Real Madrid head coach Zinedine Zidane has some uplifting news for his side’s home diversion against Celta Vigo on Saturday evening after Welsh forward Gareth Bale completed his recovery from a calf injury.

The Welshman can be required to assume at any rate some part as Real Madrid hope to expand on their 3-1 win away to Levante and quiet at any rate a percentage of the nerves of the home fans angry at another disappointing season, reports Xinhua.

Previous youth team players, Borja Mayoral, Lucas Vazquez and Nacho Fernandez were key in midweek, but may find life tougher against a Celta side which is pressing for a top-six finish and has a rapid and potent attack consisting of Iago Aspes, Nolito and Fabio Orellana.

Seven straight annihilations, including a 0-4 whipping to Las Palmas in midweek have seen Getafe fall in the other course and mentor Fran Escriba knows his side needs to begin scoring objectives after not hitting the objective in their last five matches on the off chance that he is to keep his employment.

Getafe welcome Sevilla to their Alfonso Perez Coliseum realizing that in spite of the fact that Sevilla are at present fifth in the table they have not won far from home in the alliance all battle. Unai Emery’s men might well consider this as their most obvious opportunity with regards to completion that shocking keep running of results.

Saturday closes with Deportivo la Coruna searching for their first win of 2016 at home to a very much sorted out Malaga.

There is an Andalusian derby to commence Sunday’s activity as Granada search for their third win under new mentor Jose Gonzalez at home to Betis, who themselves made a major stride towards security with a 3-0 win away to Espanyol on Thursday.

Real Sociedad should return to winning ways at home against bottom of the table Levante, whose coach Rubi, could be in trouble should they lose, before second-placed Atletico Madrid could once again complicate matters for Gary Neville at Valencia in what could be a tense affair. The round of matches ends on Monday when Espanyol entertain Rayo Vallecano.

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