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The 2019/20 Spanish La Liga season gets a re-start on June 11th.

French Ligue 1 might end up being the only league in the top 5 that

failed to complete their scheduled fixtures for the 2019/20 season.

The German Bundesliga is heading into Round 30 (5 more matches left in the season.
The Spanish La Liga returns June 11, 2020
The English Premier League returns on June 17, 2020
The Italian Serie A returns on June 20, 2020


In the German Bundesliga, Bayern Munich practically has their two hands on the league title after beating their closest competition/biggest rival in the league; Borussia Dortmund. It will be the 8th in a row and possibly set them up for a 9th.

In the Spanish La Liga …

Barcelona has a slender lead on Real Madrid.

33 points on the table of each club to use in achieving the season objectives. And with 36 points separating the bottom table Espanyol from second-place Real Madrid, there are enough points for all the teams in the league to change their destiny.
A 2-point gap between the top two giants (Barcelona and Real Madrid).
The 9 points between the top two teams and the remainder of the league is the widest gap in points on the league table. 2nd placed Real Madrid leads 3rd place Sevilla by 9 points. The second is the 4 points between 7th placed Valencia and 8th placed Villarreal.

Neck-to-neck. Real Sociedad and Getafe at 46 points. Villarreal and Granada at 38 points. Real Betis and Levante at 33 points.


Of the sides promoted into the league this season, Mallorca is the only one currently in the relegation zone. Granada is in the top half of the league standings, while Osasuna leads the bottom half of the league.

Lionel Messi’s 19 goals and 12 assists makes him both the top scorer and top assist provider in the league.


The League Standings

Fixtures – Round 28

The 28th round and restart of the season is set up with fixtures with predictable outcomes. However, all the teams need to get a win in order to secure their current position in the league standings.

Atletico Madrid is out of a Champions League qualifying position in 6th.
Barcelona, Real Madrid, Sevilla, and Real Madrid are the occupants of the Champions League qualifying position in the league. Getafe Atlético Madrid, and Valencia are knocking on the door.

Espanyol, Leganes, and Mallorca are currently occupying the relegation space.

June 11, 2020
Sevilla (3) v Real Betis (12)

June 12, 2020
Granada (9) v Getafe (5)
Valencia (7) v Levante (13)

June 13, 2020
Espanyol (20) v Alavés (14)
Celta Vigo (17) v Villarreal (8)
Leganés (19) v Real Valladolid (15)
Mallorca (18) v Barcelona (1)

June 14, 2020
Athletic Club (10) v Atlético Madrid (6)
Real Madrid (2) v Eibar (16)
Real Sociedad (4) v Osasuna (11)

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