the Champions League and from there try to re-engage for the fight for the title.

Xavi Hernández’s team has not yet managed to chain three consecutive victories in LaLiga and to the 8 previous losses are added those of Ronald Araújo and Frenkie de Jong.


Granada: Maximiano; Quini, Sánchez, Torrente Navarro, Neva; Puertas, Milla, Gonalons, Machís; Suarez, Molina.

Barcelona: Ter Stegen; Mingueza, Piqué, García, Alba; Gavi, Busquets, Nico; Dembele, Luuk de Jong, Ez Abde.


Barcelona came back from the game and the results and started with a 1.67 share for their third consecutive victory. Granada is looking forward to a favorable result which will be very difficult to achieve.

Real Madrid – Valencia (1:30 AM)

Real Madrid will defend the first place and what is not winning will leave the team within a shot of a Sevilla that, with two games less after the Whites this morning, can exceed or equalize in the standings.

Carlo Ancelotti recovers his best attacking partner: Vinicius Jr. and Karim Benzema -12 and 20 goals- come together again and the whites hold on to their 32 goals.

Valencia can aspire to European places if they win at the Santiago Bernabéu, but they will not be able to count on Hugo Duro due to suspension and Carlos Soler due to injury.


Real Madrid: Courtois; Vázquez, Militao, Alaba, Mendy; Modric, Casemiro, Kroos; Asensio, Benzema, Vinicius.

Valencia: Cillessen; Correia, Diakhaby, Alderete, Gayá; Wass, Racic, Guillamon, Helder; Gomez, Guedes.


Real Madrid has chained 9 games without losing, but since the defeat with Getafe they have not seen them complete. Although they are always favorites: they start with a 1.33 quota and more than 75% chances of winning.



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